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Karwa Chauth Fast Tradition

In Hindu Dharam, the goal of life is Self-realization or the attainment of God and fasting has been a much sought after path to attain this. All Hindu fast have a deep spiritual and religious significance. According to Hindu scriptures,

Karwa Chauth in India
Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is one of India’s most celebrated festivals of the Hindu community. The festival celebrates the pious bond that is shared between husband and wife. On this day wives keep fast for the whole day for showing their devotion towards their husband. And, they break the fast only after seeing the Moon in night by drinking water from their husband’s hand.

Karwa CHauth
8th Oct 2017, Sunday Chandrodaya time
Karwa Chauth Puja
Muhurat - 17:55 to 19:09
Duration = 1 Hour 14 Mins
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