Karva Chauth Katha - Story of Karwa Chauth Vrat
There are a few legends related with the unmistakable celebrations in India, for example, Karva Chauth. Each celebration has its own significance and celebrated for a specific explanation or considering a few stories that said to be the purpose behind festival. Karwa Chauth is an unmistakable celebration being commended in India by the wedded ladies. The ones who are hitched, quick on the fourth day of Krishna Paksha after the full moon as indicated by the Hindu lunar schedule in the period of Kartik.
There are numerous accounts and legends related with Karva Chauth. Here are not many:
The legend of Draupadi
The quick of Karva Chauth can be gone back to the hours of Mahabharata. It is said that even Draupadi kept the quick of Karva Chauth. The story is - when Arjuna went to Nilgiri Mountain for Tapa. Draupadi began ending up in risky circumstances being separated from everyone else. Indeed, even Arjuna was not next to ensure her, so she thought of some cure. For this, she implored ruler Krishna and he showed up before her. She requested a cure from ruler Krishna.
Krishna stated, 'When Parvati ji also posed an identical inquiry to ruler Shiva.. For which he addressed that the quick of Karva Chauth can successfully eliminate all the issues that come in conjugal relationship. It additionally gets a parity Pitta.
At that point Krishna recounted a story to Draupadi-once there was a strict Brahmin who had 7 children and a little girl Veeravati. At the point when she got hitched, she abstained on the fourth day after moon in the long stretch of Kartik. In any case, she began feeling extraordinary appetite before the moonrise. Her siblings couldn't endure the pain of their caring sister and thus, one of them scaled a tree and set a lit 'Somewhere down' in such a way that it resembled a moon behind the tree. Veeravati joyfully offered the water to moon and ate food. As she wrapped up eating, her significant other passed on. She began crying and hollering harshly. Indrani was on her way with artists. On hearing the sound of cry, she went to her and solicited the explanation from her distress.
Veeravati revealed to her the whole story. Indrani at that point uncovered the explanation of her significant other's passing and how she was deceived by her siblings. Indrani at that point taught her to rehash the quick of Karva Chauth with complete commitment for a year. She requested that her quick on very 'Chauth' of a month and upon the arrival of Karva Chauth love ruler Kartik, Ganesha, Shiva and Gauri alongside moon. She was told to offer water to moon and at exactly that point to open her quick. At the point when Veeravati rehashed the quick with most extreme commitment and abstained on Karva Chauth following each custom, Yama was constrained to reestablish the life of her better half.
At that point Krishna advised Draupadi to quick on Karva Chauth with complete commitment following all the ceremonies. This will absolutely eliminate every one of her concerns and invest her with satisfaction, thriving and abundance. At that point Draupadi likewise abstained on Karva Chauth that came about into the triumph of Pandavas over Kauravas in Mahabharata.
The legend of Karva
Once there was a lady named Karva. She was steadfast and dedicated to her significant other. One day her significant other went to clean up in the stream, where he was gotten by the crocodile. She went to assist her with husbanding and attached the crocodile with a cotton yarn and afterward went to Yamraj.
Yamraj solicited the reason from her pain. She revealed to him that her significant other has been gotten by a crocodile. She asked to take the crocodile to the 'Narak' and requested a long life for her better half. Yama would not do as such. Karva at that point took steps to revile Yama. Yama got apprehensive and went with Karva to her place where crocodile held her better half. The crocodile was then murdered by Yama and he allowed the wish of Karva.
In this manner, ladies watch quick on Karwa Chauth and petition God for long existence of their significant other.