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Manglik Dosh: Effects in Kundli Milan and its remedies

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Some sayings in Hindu or Vedic astrology are often exaggerated and misunderstood. The reason, native people take some cases seriously. One of the most such astrological problems is Manglik dosh. People suffering from this astrological disorder are called Manglik. Let us now understand what is called Manglik Dosh.

The presence of this Manglik dosh is determined according to the position of Mars in some houses in the birth chart. If Mars is situated in the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th and 12th house in the Ascendant Horoscope then that person has Manglik Dosh. If both Mars and Saturn are in the seventh house, then this Manglik Dosh is said to be most serious.

Effects of Manglik Dosh

When Mars is located in the first house: It represents an unhealthy married life leading to unnecessary conflict. This can lead to violence and physical assault which in turn can lead to stress, depression or divorce.

When Mars is located in the second house: Family life will suffer. This may include personal as well as professional matters.

When Mars is located in the fourth house: This person will face financial issues and cannot remain stable in the job profile. This situation will cause adverse effects on the professional front.

When Mars is located in the seventh house: This will lead to the development of a person who will be very ill-tempered, dominate and dictatorial over his partner. Such a situation will ultimately not enable the person to maintain a cordial relationship with family members.

When Mars is located in the eighth house: Such a person will be lazy and will not be able to keep pace with himself or her elders and thus lose the ancestral property.

When Mars is located in the twelfth house: These individuals will develop many enemies and will also suffer from mental and financial problems.

Sometimes the effects of being Manglik are reported to be very intense. This means that serious problems will occur in married life and this can lead to breakdowns, constant fighting and even death of a partner or both.

Remedies for Manglik Dosh

If Mars is defective in your horoscope, then you should not dig the ground inside the house and put an oven or oven on it at the time of marriage. A person should drain an empty earthen pot in running water. If there is a Mangal Dosh in eating the eighth, then a widow should take her blessings. Also, if there is Mars in the eighth house in the horoscope of the girl, then while making roti, sprinkle cold water on the pan and make roti. Let’s know some simple remedies for Mangal Dosh ….

  1. Tie the fennel in a red cloth and keep the fennel tied in a red cloth where you sleep.
  2. If you are getting your house built, then red stone must be installed in that house.
  3. Mars is also auspicious by feeding sweets to brothers.
  4. Take red clothes and tie two handfuls of lentils in it and donate it to a beggar on Tuesday.
  5. It is said that on Tuesday, take sindoor from the feet of Hanumanji and apply his vaccine on the forehead.
  6. Feed jaggery and gram to the monkeys.
  7. Plant and care for red flowers or trees in your home.

If you have Manglik Dosh and you want to get rid of it, then you should tell us by commenting in the comment box below. So that we can tell you its solution.

Peepal Tree And Its Worship In Indian Culture

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The peepal tree or Pipal (Ficus Religiosa) is considered to be one of the most sacred trees in our Hindu culture for ages. Even Jains and Buddhists worship the Peepal tree. Since ancient times it is said that when there is no hope left for a particular thing or output you expect is not attained, then peepal tree can come to your rescue. All your worries can flush away if you make offerings to the tree and perform certain rituals.

How does it look

It’s a large semi-evergreen tree with a heavy and wide trunk. The tree can grow up to 30 meters (98 ft). It has light gray bark that is smooth and peels in patches. The leaves are long and are heart-shaped with tapering tips. It produces fruits that look like small balls and is purple when ripe.

Where is it found

You can find this in the Indian subcontinent, southwest China and Indochina. Mostly because the atmospheric conditions in these places favor its growth.

Why is peepal considered to be the most sacred tree

  • In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says, “I am the Peepal tree(ashvattha) among the trees. Hence people consider it to be Lord Vishnu.
  • It is believed that in the tree there reside – The  Trimurti
  • The roots being Brahma
  • The trunk Vishnu and
  • The leaves Shiva
  • Said to be the abode of God and our ancestors.
  • It is a source of energy and eradicates negative vibes.
  • Well known for its healing qualities. (medicinal values)
  • Considered to be a source of good health, luck, fortune, childbirth, wisdom.

Which sectors of your life can change by worship of Peepal tree

  • Marriage (removes all the unnecessary troubles in your marriage)
  • Children (helpful for the growth and development of your children)
  • It makes you a better human being by bringing stability in thoughts and actions.
  • Improve the money inflow (develop your business or upgrade your job skills).
  • Brings in luck, fortune, and intelligence.
  • Health (Eradicate all health-related issues or disorders)
  • Horoscope issues can be resolved. (eg: Mangal dosh, Navagrah badha, Shani sadesati, Rahu and Ketu issues)

Things to do according to the grahs prevailing in your life

  1. Moon: Take a bath after putting the wood of the Peepal tree in your bathing water.
  2. Mangal Grah: Offer water from the copper vessel and take 8 rounds of the divine tree.
  3. Mercury: Offer green lentil (masoor) on Wednesday and take 3 rounds around the tree. Along with that offer a diya of chameli oil.
  4. Jupiter: Exploit the color yellow. On a Thursday offer yellow sweets, turmeric water, and yellow flowers. Offer a mix of milk and water to a Peepal tree during the evening.
  5. Rahu: Offer honey to the tree on Saturday.
  6. Ketu: Offer gangajal and light a Deepak of alsi oil.
  7. Shani: On every Saturday offer jaggery water mixed with raw milk, light up an incense stick and go around the tree 7 times, light diya with mustard oil in the evening.

Rituals to follow to eradicate specific problem situations

  • Women tie red dhaga or cloth around the trunk of the tree to attain a son.
  • It is worshiped on Saturdays to obtain wealth since it is said that goddess Lakshmi sits under the tree on that specific day.
  • Earn benefits for your children by watering the plant.
  • By establishing a shiv ling under the Peepal tree and worshiping it regularly you can earn materialistic happiness.
  • Recite Hanuman Chalisa sitting under a Peepal tree to attain a positive soul.
  • Take 11 leaves of a Peepal tree, sit under the tree and write Sri Ram with Chandan paste on each of the leaves. Offer them to Lord Hanuman to get freed from all obstacles and hindrances.
  • If the business is not booming worship Peepal tree on Monday. Pluck a fresh leaf and put it in the cashbox Wood of Peepal tree is used for Grah Shanti pooja. On Saturday take a peepal leave and engrave a swastika sign in it with sandalwood paste. Put it under your seat where you work and perform it till the upcoming 7 Saturdays. On the eighth Saturday collect all these 7 leaves and drop them off at a secluded spot.
  • Chronic illness or diseases can be nullified if you water the tree daily as well as touch the root of the tree with your left hand. The concerned person can also keep a peepal leaf under his pillow.
  • Couples who are not able to give birth to a child can take a peepal leaf and dip it in water for at least an hour. Take the leaf out and keep it under a tree. The couple should then drink the water and it will surely be beneficial.
  • If afflicted with Forefather’s debts then water the peepal tree till 43 days except for Sundays.
  • If you are not able to prosper in life the worship by offering a diya of camphor (Kapoor).
  • If you seem to have Manglik dosha then soak the leaves of Peepal tree and take bath with that water.

Scientific significance

It’s not just that it is religiously significant but it also has great scientific importance. The peepal tree emanates a great amount of oxygen. Going around the tree during morning hours is said to give the worshiper an abundance of oxygen supply. This tree is also said to possess a good amount of medicinal properties. Its leaves, wood, roots, and bark are the source of remedy for many diseases. The parts of this plant also dominate the Ayurvedic studies.

The untold story of the daughters of Lord Shiva

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Lord Shiva the supreme God among the Trimurti has many stories about his origin and existence in the Indian Mythology. He is said to be the most furious but benevolent God in history. He was a Yogi who lived a simple and disciplined life on Mount Kailash. He started forming a household only when Goddess Parvati came into his life.

Many must have heard all the incidents and stories of Lord Shiva but very few are aware about his children. We all know that he had two sons Kartikeya and Ganesha but in reality he had three sons and three daughters. Surprising but true! Shiva’s three daughters are worshipped even today in different parts of the country.

His three sons were

  • Kartikeya
  • Ganesha
  • Ayyappa

He had three daughters

  • Ashok Sundari
  • Manasa
  • Jyoti

Let’s discuss about the proofs of the existence of Shiva’s daughters

They are mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Readers can refer Rudra Samhita: Section II – Sati Khanda of Shiva Purana.

Ashok Sundari

ashok sundari

Famous theist Devdutt pattanaik said that the story of Ashok Sundari comes from the vrat-kathas of Gujurat and neighbouring areas. Her birth is recorded in detail in the religious scripture, ‘Padma Purana’.

Since Parvati used to feel lonely she created Ashok Sundari from a tree. Her name was Ashok since her presence removed all the sorrows and sundari since she is said to be quite beautiful. She is said to be associated with salt since she hid behind a sack of salt when Ganesha was beheaded by Lord Shiva. She is mainly worshiped in Gujarat.

Jyoti

jyoti

She was born from the aura of light of Lord Shiva and hence is named Jyoti. She is the complete representation of the grace Lord Shiva possessed. She is known to the people as Hindu Goddess of light. She is also termed as Goddess Rayaki who is associated with the Vedic Raka, and also as Goddess Jwalaimukhi in the North India.

She is majorly worshipped in quite a lot of temples in Tamil Nadu.

Manasa

manasa daughter of Lord Shiva

Manasa is known among people to be the Goddess who cures snakebites. She is said to be born when Lord Shiva’s semen touched a statue carved by the mother of snakes ‘Kadru’. This incident gave birth to her as Shiva’s daughter but not Parvati’s. She was the one who saved Lord Shiva when he drank poison during the “Samandar Manthan”or “Amrit Manthan”.

It is said that she was ill treated by Parvati since she thought her to be Shiva’s secret wife. Myth also says that she was bad tempered due to rejection by her father, husband and step-mother.

She is majorly worshipped in Bengal. There’s no particular idol representing her, instead she is worshipped in the form of a branch of a tree, an earthen pot or snake. She is worshipped mostly during the rainy season when snakes are seen abundantly. She is believed to cure snake bites, and infectious diseases like chickenpox.

Mythology is vast and has many hidden stories associated with it. The way we happened to discover the existence of the ultimate God’s daughters, there may be many more lying under the abode of this universe.

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Ravana and what message do his 10 heads give us

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Ravana was a great warrior, but he is portrayed as a negative personality in Indian history due to his evil karmas during the Treta Yuga. But few know that this character was a great scholar, a magnificent ruler and a worshipper of Lord Shiva. Apart from this he is very famous because of the 10 heads he possessed and hence known as “Dashagriva”. But do you know the story behind his ferocious 10 heads?

Some say that his 10 heads were an optical illusion which was caused due to a necklace of 9 pearls given by his mother. And others say that to please Shiva, Ravan had axed his own head but every time he did so a new head grew. This happened for 10 times and this is how he got 10 heads.

History says that his heads depicted 6 Shastras and 4 Vedas he had attained in his life.

  • Sankhyashastra (Mathematics)
  • Yog Shastra (Yoga as a way of life, meditation)
  • Nyayashastra (Law and administration)
  • Vaisheshik Shastra (Physics, astronomy, mechanics)
  • Purvamimansa (Philosophy, Justification)
  • Uttar Mimansa Shastra
  • Rigveda
  • Yajurveda
  • Samveda

Let’s now discuss about what each of his head represents.

  1. Kaam – Lust (Loving parts of the body of the opposite gender)
    2. Krodha – Anger (Loving/expecting perfection in others)
    3. Moha – Delusion (Loving your family & friends)
    4. Lobha – Greed (Loving fame, money, children and things)
    5. Mada – Pride (Loving one’s perfect self)
    6. Maatsarya – Envy (Loving the possessions)
    7. Manas – Mind (Loving self knowledge)
    8. Buddhi – Intellect (Loving/wanting to be no.1)
    9. Chita – Will (Loving the future)
    10. Ahamkara – Ego (Loving your designation, your post or qualifications)

It is said that every human being has Ram as well as Ravan inside their heads. It depends on the person solely that which character they want themselves to be represented as.

These 10 heads depicts the negativity a person can have and hence, we can take steps accordingly to spot them out and eradicate these forms of maya to attain a Ram like character.

Temples in India where Men are not allowed

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For the last six months or so, we have been reading about news, views, and articles on temples in India where women were not allowed entry. India is a religious country, the issue of women entering restricted premises at holy places such as Shani Shingnapur or Sabarmila or Ayyappa temple became a burning topic across the nation.

Recently, the Bombay High Court had ruled in favor of women’s’ entry in temples, stating that they cannot be barred from Shani Shingnapur as it was their fundamental right.

But, why talk about women alone. There are places of worship/temples in India where men are barred from entering the premise at all or on select days and occasions. Yes, temples where only women are allowed. Whether the men will protest or seek Court intervention for entering such premises remains a different matter, we would like to highlight six such temples where men are not allowed.

Attukal Temple

attukal-temple

The Attukal Bhagavathy Temple located in Kerala is one such temple where women are the dominant force. The temple’s Pongal festival – a festival where millions of women participate – has also made it to the Guinness Book of World Records. This festival is regarded as the largest gathering of women for any religious activity. Pongal is a 10-day festival that falls during February & March and women offer bangles to the goddess (Devi).

Chakkulathukavu Temple

chakkulathukavu-temple

Chakkulathukavu Temple is another temple in Kerala dedicated to the Goddess Bhagavathi. It follows peculiar annual rituals called ‘Naari Puja’.On the first Friday of December called Dhanu, the male priest washes the feet of female devotees who have fasted for 10 days.

Lord Brahma

lord-brahma

The temple of Lord Brahma at Pushkar in Rajasthan is one of the most prominent temples of Lord Brahma. The married men are not allowed to enter in temple. Once in a year, Kartik Poornima of the Hindu lunar month of Kartik religious festival is held in Brahma honor. The temple dates back to the 14th century.

BhagatiMaaKumari

bhagatimaakumari

The Bhagat Maa temple in Kanya Kumari, Kerala. It is said that Maa Parvati went to a lonely site in the mid of the ocean for Tapasya. She tried very hard Tapasya for getting Lord Shiva as her husband. So in this temple, only women are allowed, men are prohibited there. This is a famous temple of Kanya Kumari, where Kanya Maa Bhagawati Durga is worshiped by women only.

Mata temple

In a Muzaffarpur Bihar, there is a one Mata temple were during the time of special period – only women devotees are allowed to enter the temple. Even the Pujari of the temple is not allowed to enter the premises.

Karwa Chauth 2021 Date, Story, Rituals, and Vrat Vidhi

Karwa Chauth is an important Hindu fasting festival for married women. Karwa Chauth – “Karwa” is the Hindi synonym of the word pot & “Chauth” means fourth. The festival is celebrated on the fourth day of Kartik month. It is also known as Karva Chauth and Karaka Chaturthi. On this day, Married women perform fast from sunrise to moonrise for the wellness and long life of their husbands. Unmarried girls also celebrate this festival for the sake of getting the desired life partner.

Karwa Chauth Date and Muhurat

Karwa Chauth festival is widely celebrated by married women of India and most commonly celebrated in Northern India. It falls 4 days after the full moon day (Sharad Purnima). In 2021 Karwa Chauth falls on Sunday, 24 October; which is the Krishna Paksha Chaturthi in the Hindu month of Kartik.

Puja Muhurat, Fasting Time and Moon-rise Time

The puja timing depends on the timing of the moon rise. Hence, in different locations, its puja timing may vary.

Muhurat In Delhi (Approx.)

Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat – 05:43 PM to 06:59 PM
Duration – 01 Hour 17 Min
Karwa Chauth Upavasa Time – 06:27 AM to 08:07 PM
Duration – 13 Hours 40 Min
Moonrise on Karwa Chauth Day – 08:07 PM

Muhurat In Mumbai (Approx.)

Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat – 06:09 PM to 07:24 PM
Duration – 01 Hour 15 Min
Karwa Chauth Upavasa Time – 06:36 AM to 08:46 PM
Duration – 14 Hours 11 Mins
Moonrise on Karwa Chauth Day – 08:46 PM

Muhurat In Ahmedabad (Approx.)

Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat – 06:07 PM to 07:22 PM
Duration – 01 Hour 15 Mins
Karwa Chauth Upavasa Time – 06:40 AM to 08:39 PM
Duration – 13 Hours 59 Mins
Moonrise on Karwa Chauth Day – 08:39 PM

To know accurate moonrise time in your location; you can visit Drikpanchang

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Karwa Chauth Story (Katha)

There are many legends of the Karwa Chauth festival. Here is some must known stories of Karwa Chauth. Among them the story of queen Veeravati is most prominent.

Legend of Queen Veeravati

Mythology states about a beautiful queen Veeravati who was the only sister of seven loving brothers. After her marriage, she observed fast of first Karwa Chauth following her brother’s wives and mother. Her brothers asked to have dinner with her at night, however, she denied to eat anything before moonrise. Her brothers loved her very much and were not able to see their sister standing the rigors of fasting and desperately waiting for the moon to rise. The seven brothers were very disturbed watching the distress of their sister and decided to end her fast by deceiving her.

Then the brothers created a mirror-like image with the help of fire through Pipal tree leaves and asked her sister to break the fast. Veervati asked her brother wives to break the fast as well. But they said her that your brothers are deceiving you, the moon had not risen yet. But Veervati avoided their words. The sister, taken it as moonrise, broke the fast and ate food. The moment the queen ate her dinner, she received the news that her husband was dead. She immediately rushed to her husband and on her way she met Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. She performed the Karwa Chauth rituals under strict rituals with complete devotion and brought her husband back to life. Parvati advised observing this vrat carefully.

Other Stories

Another Karwa Chauth story states that earlier, girls used to get married, go and live with their in-laws in very remote villages. Everyone would be a stranger there for the new bride. In case she had any problems with her husband or in-laws, she would have no one to talk to or seek support from. Her own parents and relatives would be quite far and unreachable. Telephones, buses, and trains were not heard of in those days. People had to walk almost a whole day to go from one place to other.

Once the girl left her parent’s home for in-laws, she might not be back before long. Thus the custom started that, at the time of marriage, when the bride would reach her in-laws, she would befriend another woman there who would be her friend (Kangan-saheli) or sister (Dharam-Behn) for life. It would be similar to god-friends or god-sisters. Their friendship would be sanctified through a small Hindu ceremony right during the marriage. The bride’s friend would usually be of the same age (or slightly older), married into the same village (so that she would not go away) and not directly related to her in-laws (so there was no conflict of interest later). Emotionally and psychologically, it would be very healthy and comforting for the bride to have her own ‘relative’ near her.

Once the bride and this woman had become god-friends or god-sisters, they would recognize their relationship as such. They would treat each other like real sisters. During any issues later in life, involving even the husband or in-laws, these women would be able to confidently talk or seek help from each other. Moreover, the bride’s parents would treat her friend just like their own daughter. Thus Karwa Chauth started as a festival to celebrate this special bond of friendship between the brides and their god-friends.

Important Rituals of Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth Mehndi

Applying Henna in their pretty hands is something they can not skip in Karwa Chauth. In Hindu tradition, it is said that applying Henna during vrat enhances longevity, brings in spiritual enlightenment and intensifies fertility of husbands. Howbeit, these art forms of Mehndi verily depend upon the states they belong, culture they follow, region they are into and their personal choices as well as the time they have. Here is some prodigious Mehndi designs.

Karwa Chauth Sargi

Sargi is the very first ritual performed early in the morning before sunrise.  Gulping every edible stuff of a special Thali- holding different types of foods and cuisines is a must-do ritual to remain fit and energetic during the day till sunset. As they cannot even have a sip of liquid after sunrise and can only break their fasts after peeking the moon, subsequent to the Karwa Chauth traditions.

karwa chauth sargi

Karwa Chauth Baya

In some regions, there is a ritual, conducted by mother-in-laws (saas) of sending a unique gift (Click here for Gifts) to their daughter-in-law (bahu) on this notable Hindu festival. This can either be an exquisite Thali containing 16 stuffs (solah-shringar) or a token of love (care) through money or sweets.

Baya
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Karwa Chauth Shringar

However, fasting ritual is considered the toughest among all these ceremonial rituals because a lady cannot even gulp a single drop of water in the course of Karwa Chauth fasting till moonrise. Hence, the only way to get stressed out is to think more about looking bonzer (attractive) by beautifying yourself differently with Solah Shringar.

Solah Shringar

Narration of vrat Katha

Prior to Karwa Chauth puja, the foremost or the eldest married lady tells the fasting story (vrat Katha) to the folks present there in the vicinity, followed by a couple of solemn rituals and traditional ceremonies.

Sieving moon in the evening

The Custom of catching a glimpse of the moon is a mandatory ceremony while performing rituals during the moon-rise. The fasting lady takes a quick glance of the shining moon for the long life and prosperity of her husband.

Breaking the fast and exchanging gifts

Being one of the hardest fasts after the wedding, it does not even allow women to eat (and drink), the whole day. Therefore, they crave for breaking it to have their self-made fingerlings food only after performing all the rituals and taking a glance to the moon with the strainer. They also await their loving husbands to gesture them with a gift, eventually. Here are some special gift ideas.

Karwa Chauth Vrat Vidhi & Rituals

karwa chauth Ritual

It is not only a fasting festival. Lots of beautiful customs and rituals are associated with it. Its preparation starts much before the day. Women buy traditional attire, shingar items, jewelry for themselves. They also purchase karwa (prominently earthen pot), sieve, matthi, etc. for Puja.

One day before, women decorate their hands with beautiful henna designs. It is said that the darker the color of the henna, the deeper the husband loves her. Karwa Chauth Mehndi is considered auspicious; as it symbolizes prosperity and good luck.

On Karwa Chauth, women wake up early. They eat and drink before sunrise. Sargi is given by the mother in law or anyone elder in the home. It is a Punjabi name of vermicelli kheer. However, now a days sargi is also given along with feni ( a sweet dish), matthi, shingar items, jewelry, clothes. When the day starts, the women folk spend decorating themselves. The women observes first Karwa Chauth; wear their wedding apparels and look like brides. Women get themselves ready with beautiful attire and accessories. They wear new bangles. They observe fast from sunrise till moonrise. In the evening the ladies sit in circle and pass each other thali. Karwa Chauth story is being heard. Women worship the holy God Shiva and Goddess Parvati with ten earthen pots (Karwas) filled with sweets. After the completion of the ritual, these Karwas are distributed to daughters and sisters.

After the sighting of the Moon women to break their fast. Women see the moon through a sieve and then see their husbands through the sieve. After this, the husbands give their wife her first sip of water for the day and some sweet. It is also believed that the couple enjoys a prosperous married life that lasts for as many pores as there are in the sieve. It is also said that the ritual of looking at the husband through the sieve removes all the evil effects from him. Traditionally, a gift is given to daughter’s mother in law on her first Karwa Chauth which comprises of feeke maththis, dry fruits and gifts. The gift is also referred as “Baya”.

Step by step Vrat Vidhi

  1. In the morning, retire from routine work and take resolution and start the fast.
  2. Do not take refreshments on the day of fasting.
  3. After taking bath in the morning on the day of fasting, start this Karwa Chauth fast by saying this resolution-
  4. At the time of worship in the morning, the fast is started with the chanting of this mantra – ‘मम सुखसौभाग्य पुत्रपौत्रादि सुस्थिर श्री प्राप्तये करक चतुर्थी व्रतमहं करिष्ये।’
  5. Grind the rice by making a plaque from the other on the wall of the temple of the house. Then get this solution done. This ritual is called karwa dharna.
  6. In the evening, sitting in the lap of the statue of Maa Parvati, Sriganesh was seated and placed on a wooden pedestal.
  7. Adorn the beauty of Maa Parvati with ingredients etc.
  8. Worship Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati and worship them by filling water in the Kore Karve.
  9. Luckily women fasting for the whole day and listen to the story of the fast.
  10. Take food and water by your husband only after seeing the moon in the evening.
  11. Husband, the mother-in-law, take the blessings of everyone and end the fast.

Significance of Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is observed to celebrate the friendship, sisterhood and togetherness. Historically, this festival was celebrated as a prayer for the long life of soldiers in the war, and by extension today refers to the long life of a married husband. Apart from this beautiful fasting festival has many significance. It symbolizes Love and Relationship; not only between husband and wife but also with other members of the family. It identifies the importance of a married women in her sasural (in-laws house). Unlike other vrats; Karwa Chauth vrat is a celebration for a married women; to showcase her love and dedication towards her life partner. Unmarried girls observe this festival for the sake of getting the desired life partner.

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