Karwa Chauth is a festival celebrated by all married Hindu women. They observe a fast for the long life of her husband and in the evening, they adorn bridal makeup.

When is Karwa Chauth?


Karwa Chauth is a festival that provides an opportunity for all married women to get close to their in-laws. All married women observes fast that ensures the well-being, prosperity and longevity of their husbands. This Hindu festival has a cultural and social significance and all Indians celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm.


The festival of Karwa Chauth is celebrated mostly by North India. This event is growing bigger with each passing day. In addition to the traditional items such as henna, beauty products and fashionable clothes, the demand of special eateries are also gearing up. Nowadays, Karwa Chauth is more of fun than a serious festival.


Karwa Chauth is an occasion that encourage people to gather and socialize with friends and family, exchange gifts and share home-cooked meals. The gifts exchanged on this occasion reflects joy, splendor, brightness and happiness of a married life.

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Henna application is an age old tradition that symbolizes luck and prosperity. Decorating hand and feet by creating intricate designs with henna is one of the most common tradition on all occasion. It is believed that woman who get dark color will get a loads of love and caring from her groom.


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Karva Chauth is a long standing Indian tradition which has made a strong impression on us as a culture. It adds to the rich values of selflessness, social and moral ethics of India. In Hindu religion, the goal of life is self-realization or the attainment of God and fasting has been a much sought after path to attain this. more...

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