Karwa Chauth 2021: History, Celebration, Tithi, Significance & Everything Else You Need To Know

Karwa Chauth 2021 is about to arrive soon. It is one of the most significant festivals in India. Given below is the brief history of Karwa Chauth. Karwa Chauth 2021 Significance, History & Celebration details are here.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Oct 22, 2021 16:16 IST
Karwa Chauth 2021: History, Celebration, Tithi, Significance & Everything Else You Need To Know
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When the Month of October begins, the conversations about Karwa Chauth Vrat begin. Karwa Chauth is a majorly celebrated festival of Hindu women. On this day, females (mostly married) keep a waterless fast for the long life of their husbands.

This fast is observed each year on the Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha in the long stretch of Kartik. Sankashti Chaturthi likewise occurs on this day, such countless individuals worship Ganpati on this day. Karwa Chauth 2021 significance, history & celebration details are here 

This year, the fast of Karwa Chauth (Karwa Chauth 2021) will be kept on 24 October. It is accepted that this fast was first observed by Mother Parvati for Lord Shiva. By this fast, he had achieved everlasting favorable luck. From that point forward the tradition of keeping this fast began among ladies. Realize every one of the significant things identified with this fast.

Karwa Chauth History & Significance 

As per the legend, once there was a war between the gods and the evil spirits. The evil spirits were overwhelming the gods. Then, at that point, Brahma ji proposed to their wives to keep the fast of Karwa Chauth to make the gods victorious.

After this, the gods won the war. It is accepted that whoever observes this fast with full devotion, every one of the issues of her husband's life are averted and she gets longevity. Aside from this, the issues of married life are eliminated and good luck is achieved. 

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Karwa Chauth Celebration (Vrat Vidhi) 

Get up at 4 AM and take sargi according to the tradition of the house. After this, take a vow of fasting in the wake of washing up. Keep a waterless fast for the duration of the day. Prepare by completing sixteen adornments in the evening. Light a lamp before the image of Shiva and Parvati.

Offer Roli, sandalwood, Akshat, blossoms, Naivedya, adornment items and so on to the Lord and read the story of Karwa Chauth. After this, Arghya is presented to the moon. After the Pooja is finished, immunize the husband and feed him desserts. After this, end your fast by drinking water from your husband's hands. 

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