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Teej Special Collection

Teej Special Collection

Teej Special Collection

Damped in love - celebrate this Teej with loved ones in stylish ethnic wear for ladies. Bring home a collection of Kurtis, Kurtas, ethnic sets and dresses worth loving. Teej is a festival that celebrates union. And every year on this occasion, women dress up wearing the trendiest ethnic wear outfits and become a part of the extravagant celebrations.

On this day, women dress up in new clothes, clad in several adornments which is why it is important to provide them with the most stylish collection in festive Kurtas, Kurtis, ethnic sets, and dresses. Let’s have a look at Shree’s latest collection for celebrating Teej 2021.

Kurtas to Make you Look Stylish on Teej

Teej Special Kurta in Maroon

Celebrate the festival of Hartalika Teej drenched in hues of celebration. Steal the spotlight of the evening with a fashionable Kurta from Shree. Get inspired- Shree’s ‘Leher’ collection has brought forth a number of Kurtas in the famous ‘leheriya’ print, fit for all festive occasions. These Kurtas feature a straight silhouette with a decorated midriff.

This maroon Kurta would look great when paired with matching pair of bottoms such as a churidar, leggings or cigarette pants in maroon or a contrasting hue.

Teej Special Kurtas in Ornamental Prints

There is something about ornamental prints that exudes royalty and a festive spirit. Like any other festival, you deserve to look your best this Teej with Kurtas and Kurtis that highlight the best version of yourself.

Teej is similar to the Hindu festival of ‘Karwa Chauth’. Hindu women celebrate this festival by observing a fast for the long life of their husbands. Women dress up in the newest ethnic wear garments, adorned in beautiful ornaments head to toe.

What most people don’t know is that there are 3 different ways to celebrate the auspicious festival of Teej, known by three different names like:

  • Hariyali Teej
  • Kajari Teej
  • Hartalika Teej

Hariyali Teej- On this day, women worship the moon. Hariyali Teej signifies greenery and so women wear green-colored dresses and bangles to mark the auspicious occasion. They also make merry by singing and dancing to various traditional songs. Hariyali Teej is also known as Chhoti Teej and Shravana Teej.

Kajari Teej- It is the time to perform the sacred puja of neem amidst various rituals and traditions. Women sing various Kajari songs in praise of Lord Krishna.

Hartalika Teej - This festival is celebrated at the onset of monsoon, on the third day of the half of the North Indian lunar. Hartalika Teej is falling on 11th August 2021 this year.

 

What is Teej

Teej is celebrated mostly in northern India. It is celebrated by Hindu women in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. The festivities start at the onset of monsoon season in India. Married Hindu women honor this festival by fasting for the health and goodwill of their husbands, children, and themselves.

Reflecting on the history of this auspicious festival, it is believed by Hindu devotees that on this day, Lord Shiva accepted goddess Parvati as his wife after 108 rebirths. These women seek marital bliss and harmony in their homes by worshipping lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati by observing a fast.

Various mouth-watering delicacies are consumed on the occasion of Hartalika Teej, some of which are: Ghewar, Khasta Kachori, Dal Baati Churma, Gujiya and many more. Women usually celebrate the festival of Teej by coming together and gathering at a nearby temple or garden for puja. They form a semi-circle while an idol of Goddess Parvati is placed in the middle. The Hartalika Puja begins with holy offerings of flowers, sweets, and fruits while all the ladies narrate the holy Teej Katha together.

This festive season, dress like a goddess in stylish ethnic wear from Shree. Shop from a wide range of Kurtis, Kurtas, ethnic sets, and dresses.

Wish you all a very happy and prosperous Teej.

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