Festivals are what add color to life and festivals in Rajasthan are the perfect example of this fact. There are a number of fairs and festivals that are celebrated in Rajasthan. Festive season is also the right time to visit Rajasthan as one can closely observe the customs and traditions followed by people in this colorful state. The vibrancy of the colorful state of Rajasthan comes to fore during fairs and festivals.
Teej is one of the most important festivals celebrated in Rajasthan. After the scorching heat of summer months, Teej welcomes the monsoon showers in Rajasthan. Teej is celebrated in the month of July-August and is an important festival of the womenfolk of Rajasthan. The festival marks the onset of festive season in Rajasthan.
Teej is celebrated with all the gusto and fervour in Jaipur. If you are in Jaipur during Teej festival, you can see young girls and married women dressed in their best clothes. Teej is primarily women's festival and women pray to Goddess Paravati during this festival. There is a mythical legend attached to Teej festival and it is believed that after years of penance, Goddess Parvati was united with Lord Shiva on Teej. On the day of Teej festival, married women pray for the well being of their husbands and martial bliss.
Jaipur looks like a new bride during the festival as the markets in Jaipur are beautifully decked up for the occasion. It is wonderful to explore the Jaipur markets during the festive occasion. Come and enjoy the festivities in the Pink City with Jaipur Hub. Jaipur Hub offers complete information on Jaipur and tours to Jaipur.