The complete vrat katha to read on Karwa Chauth

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Karva Chauth

Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha

Quite a while past, in the city of Indraprasthapur there was one Brahmin named Vedsharma. Vedsharma was joyfully hitched to Leelavati and had seven extraordinary children and one deft girl named Veeravati. Because of just sister of seven siblings she was spoiled by her folks as well as by her siblings.

When she got developed, she was hitched to a reasonable Brahmin kid. After marriage, when Veeravati was with her folks, she watched Karwa Chauth fasting for the long existence of her better half alongside her sisters-parents in law. During the fasting of Karwa Chauth Veeravati couldn't bear the yearning. Because of shortcoming she swooned and fell on the ground.

Everything siblings couldn't bear the hopeless state of their charming sister. They realized that Veeravati, a Pativrata, would not take any food except if she locates the moon regardless of whether it costs her life. All siblings together made an arrangement to deceive the sister to break her quick. One of the siblings got on the far off tree of Vat with strainer and light. At the point when Veeravati picked up the cognizant, rest of the siblings revealed to her that the moon has risen and welcomed her on the rooftop to locate the moon.

Veeravati saw the sunshine behind the sifter on an inaccessible Vat tree and accepted that the moon has ascended behind the comb of tree. To get over her craving she promptly made contributions to the light and broke the quick.

At the point when Veeravati began having the dinner she got a wide range of terrible sign. In the principal chomp she found the hair, in the second nibble she wheezed and in the third nibble she got greeting from her parents in law. Subsequent to contacting her spouses' home unexpectedly she found the dead body of her better half.

On observing the body of her spouse Veeravati began crying and reprimanded herself for submitting some misstep during the fasting of Karwa Chauth. She began grieving miserably. On listening her grieving Goddess Indrani, the spouse of God Indra, shown up to support Veeravati.

Veeravati requested Indrani for what legitimate cause she were given one of these future upon the arrival of Karwa Chauth and asked to make her better half alive. On observing the regret of Veeravati, Goddess Indrani disclosed to her that she broke the quick without giving Argha (offering) to the moon and because of that her significant other met inconvenient passing. Indrani encouraged Veeravati to watch Chauth fasting on every month during the time including the fasting of Karwa Chauth and guaranteed that her significant other would return alive.

After that Veeravati watched month to month fasting with complete trust and all ceremonies. At long last due to aggregating Punya of those fastings Veeravati got her better half back.