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Karwa Chauth is a festival observed by married women in North India four days after Purnima (the full moon) in the month of Kartika. This year, it occurs on November 4th, 2020. Wives and fiancees undertake a waterless fast from dawn to moonrise to guarantee their husbands' and fiancees' lives. The women dress up, do pooja, and then break their fast with their husbands as the moon rises.
In return for this courtesy, men purchase karwa chauth gifts for their wives, such as personalised gifts, jewellery, combination gifts, cakes, flowers, plants, greeting cards, and clothes. Karwa Chauth is an auspicious festival observed nine days before Diwali on the fourth day of the waning moon in the Hindu month of Kartik (October). In Hindi, a karwa is a small clay pot of water, and a chauth is the fourth.
It refers to the fact that the festival is held on the fourth day of the dark fortnight, or 'Krishna Paksh,' in the month of Kartik. The event also coincides with the wheat-sowing season, which marks the beginning of the Rabi crop cycle. Large clay pots used to store wheat are known as 'Karwas.' It's likely that this festival started as a prayer for a good harvest. People pay each other visits and exchange these karwas on Karwa Chauth. Daughters-in-law purchase new clothes and gifts for their mothers-in-law, who in turn offer them red sindoor, new bangles, and make-up kits, wishing them a long and happy married life.