It is the Punjabi name of the festival of Teej which is lauded in Chandigarh capital of Punjab and Haryana where it is also called Haryali teej which is given to the start of the tempest and spotlights on young ladies and sisters. The festival is lauded in the midst of the tempest season from the third day of the lunar month of Sawan on the splendid half, up to the full moon of sawan, by women. Married women go to their maternal house to appreciate the festivals. Beforehand, it was standard for women to spend the whole month of Sawan with their people. Despite whether a married woman goes to her people, kin take a gift set to their sisters called a 'sandhara'. A sandhara joins a Punjabi Suit/sari, laddoo, bangles, mehndi henna and a swing.