Bhaiyya Duj is the festival that is celebrated on the fifth day of Diwali and it falls on second day after Diwali that is on ‘Shukla Paksha Dwitiya’ in the Hindi month of ‘Kartik’. ‘Dwitiya’ means ‘Duj’ or the second day after the new moon. This festival is popular in different regions with different names such as ‘Bhai-Dooj’ in north India, ‘Bhav-Bij’ in Maharashtra, ‘Bhai-Phota’ in Bengal and ‘Bhai-Teeka’ in Nepal. On this day sisters perform ‘aarti’ of their brothers and apply a beautiful ‘Tilak’ or ‘Teeka’ on their forehead. Then they offer sweets to them. Then the brothers and sisters exchange gifts with each other. Sisters are lavished with gifts, goodies and blessings from their brothers.