October 3, 2022
Karwa Chauth 2022 ( करवा चौथ 2022 )

Karwa Chauth 2022 Date, Moon Time ( करवा चौथ 2022)

(करवा चौथ)Karwa Chauth is the biggest festival for women which is celebrated for one day on the full moon also called Purnima in the month of Kartika. 

The day holds great value as the women are on fasting for the long lives of their husbands and the fast doesn’t even allow drinking water. Previously Karwa Chauth was celebrated for the safety and long lives of soldiers but with modernity and change in the trend now the fast is kept for the husbands as well.

Women, who celebrate Happy Karwa Chauth, look at the festival as happiness and good status of wifehood as according to the Hindu Mythology some sacrifices led towards good results. The women sacrifice one day without food and water and they expect long lives and the safety of their husbands in return.

The day is celebrated with great excitement with the company of other married women and relatives, they try to forget hunger and thrust in the companion of other fasting women. The preparation for this day is started one month prior and there are many things which are needed to be prepared and arranged.

Women go shopping before their arrival and they dress like a new bride on this day, there is also special food preparation including many dishes made up of milk and other sweet edibles.  

Karwa Chauth 2022 ( करवा चौथ 2022 )

Karwa Chauth 2022 ( करवा चौथ 2022 )
Karwa Chauth 2022 ( करवा चौथ 2022 )

Every year comes with new excitement and new plans; there are many women who will be celebrating Karva Chauth for the first time and hence they will be experiencing new excitement. Karwa Chauth 2022 ( करवा चौथ 2022) will be really special for the one who will celebrate it for the very first time.

Karwa Chauth pooja is done with a lot of rules and regulations and men also play a very important role in this festival. After the whole day of fasting, men are the one who breaks the fast and feeds their wives.

The modern trend includes fasting of Men too, it is not mandatory for all the Men to company their wives but these things depend on the mindset and choices of the men. We can see many Men fasting for their wives too on Karwa Chauth 2022.

Karwa Chauth is one of the widely celebrated festivals of women and is mostly celebrated in the northwestern part of India. The festival includes Karwa which means a small pot made up to mud and Chauth which means fourth. The complete breakdown meaning says the fourth full moon of Kartika month.

Karwa Chauth 2022 Date  ( करवा चौथ कब है 2022 ) 

When is Karva Chauth 2022- The date and times change every year and Karwa Chauth 2022 date will be the 13th of October, Thursday.  The day will start with the sunrise and after sunrise, women can’t eat and drink anything as per the rules of Pooja.

The fast will end only when the full moon will be seen and women will see the moon from a transparent container and then they will see face of their husband. After that Men will feed the women and this will comprise the Karwa Chauth 2022 date.

In Karwa Chauth moon plays a very important role as the fast can only be opened after the arrival of the full moon but the Karwa Chauth 2022 date also changes due to the position of the moon, stars, and planets.

Karwa chauth Moon Time 2022 ( करवा चौथ – Chand Nikale ka Time )

As mentioned many times the moon plays a very important role in Happy Karwa Chauth and hence it is very important to know the time when the moon will rise so that women can open their fast and plan accordingly.

The time changes as per the geographical locations, India is a huge nation, and hence the time of moonrise changes with the states.

Karva Chauth- Moon Rise Time 2022( चांद निकलने का समय):-

  • Delhi- 17:46 to 19:02
  • Mumbai- 18:10 to 19:25
  • Lucknow- 17:32 to 18:48
  • Bangalore- 17:56 to 19:10
  • Chennai- 17:45 to 18:59
  • Hyderabad- 17:49 to 19:04
  • Jammu- 17:51 to 19:08
  • Kolkata- 17:06 to 19:08
  • Jaipur- 17:53 to 19:09

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