This time Hartalika Teej will be celebrated for 2 days, know which day should you keep fast?

Aug 24 2019 03:20 PM
This time  Hartalika Teej will be celebrated for 2 days, know which day should you keep fast?

All of you will be aware that the most beloved festival of married women is Hartalika Teej, which is scheduled to come on 1st and 2nd September this time. Yes, there are differences among priests about the date of the festival. That being said, some knowledgeable people are backing the festival to celebrate 1 while some are sitting in favor of celebrating it on 2. First, tell everyone that on this day, women fast for the longevity of their husbands. This year, the fast will be celebrated for two days due to differences in Panchangs.

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In this case, women fast on Hartalika Teej and take water and food in the evening and in the Panchangs prepared by Chitra Paksha Kataki calculation, Hartalika Teej is to be celebrated on 1st September and in other Panchag the fast of Hartalika Teej will be kept on 2nd September. On the other hand, the scriptures and the Shatabdi Panchang are said to be the best to fast for Hartalika Teej on September 1.

At the same time, according to astrology, the Shukla side of the Bhadrapada month fasts on the Shukla side and this time on the basis of Panchang calculation and theological belief, there are two different counts of the date from the date sequence of the planetary spot.

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Hartalika Teej in Chitra Side Almanac will start after 8.28 a.m. on Sunday 1st September and will remain until 8.58 a.m. on Monday the next day. At the same time, the Panchags, manufactured by the Grathalaghavi system, will have Hartalika Teej on 2nd September and the Tritiya date will be 2 hours 45 minutes on this day.

That's where the fourth date will take place. Half-day Hartalika Teej is on the 2nd and then Ganesha will be established on the same day, so it is considered advisable to celebrate Teej on 1st September.

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