Women Keep Nirjala Fast For Unbroken Good Fortune

On Thursday, in Sonbhadra, women observed a waterless fast of Haritalika Teej to wish for unbroken good fortune. For the happiness and prosperity of the family, women worshiped Lord Shiva, Parvati and Ganapati according to the law. At many places, fasting women did mass night awakenings and on Friday morning they observed the fasting of Nirjal.
Along with the district headquarter Robertsganj, married women in rural areas started Haritalika Teej fast by taking a silent bath and worshiping in the early hours of Thursday. Women worship Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati by law in pagodas and in their homes. Heard the story of Haritalika Teej fast. Women worshiped and made many types of dishes and offered them to Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. Worshiped and prayed for goodwill and happiness in the family.
Similarly, there was a crowd of women for worship in all Shivas including Shaktinagar, Bina along with Shiva temple located at Morwa Bus Stand of Singrauli (MP). In the evening, the married women put on new clothes and performed sixteen horns and worshiped Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati and Lord Ganesha according to the law in the pagodas. Women offered sweets to Goddess Parvati. After the worship, the story of Haritalika Teej was narrated to the women gathered in the group. On this day, some women will collectively observe a waterless fast on Friday on Ratri Jagran.
According to mythological belief, Haritalika Teej fast was first observed by Mata Parvati, daughter of King Himwan, to get Lord Shiva as her husband. Pleased with Parvati’s penance and worship, Lord Shiva accepted her as his wife.

On Thursday, in Sonbhadra, women observed a waterless fast of Haritalika Teej to wish for unbroken good fortune. For the happiness and prosperity of the family, women worshiped Lord Shiva, Parvati and Ganapati according to the law. At many places, fasting women did mass night awakenings and on Friday morning they observed the fasting of Nirjal.

Along with the district headquarter Robertsganj, married women in rural areas started Haritalika Teej fast by taking a silent bath and worshiping in the early hours of Thursday. Women worship Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati by law in pagodas and in their homes. Heard the story of Haritalika Teej fast. Women worshiped and made many types of dishes and offered them to Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. Worshiped and prayed for goodwill and happiness in the family.

Similarly, there was a crowd of women for worship in all Shivas including Shaktinagar, Bina along with Shiva temple located at Morwa Bus Stand of Singrauli (MP). In the evening, the married women put on new clothes and performed sixteen singing and worshiped Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati and Lord Ganesha in the pagodas. Women offered sweets to Goddess Parvati. After the worship, the story of Haritalika Teej was narrated to the women gathered in the group. On this day, some women will collectively observe a waterless fast on Friday on Ratri Jagran.

According to mythological belief, Haritalika Teej fast was first observed by Mata Parvati, daughter of King Himwan, to get Lord Shiva as her husband. Pleased with Parvati’s penance and worship, Lord Shiva accepted her as his wife.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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