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"Teej" refers to the "third" day that falls every month after the new moon (Amavasya), and the third day after the full moon night of every month.[3] The monsoon festivals of Teej include Haryali Teej, Kajari Teej and Hartalika Teej.[4]

Teej refers to the monsoon festivals, observed particularly in western and northern states of India and Nepal. The festivals celebrate the bounty of nature, arrival of clouds and rain, greenery and birds with social activity, rituals and customs.[5] The festivals for women, include dancing, singing, getting together with friends and telling stories, dressing up with henna-coloured hands and feet, wearing red, green or orange clothes, sharing festive foods,[5] and playing under trees on swings on Haryali Teej.[6]

The festivals are dedicated, in many parts of India and Nepal, to Parvati.[5]

"Teej" refers to the "third" day that falls every month after the new moon (Amavasya), and the third day after the full moon night of every month.[3] The monsoon festivals of Teej include Haryali Teej, Kajari Teej and Hartalika Teej.[4]

Teej refers to the monsoon festivals, observed particularly in western and northern states of India and Nepal. The festivals celebrate the bounty of nature, arrival of clouds and rain, greenery and birds with social activity, rituals and customs.[5] The festivals for women, include dancing, singing, getting together with friends and telling stories, dressing up with henna-coloured hands and feet, wearing red, green or orange clothes, sharing festive foods,[5] and playing under trees on swings on Haryali Teej.[6]

The festivals are dedicated, in many parts of India and Nepal, to Parvati.[5]