Karva Chauth Significance | Importance of Karwa Chauth Festival

Karva Chauth, also known as Karka Chaturthi, is one of the biggest North Indian Hindu traditional festivals. Karva Chauth is a great festival dedicated to the sacred relationship of husband and wife. Hindu marriage allocates some responsibilities and duties to both wife and husband. This festival reminds them their duties to perform certain rituals or […]

Karva Chauth 2013

Karva Chauth is annual festival celebrated by Hindu and some Sikh women in North India and some parts of Pakistan. It is mainly celebrated in Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat. In 2013, Karva Chauth date is October 22, Tuesday. Karva Chauth falls on the fourth day following […]

15 October 2011, Karva Chauth Vrat, Sankashti Chaturthi

Saturday, 15 October 2011 is Karva Chauth Vrat. It is mainly celebrated by married women in North India for better health of their husband and marital bliss. It is observed on fourth day of Karthik month in Hindi calendar. Karva Chauth vrat fasting begins before the sunrise on this day and concludes after moonrise in […]