Karwa Chauth 2021: When will the fast of Karwa Chauth be observed this year? Note down the date, auspicious time, worship method, time of moon rise and complete list of ingredients.
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Karwa Chauth 2021
Karwa Chauth has a lot of importance in Hinduism. This fast is observed by married women for the long life of their husbands.
Nirjala fast is observed on Karva Chauth. Karva Chauth fast is observed every year on the Chaturthi Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month.
Makeup is also very important in this fast. The fast is broken in the evening after worshiping the moon.
Let us know the complete list of Karva Chauth fasting date, worship method and ingredients
Karva chauth 2021 Date
This year, Karva Chauth fast will be observed on October 24.
Chaturthi date starts – 24th October from 3:1 am in the morning
Chaturthi date ends – October 25 at 5:43 am
Moon setting time – 8.11 pm at night. The timing of moonrise may change in different cities.
Auspicious time for worship
On October 24, from 6.55 pm to 8.51 pm in the evening.
This year is being an auspicious coincidence
This year, the moon of Karva Chauth will come out in Rohini Nakshatra. According to astrological beliefs, Rohini Nakshatra is considered very auspicious.
Wake up early in the morning and take bath.
After taking bath, clean the temple and light the flame.
Worship The Deities For Karwa chauth 2021
Take a vow of Nirjala fast.
The Shiva family is worshiped on this holy day.
First of all worship Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha is worshiped before any auspicious work.
Worship Mata Parvati, Lord Shiva and Lord Kartikeya.
Moon is worshiped in the fasting of Karva Chauth 2021.
After seeing the moon, look at the husband through a sieve.
After this the fast is broken by the husband by giving water to the wife.
Also read- 3 Best Sweet Ideas For Fasting
Karva chauth 2021 worship material
Sandalwood, honey, incense sticks, flowers, raw milk, sugar, pure ghee, curd, sweets, Gangajal, akshat (rice), vermilion, henna, mahawar, comb, bindi, chunari, bangle, nettle, earthen spout and lid, Deepak, cotton, camphor, wheat, sugar powder, turmeric, water bottle, yellow clay for making gauri, wooden seat, sieve, eight puri’s athavari, pudding and money for dakshina (donation) etc.