Karwa Chauth 2023 Date: Married ladies in India conduct the traditional Hindu fasting ritual known as Karwa Chauth with tremendous dedication. Women pray for their spouses’ health and longevity on this fortunate day. In the Hindu month of Kartik, it is often observed on the fourth day following the full moon. The lunisolar calendar, which takes into consideration all astronomical positions, is the foundation of Karva Chauth. On the fourth day following the full moon, the event takes place.
Karwa Chauth 2023 Date and Time of Puja Muhurat
Karwa Chauth 2023 will be observed this year on November 1, 2023. The Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat will start at 05:01 PM and run for one hour and seventeen minutes, ending at 06:18 PM.
Check out the following Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi:
- Hindu women who are married should get up early, preferably before the sun rises, take a bath, and change into fresh attire.
- Choose a spotless, peaceful area to sit and make a Sankalp (promise) to keep the fast for your husband’s health and longevity.
- Arrange all the objects needed for the puja and place an idol or portrait of Goddess Parvati there.
- Now begin the puja procedures and abstain from food and liquids for the entire day.
- Present the Goddess Parvati’s image or idol with rice, water, flowers, and kumkum. You can also bring candies.
- Gather the other women who are fasting and listen to the Karwa Chauth Katha, which tells the tale of
- Queen Veeravati and her fidelity to her husband, in the evening.
- Prepare for the moon sighting by setting up a thali (plate) with a diya, a karwa (pitcher), some sweets, and chawal when it is time for the moonrise (rice).
- When the moon rises, hold the thali in your hands, look at it through a sieve, give it water (arghya) and ask the moon to grant your husband a long life.
- Look through the sieve to see your husband’s face after seeing the moon. Your spouse will now give you food and drink to break your fast.
- Take a sip of water and then eat something sweet. Your fast is now complete.
Watch Video: Vrat Katha Karwa Chauth
In Hindi, chauth means “fourth,” and karva is another term for “pot.” This alludes to the fact that the event takes place on the fourth day of the dark fortnight, or Krishna paksha, in the month of Kartika. The celebration is known as Karaka Chaturthi in Sanskrit texts, where karaka is the name for an earthenware water pitcher and chaturthi is the name for the fourth day of the Hindu lunar month.