Sadi Roje Rato By Laxmi Dhakal & Suman Pariyar

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हेर्नुहोस भिडियो


As per Hindu mythology, after the passing of his first spouse Goddess Sati, Lord Shiva pulled back himself from the excellencies of adoration. It took Goddess Parvati (a resurrection of Sati herself) 108 births, burdensome compensation and serious fasting to at last win his heart and wed him. It is said that Goddess Parvati was joined with Lord Shiva on the favorable day of Teej.

All wedded and single ladies, along these lines, implore Goddess Parvati for a joyful wedded life on this day. While wedded ladies appeal to God for the prosperity, life span and thriving of their companion furthermore for self sanitization, the unmarried ladies go to Goddess Parvati to help them locate a superb life accomplice.

The celebration likewise proclaims the entry of storms, which gives help from the searing warmth to individuals and revive the dry dried fields. Since, downpours implies greenery and magnificence all around in our nation to a great extent subject to downpours for watering system, the celebration is additionally called 'Hariyali Teej'. Individuals spruce up in green-shaded garments to commend the celebration in its actual soul.

While it is an imperative celebration in Rajasthan, Teej is likewise celebrated with a great deal of enthusiasm and energy in the north Indian conditions of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Bihar. Ladies and young ladies spruce up in best of their garments in green, red and yellow shading, apply delightful examples of "mehendi" staring them in the face and feet, swings or "jhoolas" are dangled from huge trees or on patios and are designed with blooms where ladies sing and move in gay surrender. While a few ladies watch "nirjala" (without water) fasts to appeal to God for their proceeded with conjugal rapture, luxurious banquets are set up in many houses to be offered to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
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