The auspicious event of Hartalika Teej is falling on September 9. The pious day is marked on Shukla Paksha Tritiya of the Bhadrapada month. This present day normally falls on the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi and is noticed one month after the Hariyali Teej. On at the present time, married girls worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati for a contented and affluent marital life.
The Hartalika Teej tithi will start at 2:33 am on September 9 and can go on until 12:18 AM of September 10. There are two Shubh Muhurats for the day, the primary one is between 06:03 am and 08:33 am on September 9 whereas the second begins at 06:33 PM and ends at 08:51 PM on the identical date.
The identify of Hartalika Teej is derived from a mix of two phrases specifically, Harat and Aalika which principally means ‘abduction’ and ‘feminine pal’ respectively.
In keeping with the Hindu mythology textual content, Devi Parvati’s father had determined to marry her off to Lord Vishnu. Nonetheless, Goddess Parvati didn’t wish to marry him and needed Lord Shiva as her husband. On the day of the wedding, Goddess’ pal had taken her to a dense forest so as to save her from the marriage with Lord Vishnu. After she was taken to the jungle she spent years in praying to Lord Shiva.
Finally, ‘Bholenath’ appeared in entrance of her to reply to her devoted prayers. Moreover, he additionally accepted the Goddess’ plea of marrying him and ultimately tied the knot along with her. Many devotees are of the view that Lord Shiva had accepted the Goddess on the day of Hartalika Teej.
Married girls hold a nirjala quick on the pious day. They get up early within the morning through the Bramha Muhurat and prepare for the day in high quality garments. Through the Shubh Muhurat, they carry out the puja with all of the rituals and recite the story associated to Hartalika Teej. The puja ends with Aarti and the distribution of prasad.