Regional celebrations of Teej is more or less the same. The festival is celebrated with extreme joy and enthusiasm by both married and unmarried women. Different places take great interest in celebrating the festival. In India, Teej is celebrated in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh.
Most popular Teej celebrations take place in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. One can see vibrant colors of Rajasthani culture in Teej celebrations. In India, vibrant Teej celebrations are apparent in other states of India as well. On Teej, women in Gujarat perform their traditional dance of Garba and Dandia. They adorn themselves in their traditional lehnga-choli on the day of Teej. Similarly, in Punjab, Teej is celebrated with extreme fervor. Special Teej fairs called Teelan are organized which form a unique feature of the festival's celebration. Teej is celebrated with extreme gusto in Nepal as well. Nepalese women adorn themselves with red color and visit the famous Pashupatinath Temple.
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