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Thali Decoration

Thali Decoration

Karwa chauth festival is celebrated throughout India. Married and engaged Women fast and pray for their husband long life. Karwa chouth is very popular in Punjab, Rajastha, Haryana. Himachal Pradesh.

 

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Karwa Chauth Mehndi

Karwa Chauth Mehndi

The rituals begin the previous day of festival women mother-in-law give "Sarge" her daughter in law. SARG consist of mehndi, sindoor, Bindi, the red ribbon, coconut, saviya, candy, almonds, etc.

 

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Karwa Chauth Puja

Karwa Chauth Puja

Typically, the festival of the North and North-West India, Karwar Chauthi is nine days before Diwali and 10 days after Dusshera. The day is called Kartik Ki Chauth.

 

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Karwa Chauth Celebrations

Karwa Chauth Celebrations

On this day married women dressed like newly weds bride. This is day on which husband give gift to wife (such as Clothing, Jewelry)

 

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Karwa Chauth

Origin and Significance

ORIGIN AND SIGNIFICANCE

Fasting on Karwa Chauth is particularly important . They believe that the festival provides the well-being, longevity and of their husbands. Origin of this festival was based on an idea very sweet and noble. Although this idea has lost its true sense and nowdays festival is symbolic.

Karwa Chauth Celebrations

Karwa Chauth Celebrations The most important aspect of Karwa chauth festival day is dawn to dusk fasting is done by women. During this period women do not eat food or drink water. Only when Moon appears in night (around 8.30 PM) women watch the moon and at last break the fast. Fasting on festival Karwa chauth is unique perhaps because nowhere in the world such tradition exist.

Tradition of Gifting

Tradition of Gifting

Despite the fact that one has to go thru difficult fast, women eagerly wait for festival.One reason for this joy and happiness is a golden opportunity to get expensive gifts and opportunity to get dressed up as bride. Since this festival is considered very important for married women, all symbols, which reflect the state of marriage a woman become high in high demand, such as jewelry, bangles, henna, sarees, lehnga choli, and many other traditional gifts.

Tradition of Heena

Tradition of Heena

Henna Mehandi has its own meaning in India and the Middle East. It's like a tradition in India, women used to decorate their hands and feet with Henna Mehndi. Henna Mehandi is basically a paste made from the leaves of the henna plant. Henna Mehandi considered a symbol of happiness for married women in Indian culture. Here is a belief in India that women with mehendi has left a dark color will be a lot of love and care of her husband.