Celebrated with much exuberance and joy, Karwa Chauth is a one-day festival observed on the 4th of November, Wednesday this year. Praying for the longevity, good health, and overall well-being of the husband, women on this day keep fast. At the end of the day, they break their fast once the Moon is out and drink water from their husband’s hand.
Dressed in gorgeous ethnic attire, adorned with beautiful jewellery, bangles, and pretty mehndi on their hands, a large number of women gather up to read the Vrat Katha. With the decorative Karwa Chauth pooja thali in their hands waiting for Moon to rise, these women worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati praying for their husband’s long life. To add a touch of traditionality and make the festival filled with happiness, Karvachauth.com brings you a wide collection of Karva Chauth puja items.
Performed with the mother-in-law, sister-in-law, and other ladies of the family, Karva Chauth is all about enriching the relationship, love, and bond of friendship among each other. Here, the daughter-in-law gifts her Saas and sister-in-law with beautifully embellished Karwa Chauth pooja thali that includes a Kalash, a steel Thali, bangle, and a Channi or a sieve. On the other hand, Saas gives “Sargi” to her daughter-in-law which includes luscious sweets and her favourite clothing.
It is also said that this day is the most significant in the life of every married woman benefitting their health too.
Let us see what more benefits do women enjoy on the auspicious day of Karva Chauth.
Good digestive system:
To begin with the Vrat, women eat Sargi that includes sweets, etc early in the morning and which is why they are said to have good digestive strength.
Enhances the Smriti and Dhriti:
Fasting on the day of Karva Chauth has a direct, positive, and healthy effect on the chemical factors of the brain. Offering much mental clarity, the brain functions highly improved as new neurons are formed on this day.
The Vrat for the complete day helps their body to neutralize the toxins and keep their body naturally detoxified and keeps the overall health in good condition.
Boosts the immune system:
Observing strict Vrat for the complete day recycles the old white cells in the body and forms new cells naturally leading to improvement in the immune system so that you can overcome any diseases.
To be celebrated on the 4th of November, Wednesday this year, Karva Chauth is a sacred ritual also observed by a few unmarried women, hoping to get a good life partner or an ideal husband in their life. Karvachauth.com wishes you a happy, healthy, and prosperous Karva Chauth to those who are observing fast and celebrating the essence of love, bonding, care, and respect towards their loved ones.
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