Karwa Chauth Gifts

The magnificent minakari work combined with the perfect combination of round and teardrop shaped beads placed on a golden background, adorn the conch and the square plate in which it is contained add to its magnificence.

Festival For Married Women | Karwa Chauth

Karva Chauth falls on the fourth day of the Hindu month of Kartik in the lunisolar schedule. Generally, wedded ladies and those achieving the eligible watch the day by fasting thoroughly from dawn and breaking the quick when the moon rises.

The one day celebration is for the most part seen in Indian states like Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan and parts of Uttar Pradesh.

As indicated by Mahabharata's Vana Parva, Karva Chauth can be followed back to the time when Savitri asked the divine force of death, Master Yama, for her significant other's spirit. Different stories say how ladies, whose spouses left them for long stretches to battle in wars, watched day-long fasts appealing to God for their husbands' well being.

They spruced up in their finest clothing and arranged expound suppers a while later. "Karva" implies earthen pots used to store wheat and "Chauth" implies the fourth day. Celebrated on the fourth day (chaturthi) of Krishna Paksh in the Hindu month Kartik, a couple of days before the celebration, ladies purchase these circular, earthen pots, paint lovely plans on them and put bangles and strips, desserts, make-up things, and little garments inside them. They would then visit other ladies and trade the karvas.

This holy and spiritual ritual performed by your wife begets a gift from you. Your wife starves herself and sacrifices her needs for you, to prove how much you mean to her. A token of gratitude, a gesture of love will surely make her feel that her effort is being recognized and appreciated.

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Our unique hand made traditional gift collection for your wife includes silver plates, glass sets, pudding bowls etc. Pooja Thalis are our speciality. We have Pooja Thalis in gold, German silver, gemstones, oxidised and much more verities. The price of our collection for Karwa Chauth gifts including Pooja Thalis ranges from Rs 235/- to Rs. 7785/-

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