On the day of Kajari Teej, married women should not do this work even after forgetting, they will have to face difficulties

On the day of Kajari Teej, married women should not do this work even after forgetting, they will have to face difficulties

The festival of Kajari Teej is celebrated on the third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month. This festival is celebrated with great pomp in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Bihar. Kajari Teej takes place three days after Rakshabandhan and five days before Janmashtami. Along with Lord Shiva, there is a law to worship Goddess Parvati on this day. To this day, married women keep a fast for the long life and good health of their husbands. At the same time, unmarried girls keep this fast to get the desired groom. On the day of Kajari Teej, married women do sixteen makeup for unbroken good fortune. On this day, women worship Goddess Parvati and Shiva by observing a Nirjala fast. Kajari Teej has a lot of significance. It is forbidden to do certain things on this day. Know about these works.

Auspicious time of Kajari Teej

Tritiya Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month starts from 12:53 pm on the night of 13th August.

Tritiya Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month ends - on the night of 14th August till 10.35 minutes

Sukarma Yoga - From early morning till late night till 01.38 minutes

Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga - 14th August at 09:56 pm to 15th August at 05:50 am

Do not fast in Kajari Teej
On the day of Kajari Teej, avoid arguing with anyone or abusing anyone.
One should avoid getting angry on the day of Kajari Teej, otherwise, the full fruit of the fast will not be available. Therefore, the fasting person should keep himself completely calm.
Wear bangles in your hands on the day of Kajari Teej. Because it is one of the sixteen makeup of a married woman.
If you have taken the resolution of Nirjala Vrat, then stay without water for the whole day. If you can't stay, then apologize to the mother.
Suhagin women should not wear white or black clothes on the day of Kajari Teej.
Do not disrespect elders at all. Touch his feet in the morning.

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