New Delhi | Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Rambha Teej is one of the most auspicious festivals in the Indian culture that is celebrated on the third day of Shukla Paksha of Jyeshtha month in the country. Also known as 'Rambha Tritya', this festival has a special significance to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Just like the Karva Chauth, married women on this day worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati for the long life of their husbands.

Women observe a day-long fast on Rambha Teej apply henna on their hand and don new clothes. Some women also cook delicious food items for the evening as they break their fast seeing the stars and the Moon. This year, Rambha Teej or Rambha Tritya is being observed on June 13.

Rambha Teej 2021: Date, Time and Shubh Muhurat

Date: June 13, Sunday

Shubh Muhurat Begins: 8:19 pm, June 12, Saturday

Shubh Muhurat Ends: 9:42 pm, June 13, Sunday

Rambha Teej 2021: Puja Vidhi

- Wake up early, take a bath and wear fresh clothes

- Offer flowers, gangajal, incense stick and do tilak to Lord Ganesha first and then to Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati and Lakshmi

- recite or chant the mantras

Om Divyai Nami | Om Wagashchraiai Nami | Om essaying Priyakai Nami |

Om Yovan Priyakai Nami | Om Saubhagya Nami | Om Arogyadai Nami |

Om Pranayayyayai Nami | Om Urjashchalai Nami | Om Dewapriayai Nami |

Om Aishvaryapradayai Nami | Om dhanarai Dhanda rumbhayai nami |

- Offer bhog such as fruits or sweets

- Conclude your puja by performing aarti

Rambha Teej 2021: History and Significance

According to Hindu belief, married women who observe fast and worship Lord Shiva, Goddesses Parvati and Lakshmi are blessed with their husband's long life and children's happiness. Also, donating on this day brings peace and harmony in the house, and women remain healthy.

Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv