Teej Celebration

Teej is an Indian festival which is celebrated by women during the monsoons. Hindu women observe a strict fast during this festival to obtain the blessings of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva for a happy married life.

The word Teej comes from a red insect that emerges from the Earth during the time of monsoons. Teej also means third. Therefore Teej falls on the third day after Amavasya (new moon) and the third day after full moon of every month. But the third day after Amavasya of the Shravan month holds a special significance. It is believed that on the day of Teej Goddess Parvati came to Lord Shiva’s abode, thereby marking the re-union of husband and wife.

Hariyali Teej was celebrated in school on 30 July 2014. Chief Guest Mrs. Sidra Khan, wife of Mr. Dilnawaz Khan (MLA-Siyana) graced the occasion. The presence of Mr. Dilnawaz Khan, Guest of Honour and Mr. Shah Faisal, Chairman of Saint Momina Group of Schools enlightened the programme. On this occasion, Mehndi Competition was also conducted in which Mis. Khushi Chaudhary grabbed 1st position. Mrs. Savita Singh, Principal of the school gave vote of thanks to all guests. The main contribution to conduct the programme successfully was of Mrs. Alka Saxena, Mrs. Bhawana Bhatnagar, Mrs. Seema Sirohi, Mrs. Radha Singh, Mrs. Indu Singh, Mrs. Kavita Sharma etc.

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