Karva Chauth tomorrow, pay attention to auspicious time, moonrise time, worship method, and fast story
Karva Chauth 2022 Vrat Katha in English: Karva Chauth fasting has special significance in Hinduism. On this day the fast is broken by offering Ardhya to the moon. Know how many Muhurtas are there for worship on the day of Karva Chauth?
Karva Chauth 2022 Muhurta, Worship Method and Vrat Story: Karva Chauth Vrat has special significance in Hinduism. This fast is considered very special for married couples. As is certain, this year the fast of Karva Chauth will be observed by Hindu married women on Thursday, 13 October. Let us tell you that according to the Hindu calendar, Karva Chauth fast is celebrated every year on the fourth date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month (October). This year Chaturthi Tithi is starting from 01:59 PM on 12th October, which will remain till 03.08 AM on 14th October.
Importance of Karva Chauth Vrat-
The fast of Karva Chauth is considered a festival to strengthen the relationship between husband and wife. On this day, Hindu married women worship Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati for the long life of their husbands. Ardhya is offered to the moon at night. Moon is considered to be the significator of happiness, peace, and age. It is believed that by worshiping them, married life becomes happy. On this day women observe Nirjala fast for the long life of their husbands.
Nirjala fast is observed by-
It is believed that by observing the fast of Karva Chauth, the husband gets a long life. On this day, in some places, there is a law to eat Sargi early in the morning. After this worship is done in the afternoon and Arghya is offered to the moon at the night.
Karva Chauth Vrat Puja Muhurta-
- Brahma Muhurta – 4:41 am to 5:31 pm
- Abhijeet Muhurta – 11:44 AM to 12:30 PM
- Vijay Muhurta – 2:03 PM to 2:49 PM
- Twilight Muhurta – 5:42 PM to 6:06 PM
- Amrit Kaal – 4:08 PM to 5:50 PM
Karva Chauth Puja Method-
- Wake up early in the morning and take bath.
- After this, clean the temple and light a lamp.
Worship the gods.
- Take the fast of Nirjala Vrat.
- Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Ganesha, and Lakshmi are worshiped on this holy day.
- First of all worship Ganesh Ji. Ganesh Ji is worshiped before any auspicious work.
- Worship Shiva family i.e. Mata Parvati, Lord Shiva, and his son Kartikeya.
- As you all know, on the day of Karva Chauth, the moon is worshiped as a deity at night.
- After seeing the moon, a married woman looks at her husband through a sieve.
- After this, the husband gives water to his wife and ends her fast. After that have a family meal.
Story of Karva Chauth fasting
A moneylender had seven boys and one girl. Along with Sethani, his daughter-in-law and daughter had kept the fast of Karva Chauth. When the moneylender’s boys prepared for dinner, they asked their sister for food. On this, the sister told that today is her fast and that food can be eaten only by offering Ardhya to the moon.
The youngest brother, unable to see his sister’s condition, lights a lamp on a distant tree and throws it in a sieve. Which appears as if there is a moon of Chaturthi. Seeing him, offering Ardhya, she sits down to eat. She sneezes as soon as she puts the first piece in her mouth. When she applies the second piece, the hair comes out from it and the third piece is put in her mouth, only then she gets the news of her husband’s death. She gets very sad.
His sister-in-law tells the truth about why this happened to her. The Gods are angry with her for breaking the fast wrongly. Karva then decides that she will not perform the last rites of her husband and will bring him back to life with her purity. She sits near the dead body of her husband for a whole year. takes care of him. She keeps on collecting the grass (like a needle) growing on it.
A year later, when Chauth day comes again, she observes a fast and in the evening requests the brides to say ‘Yam Sui lo, Piya Sui de do, make me a married woman like you but everyone refuses. Gave. , In the end, a sweetheart agrees with her. In this way, their fast is fulfilled and their beloved is blessed with a new life. All the women observing the fast read and listen to this story in different ways.
Do you know? When and who first observed the fast of Karva Chauth?
Married women observe Karva Chauth fast to pray for the long life of their husbands. It is believed that by observing this fast by a married woman, the husband remains healthy and attains a long life. Also, the relationship between husband and wife remains cordial. But do you know who first kept this fast of Karva Chauth? Let’s know about some mythology…
Shakti Swaroopa (Mother Parvati) had kept the first fast
It is said that first of all this fast was kept by Mata Parvati for Lord Shiva i.e. Bholenath. It was only after this fast that she attained eternal happiness. That is why married women observe this fast for the long life and health of their husbands and worship Goddess Parvati (Shiva family) and Lord Shiva and Kartikeya.
When the wives of all the gods kept this fast
Legend has it that once a fierce battle broke out between the gods and the demons. Despite lakhs of measures, the gods were not getting success and the demons were going to dominate. Then Brahmadev asked the wives of all the deities to observe the fast of Karva Chauth. She told that by observing this fast, her husband will win this war with the demons. After this, on the day of Chaturthi of Kartik month, everyone fasted and wished their husbands success in the war. It is said that since then the tradition of keeping the fast of Karva Chauth started.
There is also an incident of Karva in Mahabharata.
The story of the Mahabharata period is found that once Arjuna went to the Nilgiri mountain to do penance. During that time many kinds of troubles came upon the Pandavas. Draupadi then asked Shri Krishna a way to overcome the troubles of the Pandavas. On this, Kanhaiya asked her to observe a fast of Karva on the Chaturthi of Kartik month. After this Draupadi fasted and the Pandavas got freedom from trouble.
This is also the story
Legend has it that in ancient times there was a virtuous woman named Karva. Once her husband went to take a bath in the river. At that moment a crocodile grabbed his leg. On this, he called Karva for help. Then Karva tied the crocodile with a raw thread with the majesty of her chastity and reached Yamraj. Karva prayed to Yamraj to save her husband’s life and give a death sentence to Magar (crocodile ). After this, Yamraj said that the life of the crocodile is still pending, he cannot die prematurely. Then Karva told Yamraj that if he did not grant Karva’s husband the boon of being viva, then she would curse him to perish with her tenacity. After this, Karva’s husband got life and the crocodile got the death sentence.
Story of Veeravati and Karva Chauth Vrat
Legend has it that Veeravati, the married daughter of Indraprasthapur Veda Sharma Brahmin, observed the fast of Karva Chauth. According to the rules, She had to eat after moonrise, but her hunger was not going right. Her brothers loved her very much and this impatience of her sister could not be seen in her. After this, the brothers spread the beautiful light of fireworks under the guise of Peepal and showed the moonrise and fed Veeravati. After this Veeravati’s husband immediately disappeared. On this, Veeravati kept a fast on every Chaturthi for 12 months and on the day of Karva Chauth, Veeravati got her husband again by this hard penance.