The procession started from the Tripoliya Gate (City Palace), meandering its way through Tripolia Bazar and Chhoti Chaupar, Gangauri Bazaar to wind up at the Ponderik Park near Chaugan Stadium.

Organised with great verve and vigour, the procession was witnessed by the tourists, the travel fraternity and the local populace.

There were camels, horses and cultural performances like Kachchi Ghodi, Gair, Kalbaliya and chakri dances.

The procession  included the cannon carriage, bullock carts, horse carriage and decorated chariots. A number of bands also accompanied the procession.

The sawari of the Goddess Teej (Parvati) was at the fag end followed by chobdar and women with 'kalash' in traditional dresses.

The procession was organised jointly by the State Department of Tourism, the City Palace, the District Administration and Jaipur Municipal Corporation.

The Teej festival is a three day long celebration that combines sumptuous feasts as well as rigid fasting. It falls in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada or Bhado.

In it married Hindu women pray to Goddess Parvati for marital bliss, well being of spouse, children and purification of one's own body and soul.

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