Karwa Chauth 2021: Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi, Puja Time, Katha in English and Moonrise Time

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Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi and Katha in English – Karwa Chauth 2021 – In India, married women celebrate Karvachauth for the long life and well-being of their husbands. On this day, married women worship Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Kartikeya, and Lord Ganesha. They fast without food and water and open the fast only after offering water to the moon. This year, Karva Chauth’s fast will be observed on 24 October. Know the significance of Karwa Chauth Vrat, Karwa Chauth puja vidhi, karwa chauth katha in English, Karwa Chauth date and muhurat.
karwa chauth puja vidhi and katha in english

Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi and Katha in English

Significance of Karwa Chauth Vrat

Karvachauth is also known as ‘Karakachurthi’ as it falls on the fourth day of Krishna paksha of Kartik month as per Hindu panchang. The fast starts with women eating food early in the morning before sunrise called ‘sargi’. Hindu married women keep this fast for long life and well being of their husbands. Full karwa chauth pooja vidhi is given below.

Karwa Chauth 2021 date, muhurat, puja time, moonrise time

Karwa Chauth 2021 date is 24 October

Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat – 05:43 PM to 06:59 PM

Karwa Chauth Upavasa Time – 06:27 AM to 08:07 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins – 03:01 AM on 24 October 2021

Chaturthi Tithi Ends – 05:43 AM on 25 October 2021

Moonrise time on Karwa Chauth 2021 in Delhi is estimated to be around 08:07 PM. However, as we all know it often gets late on this special day.

Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi and Katha in English

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Karwa chauth katha in english

A very long time ago, a brahmin named Vedsharma lived in the city of Indraprasthapur. He had seven sons and one daughter named Veeravati. She was pampered by her parents as also her brothers who loved her very much. When the time came and she attained youth, she got married.

Once Veeravati came to her maternal home and kept fast for her husband on Karva Chauth. When all the brothers sat down to eat, they asked their sister to have food too. But the sister said that today is my Karva Chauth fast and I will eat food only after offering water to the moon.

The brothers could not bear the condition of their sister who was feeling very weak for staying without food and water. The brothers made a plan to trick her into eating food. They lit a lamp on a tree away from the house and one brother stood with the sieve in front of the lamp to make it look like a moon.

Veeravati’s brothers told her that the moon has come out and she can offer water to the moon and open her fast. Her sisters-in-law tried to tell her that this is not the moon and is rather a trick by her brothers. But, she did not believe them and instead believing her brothers, offered Argh and opened her fast.

Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi and Katha in English

When she started having her meal, many bad omens happened. She found hair in her first bite and sneezed as soon as she picked up the second bite. By the time she picked up the third bite, she got a message from her in-laws to return home immediately. On reaching her home, she found her husband lifeless.

She started crying and blamed herself for committing some mistakes while fasting. Her mourning melted the heart of Goddess Indrani who came to console her. She told Veeravati about the mistake she did unknowingly and advised her to observe fast on Chauth (the fourth day) of every month till the Karwa Chauth. She did exactly that and followed all rituals. On the day of Karwa Chauth next year, she kept a fast and followed all rituals with full devotion. By the blessings of Maa Parvati, her husband got out of his deep sleep.

Like Veeravati, all married women who fast on this day with full devotion are blessed by Maa Parvati to enjoy a long and happy married life.

Must read: Karwa Chauth: What, when, how and why?

Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi and Katha in English

  • Get up before sunrise, around 4 am, and take a bath.
  • Take a pledge for your husband’s long life, health, and good fortune.
  • Eat whatever you can before sunrise, fresh fruits, dry fruits, fresh coconut, sweets, milk, tea or pheniya (vermicelli) prepared with milk. Drink water so you can stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • You would fast throughout the day and cannot eat or drink anything till you offer argh (water) to the moon.
  • In the evening you have to worship Lord Shiva-Parvati, Swami Karthikeya and Ganesh. Readout Karwa Chauth Katha. You can either read it yourself at home, go to the temple close by or join the group of other ladies who are fasting. In every colony women generally get-together to perform puja in the evening.
  • Take out some food, fruits, dry fruits, sweets, milk or whatever you can for offering at the temple. Add all the shringar items used by married women like bindi, sindoor, mehndi, ribbon for hair, bangles, etc.
  • Keep a small karva (lota – a round vessel) filled with water when you listen to the story. Don’t forget to add some rice into the water-filled lota. Keep this water safe and this is the water that you will offer to the moon later.
  • When the moon rises, make a diya from whole wheat flour with desi ghee. Light this and keep this in front of a sieve in a plate. First, have a look at the moon through the sieve and then look at your husband through the sieve. Offer water to the moon. Offer a little sweet to the moon.
  • Now your fast is complete and you can drink the water and eat food.
  • In most of the households, it is mandatory to cook a whole dal, rice, aloo-puri on the fast day.

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