. This celebration commends the goddess Gowri or Gauri, (otherwise called Parvati) who is worshiped as the mother of Ganesha. It is normally seen by hitched ladies and is a huge celebration in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It is known as Hartalika in the North Indian conditions of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Gowri, the mother of Ganesha and spouse of Shiva, is venerated all through India for her capacity to offer to her lovers fortitude and force. Hindu conviction has it that Gowri is the manifestation of Aadhi Shakthi Mahamaya. She is the Shakthi of Shiva. It is accepted that on Thadige, or the third day of the long stretch of Bhaadra, Gowri gets back home like any wedded lady goes to her folks’ home. The following day Ganesha, her child, comes as though to return her to Kailasa.