NewDelhi, July 26: The marvelous land of India is renowned for their festivals so Is the Hariyali Teej, which is celebrated on the third day of Haryali Amavasya after the full moon in the Shravana month, usually two days before Nag Pachami.
Hariyali Teej is primarily a north Indian festival which holds great significance for Hindus women across the Northern states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar.
This festival is dedicated to Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva which symbolizes the reunion of Shiva and Parvati mata.
On this day, they visit their parent’s home, and dressed up in green Sari and with green bangles and then performed puja, after that group of women enjoy the festivals by singing Teej songs with some delicious food.
Here’s a fully-planned reciepe to enjoy this Teej Festival.
Ghewar is the popular savory of the Rajasthan and without which Teej festival is incomplete. There are four varieties of ghevar plain ghevar, malai ghevar, kesar ghevar and kesar-malai ghevar.
Malpua is a pancake as a desert. The batter made by crushing ripe bananas, adding flour, and water or milk. The mixture is sometimes delicately seasoned with cardamoms then fritters are fried and dipped in syrup.
Coconut ladoo :
Coconut ladoo is made with khoya and condensed milk, in round shaped balls and stuffed with cashews and almonds.
Mango and mint Kheer :
All-time favourite Indian sweet, kheer. Rice is cooked in milk and saffron, blended with mango puree and mint leaves and garnished with nuts.