The annual Kajli Teej festival is celebrated in Bundi, which is located at a distance of about 40 kms from the city of Kota. The festival falls on the third day of the Hindu month of Bhadra (July-August) and is dedicated to Goddess Teej. Kajli Teej Festival of Bundi begins with a procession of the Goddess, which is taken in an artistically decorated golden palanquin from the scenic Naval Sagar to the Azad Park. On the way, it passes through a number of main bazaars, escorted by elephants, camels, bands, performing artists and brightly dressed people. Although the main Kajli Teej takes place for two days only, the celebration continues till the festival of Janmashtami (birth anniversary of Lord Krishna). This festival holds special significance for married couples, as it marks a time for them, to replenish the ties of dedication and loyalty. Special sweetmeats and swing rides add to the enjoyment of the festival. The evenings are spent in watching the cultural programs that are especially organized for the Kajli Teej Festival.