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'Teej' or Teeans, is celebrated in July, which marks the beginning of Sawan (monsoon). The festival starts on the third day of Sawan and continues for about thirteen days. This is the time of heavy rain which is essential for the agricultural prosperity of the state. It is the festival of women ,so on this day they wear their fine dresses and put mehndi on their hands, to welcome the rains and pray for the long life of their husbands and children. People enjoy the rains. It is the time for sowing. Teej festival is dedicated to the re-union of Goddess Parvati with Lord Shiva. Procession of carrying the decorated idol of the Goddess will be conducted on the day. As it is the festival of swings ,lots of swings decorated with flowers are hunged on the trees and the girls celebrate the festival by having swings and during the rainy season we can see that the girls all over the villages are on the swings. They wear new clothes ,make special dishes to eat and sung special songs.

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