Kajri Teej where suhagin women do it to achieve unbroken good fortune. On the other hand, virgin girls observe this fast to get the desired groom. This fast, which is performed without drinking water, is opened at night after giving the moon a longitude.
Kajri Teej is celebrated with full reverence and devotion in many states from Uttar Pradesh to Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar. Kajri Teej is also known as Burhi Teej and Saturi Teej.
Neemdi Mata is worshipped on this day. Who is considered to be the form of Mother Parvati. It is believed that by performing this fast, the husband’s life is long. Different types of teej are celebrated at different places, out of which these 4 are special.