When and how to worship Hartalika Teej, know the complete method and auspicious time - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, August 30, 2022

When and how to worship Hartalika Teej, know the complete method and auspicious time

To know the auspicious time, religious significance and complete method of worshiping Hartalika Teej fasting to wish long life, happiness and good fortune of the life partner, definitely read this article.

In Hinduism, Haritalika Teej fast associated with worship of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati on the third day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month has a lot of importance. According to mythological belief, by observing this difficult fast according to the law, Goddess Parvati got Mahadev again. At present, this fast is observed by unmarried women to get a suitable groom of their choice, while married women pray for their long life, happiness and good fortune. Let us know it in detail today, at what time and by following which method and rule, the infinite glory of Hartalika fast which has been told in the mythological texts.

At what time to worship Hartalika Teej

In the Sanatan tradition, the help of Panchang is taken to know the auspicious time of any fast or worship etc. According to the Panchang, Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month will remain till 03:33 PM on 30th August 2022. Since Udaya Tithi has been recognized in Hinduism, therefore fasting of Hartalika Teej in Pradosh Muhurta between 06.33 pm and 08.51 pm would be very auspicious today.

How to worship Hartalika Teej

  1. After taking bath and meditation in the morning, after meditating on Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati, take a resolution to observe this fast with law and order. After this worship Shiva and Parvati.
  2. After this, keep chanting the mantras of Lord Shiva throughout the day and after bathing once again in the Pradosh period in the evening, after bathing the idols of Lord Shiva and Parvati made of mud or sand, etc., install them on a post.
  3. After this, first of all worship it by placing a coconut on top of an urn. After this, worship the Kalash and Gaura-Parvati by offering flowers, Shamipatra, Belpatra, Roli, Sandalwood, Molly etc. In worship, offer phulera made of five flowers to Shankar and Parvati and things related to honey to Goddess Parvati.
  4. After this, offer fruits and sweets etc. to Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. After this read the story of Hartalika Vrat and finally do aarti of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati.
  5. After bathing and meditating on the next day, after worshiping Gaura-Parvati, break the fast after immersing their idol in some holy water.

The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs , there is no scientific evidence for this . It has been presented here keeping in mind the general public interest .)

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