Teej culminated in vibrant social gatherings at Ghaziabad societies. A lot of enthusiasm was seen among the women in Nirala Eden and Amapalli village residential societies. Women organised Teej parties, dressed up, and played games.
The Hariyali Teej is an important festival for all Hindu ladies and girls. It signifies the end of the summer and the beginning of the monsoon. Gifts are exchanged within families. Women wear green clothes and enjoy swings. Married girls receive Singhara, a collection of presents given to daughters by their parents.
VS Badhurai, RWA president, and his team planned a lively gathering for the ladies on Teej. The event began with the bhajans of Shiv Parvati and a dance performance. Married women dressed in traditional attire, played games and danced. Women from all walks of life set up stalls selling cakes, decorative items, handmade items, and more. Pallavi Monga, a society resident says, "Overall, the event went very well. Everyone wore traditional clothes, we exchanged gifts and enjoyed dance performances. It is extra nice that we all can enjoy festivals after two long years."
Ladies from the society came together for a festive evening. Surprise games, tambola and dancing, and lunch were included in a colourful programme. More than 20 ladies got together. The festival's main attraction was the Teej Queen Competition, in which a large number of women participated. Archana Sisodia, a resident of the society was crowned Teej Queen.