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Karwa Chauth 2020: Date, fasting time, sargi and all you need to know

Karwa Chauth 2020: Karwa Chauth is a festival of love and trust between a husband and a wife and is widely celebrated in North India.

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Karwa Chauth 2020: Know Moonrise Time in your city, Puja Muhurat and more about the festival

Karwa Chauth 2020: Karwa Chauth is a festival of love and trust between a husband and a wife and is widely celebrated in North India. Although some people call the idea regressive. The ritual to keep women on fast for the well-being of their husbands has adopted the form of a festival across India.

This fast has special significance in Hinduism. Karwa Chauth fast is kept with the wishes of the husband’s long life. This year, the auspicious time of worship on Karva Chauth fast will be from 5:29 pm to 6:48 pm. On this day, the moonrise will be at 8:16 pm. According to Panchang, Chaturthi Tithi will begin on November 4 at 03:24. The Chaturthi date will be until November 5 at 5:14 pm. Karwa Chauth day is also known as Karak Chaturthi. This year, it will be celebrated on November 4.

Here’s all you need to know: 

Karwa Chauth Shubh Muhurat

This year, the auspicious time of worship on Karva Chauth fast will be from 5:29 pm to 6:48 pm. On this day, the moonrise will be at 8:16 pm. According to Panchang, Chaturthi Tithi will begin on November 4 at 03:24. The Chaturthi date will be until November 5 at 5:14 pm.

Karwa Chauth Fasting Time

Observe your fast from 05.43 am to 07.40 pm.

What is Sargi?

It is the pre-dawn meal that comes from the mother-in-law before the daughter-in-law starts her fasting. It contains cooked food, dry fruits, sweets, Diya, matri, dahi, etc.

Compare to South Indian states, Karwa Chauth is more popular in North Indian states. After four days of Karwa Chauth, Ahoi Ashtami Vrat is observed for the wellbeing of sons, as per Drikpanchang.

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