Karwa Chauth 2022: Why the moon is seen through a sieve on Karwa Chauth, know the secret related to it - Newztezz Online


Monday, October 10, 2022

Karwa Chauth 2022: Why the moon is seen through a sieve on Karwa Chauth, know the secret related to it

Why is the moon seen through a sieve in the Karva Chauth fast, which is kept for the long life of the husband, know the story behind the tradition related to it.

Karwa Chauth 2022: In the Sanatan tradition, the Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month is celebrated as the fast of Karwa Chauth . On this holy date, women observe a Nirjala fast to wish for unbroken good fortune. This year the fast of Karva Chauth will be kept on 13 October. On this important festival associated with Hinduism, there is a tradition of seeing the moon through a special sieve by women in 16 makeup and worship. Why do married women look at the moon through a sieve while offering Arghya to the moon god in the worship of Karva Chauth, let us know the secret behind this tradition.

When is Karva Chauth Vrat: 13 October 2022, Thursday, auspicious time for worship of Karva Chauth Vrat: 13 October 2022, on Thursday from 05:54 pm to 07:09 Moonrise time: 08:09 pm Country's (country's) based on the time of capital Delhi)

Story of Karva Chauth Vrat

According to religious belief, a moneylender had seven sons and one daughter. Once the daughter of a moneylender came to her maternal home and kept a fast on Karva Chauth for the long life of her sweetheart, but when her health started deteriorating due to the waterless fast without drinking water, her brothers planted a tree to break the fast of their beloved sister. A burning lamp was placed behind the sieve under the cover. After seeing this, the moneylender's daughter understood that the moon had come out and considering it as the moon, she broke her fast by offering Arghya. It is believed that due to this deceit committed by the brothers, her fast was broken and Karva Mata got angry and took her husband's life.

The moon is seen through a sieve to avoid deceit

It is believed that the moneylender's daughter immediately apologized to Karva Mata for breaking her fast and to rectify her mistake, the next year, by law, she kept the fast of Karva Chauth. This time to avoid any deceit, he himself saw the moon god by placing a sieve and lamp in his hand and offered him Arghya. It is believed that Karva Mata was pleased after observing the fast of Karva Chauth by law and she revived the husband of the moneylender's daughter.

(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)

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