When is Karwa Chauth

Karva Chauth is one of the popular festivals of India. The festival celebrated by married women with lots of enthusiasm and devotion. They keep a whole day fast for the well being of their husband. According to Hindu calender, this festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon on the month of Kartik. On this festival, women usually get up in early morning before dawn, eat 'Sargi' and keep a whole day fast. In evening, women adore themselves in bright & vibrant sarees and ghagra-choli with dazzling jewelleries. Every women gather near the puja chowk and worship Goddess Parvati or Gauri. At late evening they break their fast after worshiping as well as seeing the moon through sieve. The articles assigned in this category will also provide more information about  when is Karva Chauth and also about the gifts that you can send to your dear ones in this festival.

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When was Karva Chauth in 2016?

The festival of Karwa Chauth is a very popular one that is celebrated mostly in the northern part of India. The popularity of this festival has spread a lot and hence it is now celebrated all around the world. The rituals of this festival originated from the time of the Mughal invasion and thus it has a rich cultural heritage. The word ‘karwa’ means ‘pot’ whereas the term ‘chauth’ refers to the ‘fourth’ day of a particular period. Thus, Karwa Chauth falls on the fourth day of krishna paksha in the month of Kartik according to the Hindu calendar. So if you are wondering as to when

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When was Karva Chauth in 2012?

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

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When is Karwa Chauth in 2020?

The Chaturthi (4th day) of Krishna Paksha (waning moon) in the Hindu month of Kartik is observed by most married women in the northern part of India as Karwa Chauth. On this day, they fast and offer prayers for the wellbeing of their husbands. The fast begins with the ritualistic consumption of Sargi (a meal that is sent by the mother-in-law) at dawn and ends with a puja in the evening after moon-rise. The puja is followed by the wives looking at the moon and then their husband through a sieve, who in return feed the first morsel of food to the wives and break their fast. In 2020 this auspicious day is going to be celebrated

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When was Karva Chauth in 2014?

Karva Chauth is a holy ritual performed by the married Hindu ladies for the prosperity and well being of their husbands. In traditional language karva means ‘clay pot’ while chauth means ‘fourth’. This one day festival is widely celebrated in North and Western India. The festival is observed on the fourth day after the full moon of the month of Kartik, according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar. It is believed that Karva Chauth which is celebrated since the medieval ages, strengthens and intensifies the eternal bond of husband with his wife. In the year 2014, Karva Chauth will be celebrated on 11th of Oct

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When was Karva Chauth in 2011?

Karva Chauth is one of popular festivals of India. This is a festival that gives a chance to the married women to come closer to their in-laws. On this special day, every married women keeps a fast to ensure prosperous and well being of their husband’s life. Even unmarried women keep fast for their desired husbands or fiances. According to Hindu calender, this festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon on the month of Kartik. So, if you are wondering when is Karva Chauth in 2011, it is on 15th October. This grand festival is celebrated with lots of pomp and enthusiasm. Karva Chauth is grandly observed in North I

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When was Karva Chauth in 2015?

Karwa Chauth is one of the most popular Hindu festivals celebrated in India with dedication and love. If you are wondering when is Karwa Chauth in 2015, it is on the 30th of October which falls on a Friday this year. It is an auspicious day when the wife fasts for the prosperous life of her husband. She breaks it only after looking at the full moon and doing a small puja. The wife drinks water and eats food from her husband’s hand at the end of the fast. History of Karwa Chauth Karwa Chauth is observed on the Krishna Paksha Chaturthi according to Hindu calendar in the month of Kartik. It originated in the north-western pa

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When was Karva Chauth in 2013?

Karwa Chauth is one of the most popular festivals among married women of North Indian states. On this special occasion, women keep fast from sunrise to moonrise for the well being, good health and prosperity of their husbands. Women start their day with an early bathe before dawn, eat sargi, the small meal prepared by their mother-in-laws before sunrise. Karwa Chauth is observed on the fourth day of the Hindu month of Ashwin-Kartik. Women apply mehendi paste on their hands and legs. In the evening they dress up in gorgeous Indian traditional apparels such as sarees, salwars and lehenga cholis with matching accessories. To perfo

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When is Karwa Chauth in 2021?

Karwa Chauth is a day of fasting. But there are a few dishes that are closely associated with this day. The day-long fast requires a prior-hand preparation to increase the body’s strength to endure it. The Sargi that the mother-in-law sends is primarily to meet this need. Hence the dishes and its ingredients that are prepared on this day are carefully chosen to make it a meal that is filling and will also provide energy. Some of those delicious, healthy and nutritious food items are listed below. Paneer Ki Kheer Besan Ki Kadhi Ata Ka Pitha Malpua with Rabri Mathri If you wish to prepare an

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When is Karwa Chauth 2019

When was Karwa Chauth 2019?

Ever wondered why women look at the moon through a sieve on Karwa Chauth? As per traditions, this day is extremely important to all north-west Indian women for their husband’s well being. Women fast from sunrise, after eating the food their mother-in-law sends them as sargi. The fast ends when the moon appears in the sky. These women then offer their prayers and use a sieve to look at the moon and then look at their husbands. After this, the men feed their wives a little food and help them to break their fast. But in all this, the queer part remains the looking at the moon with a sieve. There are apparently 2 explanations

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