Hartalika Teej is one of the most significant and revered festivals celebrated by Hindu women across India and Nepal. This festival, which falls on the third day of the bright half of the North Indian Lunar month of Bhadrapada, is dedicated to the union of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Let’s delve deeper into the significance, rituals, and traditions associated with Hartalika Teej.

Hartalika Teej 2022: Share These Warm Greetings with Loved Ones

  • Celebrate Hartalika Teej 2023 with joy and blessings. May you be showered with abundance in all aspects of life.
  • May your life be as beautiful and enduring as the love between Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
  • “The universe resonates with His essence, from the fire to the earth, He is the soul within all.” – Excerpt from The Upanishads
  • “I embody both the masculine and feminine, the light and the shadow, existing in a timeless balance.” – Robin Rumi, Naked Morsels
  • This Teej, may you always find reasons to smile, and may you celebrate this festival year after year.
  • “Everything changes, but the flow remains constant.” – Basava, The Lord of the Meeting Rivers
  • Here’s to a splendid Hartalika Teej celebration with your family. Enjoy the festivities!
  • Celebrate Hartalika Teej with your loved ones and wish for their prosperity.
  • “Where Shakti is present, Shiva steps aside.” – Sapan Saxena, The Tenth Riddle
  • “Mahadeva never took sides; he established a balanced power in Shani Deva.” – Shunya
  • On this special day, may all your worries be replaced with love and light. Wishing you a blessed Hartalika Teej!
  • May this Teej festival bring joy and magic into your life.
  • Hartalika Teej reminds us to follow our heart and find our true match. Celebrate with love and joy!
  • The monsoon brings joy, and the swings beckon. Stay joyful and keep praying. Best wishes for Hartalika Teej.
  • May all your dreams come true this Teej.
  • Celebrate the moments that bring happiness on this Teej. Best wishes for Hariyali Teej!
  • May Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati bless you with love and prosperity. Enjoy the Hariyali Teej celebrations!
  • Embrace the joy and blessings of Hariyali Teej!
  • May your Teej be filled with blessings and joy. Wishing you a lifetime of happiness in your marriage. Happy Hariyali Teej.
  • May the divine blessings of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva be with you always. Have a joyous Hariyali Teej!
  • Celebrate Hartalika Teej with love, joy, and blessings. May your bond with your spouse strengthen with each passing day.
  • Enjoy a colorful and vibrant Hartalika Teej filled with memories and joy.
  • Celebrate Hartalika Teej with fasting, feasting, and making memories with your dear ones.
  • May Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati bless your marriage with love and longevity. Happy Hariyali Teej!
  • Celebrate Hariyali Teej with joy, health, and prosperity. Best wishes to everyone!
  • May this Teej festival bring joy, dreams, and smiles to your life. Happy Hariyali Teej!
  • Celebrate the magic of Teej with happiness and blessings. Enjoy the festival with your family.
  • May the divine blessings bring peace, prosperity, and happiness to your life. Celebrate Teej with joy!
  • May all your wishes come true on Hariyali Teej. Cherish the love and blessings of your family.
  • Celebrate the essence of Teej with peace, prosperity, and happiness. Best wishes to all on this special occasion.

The Legend Behind Hartalika Teej

The word ‘Hartalika’ is derived from ‘Harat’ meaning abduction and ‘Aalika’ meaning a female friend. The legend goes that Goddess Parvati, in her previous birth, was born as the daughter of Himalaya and was named ‘Shailaputri’. She performed severe penance to win Lord Shiva’s heart. Fearing that she would be married off to someone else, her friend took her to a thick forest where she continued her penance. Impressed by her devotion, Lord Shiva married her. Thus, the day celebrates the divine union of Shiva and Parvati.

Rituals and Traditions

  1. Fasting: Many women observe a strict fast on this day, refraining from even water. The fast symbolizes the dedication and love of Goddess Parvati for Lord Shiva.
  2. Dressing Up: Women adorn themselves in beautiful, vibrant sarees, especially in shades of red or green. They also wear intricate jewelry and apply henna on their hands.
  3. Prayers and Offerings: Women gather to worship clay idols of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They offer flowers, fruits, and sweets while singing devotional songs.
  4. Swinging: One of the unique traditions of Teej is swinging on decorated swings set up under trees. It symbolizes the playful nature of the festival.

Significance of Hartalika Teej

Hartalika Teej is not just a festival; it’s a celebration of love, devotion, and perseverance. It signifies the unwavering love of Goddess Parvati for Lord Shiva and her determination to be with him. For married women, it’s a day to pray for the well-being and longevity of their husbands, while for unmarried women, it’s an occasion to seek blessings for a good life partner.


Hartalika Teej, with its rich traditions and rituals, is a testament to the power of love and devotion. It’s a day when women come together, celebrating the strength and resilience of Goddess Parvati, and seeking her blessings for their own lives. As the monsoon showers bless the earth, Hartalika Teej brings with it a wave of joy, love, and devotion.

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