About Kajli Teej Date, Timing and place
Kajli or Kajari Teej is widely known 15 days after Hariyali Teej or Chhoti Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej Festival is observed three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami. This year it falls on the month of August 29.
Teej may be a popular festival celebrated across North Indian states, especially Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Celebrated by women during the Hindu months of Sawan and Bhadrapada, it holds tons of cultural significance. There are three sorts of teej in Rajasthan — Hariyali Teej, Kajli Teej, and Hartalika Teej.
Also referred to as Kajari Teej, it's celebrated 15 days after Hariyali Teej or Chhoti Teej. Hence, Kajli Teej is additionally sometimes mentioned as Badi Teej. Usually, it's observed three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami. From the North Indian calendar, Kajli Teej comes during the Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month and as per the South Indian calendar, it comes during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month. However, in both calendars, Kajari Teej falls on an equivalent day. This year it'll be celebrated on August 29. The Tritiya tithi will begin at 08:39 pm on August 28 and continue till 09:38 pm on August 29.
|Time||Month of Bhadra (July-August)|
|How to Reach||The town of Bundi can be accessed through rail or road|
|Unique Attributes||The festival is unique to the city of Bundi and is celebrated to replenish the ties of chastity in marriage|
How Kajli Teej is celebrated?
Women observe fast on these days and pray to Lord Shiva. it’s customary to sing folk songs referred to as kajris, which consists and sung in Rajasthan, parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. The festival of Teej is of great significance to married couples because it is understood to strengthen ties between a husband and his wife. Women break their fast by eating sattu. Praying to neem is another important part of the festival. People wear colorful clothes during this days and a spread of food is served after the fast ends.
Kajli Teej celebrations in Rajasthan
While celebrations are held all across Rajasthan, the capital city of Jaipur observes the festival for one month with tons of pomp and enthusiasm. Jaipur’s Kalji Teej is different from other parts of Rajasthan because in other places celebrations endways the third day of the month of Shravana. Whereas in Bundi, Kajli Teej celebrations endways the third day of Bhadra Month.
A number of traditions and rituals are followed. the large procession of goddess Teej is that the main a part of the festival and it travels across various parts of Bundi City including the most market places. The procession also includes camels, elephants, performing bands and artists.
How to Reach Kajli Teej in Bundi
The City of Bundi can be accessed through rail or road.