The mother goddess, or the female energy, is also worshipped under the usual name of Parvati or Gauri.. One festival celebrated in Her name is called Gauri Tij, which falls on the third day of the waning moon, in the month of Vesakh. It is the first day according to the Sindhi calender of the second month of the year. On this day, married women worship Mahadev and Parvati in the early morning and then observe fast for the whole day.
This takes place in the month of Shrawan, when married girls and women paint their hands and feet with Mehndi, go on a fast for the whole day, during which they play games, swing in Jhulas and sing lovable songs. In the night after making an offering to the moon, they break the fast.
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Durga Devi Chand ain Mund Daiytan khe maran lai pahinjun shaktiyun paida kayoon. Unhan maan hia skati badoh Je mahine mein (bado Month corresponding to August Engilsh calendar)kajli teeje krishan paksha the Pragati thiyo.
Unhian vrit rakhander naryun ja pati bhagawan ain Vadi awarja thiyan tha.
Teejri je diyun tin(3) anaaj je sallan khe (Je sawan sadhe Gyaars te pokhjan tha), kheer,sherbet, tilk dhije ain teejri mata keh pingay mein lodijay.Hetehin aakrin pareje (read below story) Ja devi Bhagwat Mein likhiyal aahe.
Jahinkhe sava, haida ain rang bi rang vastra pahiriyal ahin hath mein talwar, kesar ain gharoh chandan jo tilak, ain tame je bartan mein jekimile so khain vari jahinnje badan te nag Lapetyal ahin,Ghulan, Mootiyen Ain Jawahran joon malhaoon gale mein athas, choli bi jahinji kesari rang ji aahe, jahinjo tazo Saraswati mein sanan kayo ahe,umar jahinji vadhi ahe, Ahiri teejri (kajla) bhagwati hamesha asanjiee rikhiya kandhi rahe asaanjee khes harwaqt Namaskar ahey.
TERI MERI GOWRI HIDONRAYMEH LODIYAH, BAMANIKI GOWRI HIDONRAYMEH LODIYAH,RANI PUJEH RAJAHSAH , AISAH PUJUE SUHAAGA BHAAGAH SAH.DUDHTEH PUTAH LAXMEIYA KEH X 3
A mixture of sugar and water is poured into the sprouted beans and the ladies drink a little of this mixture. From then on, they are allowed to drink water. In the evening after sunset a puja is done again and the pandit or his wife’s tells of the significance of this fast. Following this puja, they stop drinking water again till the sighting of the moon. Prasad is then distributed and the fast broken.
It is easy to regard this as a chauvinistic attitude emphasizing the importance of the husband. After all few pujas are done by husbands for the well being of their wives!
However, it is essential to look beyond the obvious. While the husband’s well being is considered central to the happiness of the family, it is the wife who plays the critical role behind the scenes, caring, nurturing and praying for them. These rituals recognize the strength of the woman and her inner commitment to family and happiness