When was Karva Chauth in 2012?

Ladies Performing Karwa Chauth Puja

Karwa Chauth is a one day festival celebrated mostly by the married women of the Northern parts of India. Women observe fast from sunrise to moonrise for the good health and long life of their husband. And finally they break the fast by seeing the moon. Like all other Hindu festivals, Karwa Chauth also has a deep significance.

On this auspicious occasion, married women observe a strict fast without taking a single drop of water. The fast begins before sunrise and breaks only after offering the prayer and worshipping the moon at night. The fast is broken once the moon is seen and all the rituals have been performed. Women offer water to the moon and break their fast at night.

As the legend goes, Lord Krishna compelled Draupadi to keep the ‘vrat’ of Karwa Chauth so that with its influence Arjuna can defeat the Kauravas in the battlefield and win back the kingdom. Married women, thus, offer wishful prayer for ‘saubhagya’ by observing the Karva Chauth vrat, to receive saubhagya and prosperity.

When is Karwa Chauth in 2012

Karwa Chauth in 2012 will be observed on 2nd of November.

Popular Gifts for Karwa Chauth

Apart from keeping fast by married woman for the long life of their husbands, people like to meet their relatives and friends and exchange gifts to make the day grand. Thus, Karva Chauth is very much a social and seasonal festival alongside being a religious affair. Thus it needs no explanation that gifts play a significant role in this festival. During the time of Karwa Chauth parents send gifts to their married daughters and children.

You can send gifts through GiftstoIndia24x7.com, one of the proficient gifting portals if you are residing far from your beloved wife. To enable you to send gifts to your loved ones, this portal has arranged a wide collection of articles to choose from and send gifts to India. But before selecting anything you need to know the preference of the recipient. Moreover, the essence of the festival also needs to be kept in mind while choosing a gift.

Your can browse through the Karwa Chauth Gifts to India section to check the articles arranged herein. Hence sending Karwa Chauth Gifts to India through this reliable portal is just a piece of cake. And your gifts to India will reach the recipient within no time.

Some of the gifts are as follows which you can send and heighten the charm of the occasion -


It goes without saying that women love to adore jewellery. GiftstoIndia24x7.com brings you a myriad selection of jewellery for women, such as pearl bangles, bracelets, watches and artificial jewellery in this section. For more options you can also search in the general ‘Jewellery section’. Your beloved will definitely love the jewellery as gift on this grand occasion.


In the broad range of sarees available in the sarees section, you can avail these from cotton to chiffon and silk to Zardosi. Hence you can surprise your loving lady, may be your sister, mother-in-law, wife or mother by sending these wonderful sarees through this portal.

Cosmetics and Perfume

Delight your dear lady by sending cosmetics and perfumes through this efficient portal and mark the day as memorable for a long time. Let her feel at the seventh heaven by sending her internationally reputed cosmetics such as Chambor, L’Oreal, Garnier, Olay and so on. You can also send her herbal products from Shahnaz Hussain, Lotus, etc if she has a sensitive skin. Besides this, you can send perfumes to India from various renowned brands such as Ricci Ricci, Channel 5, the Beat Women, Hugo and a lot more to name a few.

Gifts For Karwa Chauth

In the gifts for Karwa Chauth, you will find plethora of special items arranged for your dear lady. Articles available here range from home decor items, jewellery, personalized gift, devotional items and so on.

Send gifts on this auspicious festival and make your loved ones feel special. Your gifts will definitely make one feel your presence despite being far away from her/him.

Karwa Chauth 2012

Jhuma Published: Sep 12, 2012 | Last Updated: May 04, 2020
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