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The three day long festive extravaganza will hold the stalls displaying the artificial jewellery, handicrafts & handloom products, afamous mouth-watering delicacies from Old Delhi along with Teej Rakhi Bazaar, one of its kinds shopping flee market offering the visitors with a variety of colorful Rakhis and traditional decorative items, etc.
2) Tij has been variously spelt by different authors: Bennett (see note 8) spells it Tij, Skinner and Holland (see note 22) spell it Teej.
This time the actress is very excited, as there will also be a special sequence of Teej on the show and looks forward to celebrating it with her Diya Aur Bt Hum family.
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.
Get off the phone' by James Teej (Canadian deep house DJ) on Rebirth record label.
Order the Teej sandwich with tuna, egg, and black-olive tapenade to go, then pick up a bottle of Zin from next-door neighbor Four Vines Winery (803/237-0055) and camp out on the patio.
That's why, people are opting for duplicate ornaments to wear even during major festivals such as Teej, Dashain, Tihar and even marriage ceremonies.
International Women's Day, FCHV day, and Teej Festival (specially celebrated by women) at district and peripheral levels, training for the Men as Partners (MAP) groups, and meetings with District Reproductive Health Coordination Committee.
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.