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Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat Moon Rise Vrat Puja Time

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat, Moon Rise, Vrat Puja Timings
Written by Chagan

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat, Moon Rise, Vrat Puja Timings :- In western calendar, the holiday usually falls in the months of November and October. The custom of fasting on Karwa Chauth is keenly followed by married women followed by few unmarried females as well. Married women considers this day really particular to seek blessings for her husband’s well being. On this special occasion, girls dressed up in beautiful traditional dresses like sari, salwar kameez, lehenga, etc. and keep fasting from daybreak to twilight. Women especially pray for the well being of the husband to Goddess Gauri (Parvati). This holiday is followed in northern areas of India especially in the states of Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Haryana. Take a look at this write up and learn about Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat, Moon Rise, Vrat Puja Time.

 

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat, Moon Rise, Vrat Puja Timings

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat, Moon Rise, Vrat Puja Timings

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat and Vrat Puja Time

•    The Karwachath festival is on October 19th 2016
•    The puja muhurat of karwachauth 2016 will start in evening 5:31 pm and will end at 6:49 pm
•    Total duration is 1 hour and 18 minutes.

Karwa Chauth 2016 Moon Rise

  • Chaturthi Tithi Begins = 22:47 on 18/Oct/2016
    Chaturthi Tithi Ends = 19:32 on 19/Oct/2016

In the Hindu month of Kartik karwa chauth fasting is done during Krishna Prakash Chaturthi. However, in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Southern India, it is month of Ashwin. It is just the name of the month as per Hindu calendar that differs, otherwise it is celebrated on the same day throughout the country.

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat and Vrat Puja Time

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat and Vrat Puja Time

Karwa Chauth 2016 Shubh Muhurat and Vrat Puja Time

Karwa Chauth is also known as Karak Chaturthi, where in karak or karwa is known as earthen pot which is used to offer water to moon, known as argha. Karwa hold a significant value in the puja of Karwa chauth. As compared to southern states karwa chath hold special celebration in Northern states of India.

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