Karva Chauth (Hindi: करवा चौथ, Punjabi: ਕਰਵਾ ਚੌਥ) is one the most widely celebrated festival in northern India. The festival is celebrated on the 4th day of Kartik month on the full moon day. Women (Married, Engaged, or even Unmarried) take fast for their husband, for his long life and eternal love bonding for the rest of their life. Like every Indian festival, Karwa Chauth has its own historical importance as mentioned in the ancient Hindu sculptures. It is important to follow correct rituals (Puja Vidhi) and every women should know about the Karva Chauth Vrat Katha (Story and Legends behind its celebration). Why should women fast on Karwa Chauth? Well this post is all about Karva Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi language, as well in Karva Chauth Puja Vidhi in Punjabi (as Punjab is the only State where this festival is celebrated on highly mass observance).
This year in 2016, Karwa Chauth will be celebrated on 19th of Oct. Many women wants to know Puja Vidhi associated with Karwa Chauth Story, Vrat Katha in Hindi and Punjabi, and we will provide all info related to your search queries. You can download Images & Pictures (PDF also), Videos, Audio, to follow correct Karva Chauth Puja Vidhi, and Karva Chauth Vrat Katha to share with other women who have taken fasting for their better half(s). (करवा चौथ व्रत कथा और पूजन विधि).
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Karva Chauth Vrat Katha In Hindi
Puja Samagri Required For Karwa Chauth Thali
- A plate to keep Puja samagri and Gadvi (glass) filled with water
- Baya or Bayana – A Gifts given to mother-in-law, it is usually a gift, dry fruits or money.
- Mathri for bhog (Sweet Made of Wheat Flour)
- A strand of red thread – called kalava or Moli
- Karwa – a vessel (steel, or of clay) which contains water
- Money – to offer to Karwa Maa as a chadava
- Fruits and sweets – to offer to Karwa maa as Prasad.
- Diya – made out of atta (Compulsory)
- Stariner – Channi to see Chand (moon)
- Red or Pink cloth to cover your thaali
- A Match box to light up Diya.