Kajari teej festivals have their own special significance in Hinduism. This festival is celebrated on the third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha. It comes 15 days after Hariyali Teej. Mainly this festival is celebrated with great pomp in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. In many places this festival is also known as Budhi Teej and Satodi Teej. This year Kajari Teej is celebrating on Sunday, August 14. Worship of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati has special significance on this day. There are a lot of people who don’t know what to do and what not to do on Kajari Teej, so Nakshatraika has India’s top astrologers who will tell you what is best for you. Nakshatraika also provides service of online darshan and online worship. Some people want to have darshan, but they are not able to visit the temples so Nakshatrika will provide special online darshan and if you want to visit temples like Kedarnath or any Shiva temple on Kajari Teej, Nakshatrika will also provide advance booking for Their customers.
Importance of Kajari Teej for women
This festival is very special for married women. It is believed that fasting this fast brings happiness and prosperity in married life. Girls who are unmarried, or they are not getting married and if there is any kind of obstacle in their marriage, then their girls should strictly keep Teej Mata fast. It is believed that by observing the fast of Kajali Teej Mata, all the obstacles that come in marriage, all come to an end. There are a lot of girls and women who don’t know what to do. So Nakshatraika has India’s top astrologers who will tell you what is best for you and your future.
Kajari Teej 2022: Shubh Muhurat
This year Kajari Teej festival will be celebrated on August 14. Tritiya Tithi will start from 12:55 pm on 13th August and will end on 14th August at 10.37 pm.
Kajari Teej 2022 Puja Vidhi
On Kajari Teej, married women keep a fast for the long life of their husbands and many unmarried girls also keep a fast praying for a good husband. Goddess Neemdi is worshiped on this day. On this day, devotees wake up early in the morning and wear clean clothes after taking a bath. And on auspicious time, vermilion tilak is applied on the Kalash, tying a sacred thread around it and worships Nimadi Mata