Karwa Chauth 2020 Date Time: This day is Karva Chauth, know everything including Puja Vidhi, Katha, Importance
Karwa Chauth 2020 Date Time: Karwa Chauth has special importance in the life of Suhagin women. Women wait for this special day throughout the year. On this day, women observe a fast and wish their husband a long life. After worshiping the moon in the night, food grains are seen while watching the husband's face. The fast of Karwa Chauth is observed on the Krishna Paksha Chaturthi date of Kartik month. This year, Karva Chauth's fast will be observed on Wednesday, November 4. Karwa Chauth is especially celebrated in Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Madhya Pradesh.
Karwa Chauth 2020 Shubh Muhurat (Auspicious time for Karva Chauth)
According to astrologers, this year Chaturthi Tithi will begin on November 4 at 03:24 and will continue till November 5 at 5:14. This year, the auspicious time of worship on Karva Chauth fast will be from 5:29 pm to 6:48 pm. On this day, the moonrise will be at 8:16 pm.
Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi (Worship Method of Karva Chauth)
Karva Chauth is fasted throughout the day and the moon is worshiped at night. For this, the place of worship is decorated with kharia clay and the statue of Parvati is also established. Traditionally worshiped and the legend of Karva Chauth is recited. The fast of Karva Chauth is opened on seeing the moon, on that occasion the husband is also with her. Pooja is started by lighting a lamp. In the worship of Karva Chauth, a water-filled mud spout, ie Karva, special items placed on the lamp above, all new items of decoration are necessary. Pooja's plate definitely has roses, rice, incense, lamps, flowers and flowers. The clay idols of Shiva, Parvati, Ganesh, Kartikeya are also placed in the coach on the floor. There is a law to dissuade all the gods by making an altar of sand or white clay. Now silver and Shiva-Parvati are kept in homes for worship. Arghya is offered to the moon by decorating the plate. Then fasting for the day is opened by drinking sweet water from the husband's hands. After that there is food with family.
Karwa Chauth Fatcts (hence Chandradarshan with a sieve of sieve)
Karwa Chauth recognizes that the rays of the moon are not seen directly on this day, it is customary to see through a vessel or strainer because the rays of the moon are particularly effective in their arts. Which in the folk tradition fills the husband-wife relationship with the Moon. Since the husband has also been considered like the moon, the husband is seen with the same sieve immediately after seeing the moon. Another reason is told that the moon should not be seen and the sweetness should remain in relation to the husband and wife.
Why Karwa Chauth is Celebrated?
There are many mythological stories about Karva Chauth. In which the story of Mahabharata is mentioned. It is believed that this festival has started from the time of Mahabharata. Legend has it that Draupadi first observed the fast of Karva Chauth. There are many differences about how far this is true. When Arjuna was doing severe penance in the hills of Nilgiris, the 4 Pandavas were facing many problems. Draupadi told this thing to Shri Krishna. Then Lord Krishna advised Draupadi to observe Karva Chauth fast.
It is said that there was a loving woman named Karva, who loved her husband very much. In this way er was inhabited by divine power. One day a crocodile caught her husband while bathing in the river.
Karva called upon the God of Yama and asked the crocodile to send Yamlok and return her husband safely and said that if anything happens to my suhaag, I will destroy Yama Dev and Yamlok with my loving power.
It is said that Yamraj, frightened by her divine power and her husband's religion, returned her husband safely and sent the crocodile to Yamlok. It is believed that from this day onwards Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated by women with full devotion and faith for the longevity of the husband and on this day Kartik Chaturthi came to be known as Karva Chauth.