Karwa Chauth, a significant Hindu festival primarily observed in Northern India, is a day dedicated to love and commitment among married couples. On this occasion, married women fast from sunrise to moonrise, abstaining from both food and water. This fast is undertaken for the well-being and longevity of their husbands. The festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon in the month of Kartik, as per the Hindu lunisolar calendar.
For the year 2023, Karwa Chauth is observed on Wednesday, November 1st.
|Puja Muhurat||05:36 PM||1 hour 18 mins|
|Fasting (Upavasa)||06:33 AM||13 hours 42 mins|
It’s important to note that the moonrise time may vary slightly in different cities across India. Here are the approximate moonrise timings for some major cities:
|New Delhi||8:15 PM|