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Talking to Qatar Tribune, a senior official of Joy Alukkas Outlet at LuLu Centre Vinoy Davis said: "The festivals of Teej and Eid along with our offers on designer and branded diamond jewellery have drawn many customers to our outlet in the last few days.
Families that used to marry their children en masse on Akha teej, an auspicious date in April-May, now wed them as soon as possible to avoid notice.
Though linked with the festival of Teej, this sweet cake is eaten round the year.
A respondent relates how the Teej festival in Hinduism, involving a 24-hour ritual fast for the husband's longevity, may offer no respite or exception for a woman who is pregnant or lactating.
The many annual parades that have been held in Jaipur since the city's foundation, including those on holidays such as Teej and Dashera, begin at the City Palace and follow a different route to that described in Saksena's text and depicted on the chhatri.
India specialist Cox & Kings is offering a tour of India's Golden Triangle with the chance of seeing the Teej Festival.
The Japanese local boutique brands (such as Afternoon Tea Room, Teej, Indian Tea, Musica, Takano, L'Epicier and some other 10 brands) are also doing better each year.
We will also be promoting various festivals (like mango festival, Teej festival and Magic festival) at Dilli Ht, Garden Festival at Garden of Five Senses and Delhi ke Pakwn festival at CP.
This special exhibition coinciding with Teej Festival is being organized from today till August 12.
Why Teej, a dominant ritual of Hindu women has become a model of culture adopted by a large number of Magar women is, however, little explained (Laura Aheam 2000).
The Nagaur administration took the decision after such incidents were reported during the recent marriage season on Akshaya Tritiya, also called Akha Teej, and Peepal Purnima in the villages of Nagaur.