Karwa Chauth Calendar
Karwa Chauth is one of the most significant Indian festivals for every married woman in India. Every year, it falls on the fourth day after a full moon day in the month of Kartik (as per Hindi Calendar). As per English Karwa Chauth 2019 Calendar, it falls either in the month of October or November. To mark this special occasion, every Hindu married (mostly of the Northern state) women tend to observe a day-long fast for the well-being, long life of their husbands. “Karwa” means an earthen pot with a nozzle, which symbolises the peace and prosperity which seems to be a prerequisite of the rituals, whereas “Chauth” means the fourth day (basically, the day this festival is celebrated). As per the history of this festival is concerned, it was started to be celebrated in the honour of those married soldiers who fought for the nation. To pray for their security, their wives used to keep this fast while praying for their long lives
The fast begins with the sunrise and ends with the moonrise. To keep us with the tradition, some of the unmarried women also tend to keep this fast to get a loving husband, in future. This year, Karwa Chauth falls on October 17, 2019, and the muhurat of the pooja is a period of 1 hour and 16 minutes. As the timing of the moonrise is of utmost importance on this day, so check the Karwa Chauth 2019 noteworthy dates and time, from below.
Karwa Chauth 2019 Falls On: October 17, Thursday
Pooja Starts: 5:46 PM
Pooja Ends: 7:02 PM
Estimated Moon Rise: 8:20 PM
No wonder, it is a difficult fast as these Suhagans doesn’t touch even a drop of water, on this day. They can only break their fast by drinking a glass of water from their husband’s hands after seeing the moon and their husbands through a decorated sieve. Once we have discussed all the details of karwa chauth puja calendar, let’s go through the previous year’s karwa chauth calendar online.
Karwa Chauth Dates of Years - 2009 to 2025
With changing thoughts and times, the husband also tends to keep a fast along with the lady. This festival is celebrated with great vigour among all the married Hindu women, throughout the country. They dress up like a bride in a wedding dress or a red saree to perform the rituals. Not just to celebrate the joy of and happy status of wifehood, this festival is also celebrated to enjoy the company and companionship of relatives and friends. It is one of the best times to appreciate the presence of your loved ones over some fancy karwa chauth gifts.
So, celebrate the karwa chauth 2019 to seek “Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava” (May you always be lucky as a married woman) blessings from your elders and other loved ones.