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Karva Chauth

Karwa Chouth is a North Indian celebration praised all around the globe by wedded Hindu ladies. In the name Karwa Chouth, Karwa signifies 'the earthern pot, and Chouth means the 'fourth day.'

Karwa Chouth Vrat katha and Vrat vidhi

Which means, this celebration falls on the fourth day of the fading moon or the dull fortnight in the Hindu month of Kartik. Also, an earthen pot is an image of harmony and thriving.

It is a sentimental celebration that represents love, regard, and harmony between a couple.

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Shiv ji and Parvati ji are venerated on this day. The Gaur Mata or Karwa mata is made with cow waste looking like a human figure, pretty much two inches tall.

Women offer prasad or natural products to Karwa maa and afterward the more seasoned wedded woman of the house describes Karwa maa story to everybody.

After the puja the prasad are given to girls and sisters alongside blessings. When the moon rises, the ladies see its appearance from a channi (sifter) and after that they do a pooja for their better half's wellbeing and long life, lastly break their quick.


A thali or a plate: to keep all the things referenced underneath.

1. Natural products: this is offered to the divine beings during the night puja. I generally keep a banana and an apple as a contribution. The natural product is later given to a kanjak (young ladies younger than 10) or the cleric of the sanctuary.

2. Mithai or Sweet: is in the thali to break the quick. You first offer mithai to the moon and afterward devour it after the chand puja.

3. Mathri: At times, it is hard to burn-through a mithai/sweet following an entire day of fasting; thusly, an appetizing tidbit to break the quick.

4. Baya + badam: simply like sargi, baya is a blessing or a badge of affection that a little girl in-law provides for her relative. Rather than cash, my mother in-law consistently favored supplement rich badam (almonds) in baya.

4. Diya: for puja. I generally get ready 2 diyas: one for the night thali pujan and the other one for the moon puja.

5. Sindoor: for puja. After the moon puja, spouses apply sindoor to their significant other's brow.

6. A vivid material or chunni: to cover the thali.

7. A gadvi or karwa or steel glass: loaded up with water. It is needed during the night puja and chand puja.

8. Channi or a sifter: it is ONLY expected to do the chand puja. Not needed during the night puja.

9. Rice: not appeared in the thali however required. A spot of rice is an absolute necessity have for all the Hindu pujas. It is important to give arghya (offering) to the moon.ujas. It is needed to give arghya (offering) to the moon.

10. Match box to illuminate your diya.