Karva Chauth: These things must be present in the plate of Karva Chauth puja, see the list of ingredients...


There are many festivals in the Hindu religion in which the wife observes fast for her husband. Be it Hariyali Teej, Hartalika Teej or Karva Chauth. Karva Chauth has great importance in the Hindu religion. In this festival, women observe waterless fast for the whole day and in the evening they do sixteen adornments and see the moon. Then she takes food and water from her husband's hands.


On this day, Solah Shringar is important but decorating the puja thali is also very important. Many women who are doing Karva Chauth for the first time do not know what should and should not be in the puja thali.

What does the astrologer of Deoghar say?
Deoghar's famous astrologer Pandit Nand Kishore Mudgal told Local 18 that this year the fast of Karva Chauth will be observed on November 1. On the day of Karva Chauth, women wear sixteen makeups observe Nirjala fast and wish for the long life of their husbands. In the evening, she breaks her fast by decorating a plate, worshiping Goddess Karva, and seeing the moon. On the day of Karva Chauth, many such essential items have to be kept on the plate.

Keep these ingredients on the plate
Earthen lamp: On the day of Karva Chauth, women must put sesame oil and cotton in an earthen lamp. In the evening, after burning the cotton of that lamp, perform aarti to the moon, this will end any dispute between husband and wife.

Earthen Karwa: On the day of Karva Chauth, keep an earthen karwa on the plate. Which is easily available in the markets. Apply a paste of rice in that Karva which is considered auspicious.

Kumkum: On the day of Karva Chauth, keep kumkum in that plate. After the completion of the puja, the husband fills the prayer of his wife with this kumkum which is very auspicious.

Flowers: On the day of Karva Chauth, keep flowers and garlands on the plate because, in the Hindu religion, worship without flowers is considered incomplete. Lord Shiva is also worshiped on this day, hence no one else but Kanel's flower should be kept. After the end of the puja, the garland should be offered to Mata Karva and the husband and wife should wear it for each other, which is a matter of good fortune.


Roli Chawal: On the day of Karva Chauth, keep Roli Chawal on the plate because even without Roli Chawal, the puja is considered incomplete.

Strainer: The use of a strainer is very important on the day of Karva Chauth. Because the moon darshan is done only through a sieve and only after that do the women break their fast.

Copper Lota: The Moon has great importance on the day of Karva Chauth. Married women consider their fast complete only by offering Argh to the Moon and offering Argh to the Moon is considered auspicious.

Glass filled with water: On the day of Karva Chauth, women keep fast for the whole day without water. After the puja is over, women break their fast by consuming water, hence on the day of Karva Chauth, keep a glass filled with water on the plate.
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