Teej Recipes: As the festival of Teej is just around the corner, we bring you the most delicious of all teej recipes to prepare at home and celebrate the festival in a scrumptious way! From ...
Also known as a monsoon favourite, the festival of Teej is celebrated with great fervor across the north of India and Nepal.
While ghevar has its roots in Rajasthan, it is also loved in other northern and north-western states. Known as the honeycomb dessert, it hits a sales high during Teej.
For decades, Chaina Ram Sindhi Halwai has been iconic name in the heart of Delhi. Scores of people queue up every day during this time to have ghevar.
According to Hindu legend, Teej celebrates Lord Shiva's acceptance of Devi Parvati as his wife after her dedication towards him.
There are three Teej festivals that are celebrated widely across the country. Hariyali Teej, Kajari Teej and Hartalika Teej. This year Hariyali Teej falls on 3rd August 2019.