Karva Chauth 2013

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Karva Chauth is Observed on October 22nd, Tuesday in 2013. Karva Chauth is observed by the Married Women. Karva Chauth is being fasting thought the day should not taking drop of water. Karva Chauth begins with the Sunrise and it ends with the Moonrise. Women observe this fast for her husband well-being, prosperity and longevity. Women specially pray to Goddess Gowri (Parvathi). It is traditional for the Sargi (mostly consisting of grains and fruits) to be sent or given to the woman by her mother-in-law. Karva Chauth is celebrated on 4th day of Krishna Paksha or dark-fortnight in the month of Kartik. The festival occurs 9 days before Diwali. Fourth day of the new moon immediately after Vijayadasami, in the month of Kartik Masam. It is observed mostly in October or November. Karva Chauth is more popular in North Indian states.

Karva Chauth 2013
Karva Chauth 2013
Karva Chauth day Sun Rises at 5:58 AM and Moon Rises at 8:34 PM. Karva Chauth means Chauth is considered to be the fourth day and Karva is an earthen pot. The festival of Karva Chauth is celebrated mostly by North India. Especially Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Karva Chauth is an occasion that unites people to gather and to get new Friends. Exchange gifts and share home-cooked meals with the neighbors. The gifts exchanged on this occasion reflects joy, splendour, brightness and happiness of a married life. Nowadays application of Henna is common like for Festivals, Parties, weddings. Henna application is seen in Karva Chauth day. Henna application is an age old tradition that symbolises luck and prosperity. Shiva, Parvati and their son Kartikeya are worshipped on this day along with the Karvas (earthen pots) filled with sweets. In the evening This Karvas will be exchanged between neighbors who are observing fast. In The Evening Woman's Observe During puja, elders narrate the stories of Karva Chauth and women sing songs relating to Karva Chauth. When moon appears, prayers are offered to the moon Then fasting women's first sees the moon through a sieve then Their husband's face. After Seeing through sieve husband's brings a plate and offers her Firstly water will be drinked then the sweet and food to break her fast. Generally Red or pink Saree will be preferred. Newly married woman wears the wedding dress and ornaments. Karva Chauth preparation will be started before few days of the actual festival means sweets preparation and Sargi.


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