Hariyali Teej 2022: Today is the festival of Teej, know the importance, Muhurta, and the worship method of the auspicious festival!


'Hariyali Teej' is a festival celebrated by Hindu women in northern and western parts of India to pray for the well-being of their husbands.

Teej is celebrated in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, and Himachal Pradesh.


Hariyali Teej is celebrated to welcome the onset of monsoon. Rain also brings much-needed greenery to our surroundings and hence the festival is called Hariyali Teej.

Mehndi is a common ritual followed by women at most festivals as it not only adds to the beauty but is also considered an 'omen'. Even on the day of Teej, women approach the markets to get beautiful designs of mehndi on their hands, the darker the color, the better.

The day also celebrates the determination of Goddess Parvati, who took 108 reincarnations, until Lord Shiva granted her dedication and tied the knot with her. Many people believe that on this day the goddess announced that women would be blessed with a happy married life by fasting and performing certain rituals.

Puja Muhurta for Hariyali Teej 2022

It is best to celebrate Hariyali Teej during Ravi Yoga. Ravi Yoga will start from 2:20 pm and will continue till 5:42 am on August 1.

The auspicious time of Hariyali Teej or Abhijeet Muhurta is from 12 noon to 12:54 pm.

One should not do any auspicious work in Rahukaal which will start from 5:31 pm to 7:13 pm.

Hariyali Teej Puja Vidhan 2022:


1. Worship during the Pradosh period

2. Make small idols of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Ganesha. You can use clay or flour.

3. Offer clothes, vermilion, bangles, and other gifts symbolizing the married woman to Goddess Parvati. Offer clothes to Lord Shiva before reading the story.

4. Gather your family members, friends, and loved ones to listen to Hariyali Teej Katha.

5. Perform Ganesh aarti and worship Shiva.

6. You can donate the clothes offered to the idol to a Brahmin.

7. Keep fast for the whole day.

8. Next day worship and offer vermilion to Goddess Parvati.

9. Distribute the prasad of Halwa and Malpua.