Karwa Chauth, a traditional festival celebrated with great enthusiasm among Hindu families is largely commemorated by married women. Generally, women who are either married or those who are reaching the age of marriage, fast from sunrise to moonrise and pray for the safety and long life of their husbands, fiancés or desired husbands.
Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, and parts of Uttar Pradesh are the states in India where Karwa Chauth is grandly celebrated on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar. Few women do it with water, whereas few go for a rigorous way to observe fast without drinking a drop of water.
Significance of Karwa Chauth
Origin of Karwa Chauth can be traced back in Mahabharat where Savitri begged the death God ‘Yamraja’ to return her husband’s soul. Following the footsteps of Savitri, women celebrate this festival of companionship with a lot of fervour and the preparation starts way ahead. The women wear bright and beautiful dresses and decorate mehndi designs on their hands. The fast is broken only after moon rises.
Here are few beautiful greetings and messages to express your love and care for your loved ones to wish them on the occasion of Karwa Chauth.
May The Moon Light,
Flood Your Life With,
Happiness & Joy,
Peace & Harmony.
Happy Karwa Chauth!
Hope this day strengthens the bond of love between you two.
May the almighty bless you with a happy and long married life.
Happy Karwa Chauth!
Mere Dil Me Aaj He Ye Tammana, Unke Liye Karu Me Koi Kamna, Marte Dum Tak Rahe Jaye Jo Yaad, Karna He Aisa Koi Kaaj….. Ham Rahenge Karwa Chauth Aaj.
Happy Karwa Chauth
On This Blessed Night,
May the Jingling of Churis,
Fill Your Life With Good Luck,
The Twinkling Of Payal,
Announce Your Love For Him,
HAPPY KARWA CHAUTH…!!
Jab Tak Na Dekhe Chahera Aapka, Na Safal Ho Ye Tyohar Hamara, Aapke Bina Adhura He Jivan Hamara, Jaldi Aao Dikhado Apni Surat, Aur Kar Do Karva Chauth Safal Hamara.