Karwa Chauth 2021 Date and Time

Karwa Chauth is said to be a fast of unbroken good fortune and wish for victory. Because on this day, married women fast for the whole day for the longevity of their love, relationship and worship the moon and seek the blessings of being an unbroken Saubhagyavati.

Karwa Chauth is not just a festival of keeping tradition. Rather, it is a day to celebrate the power of dedication and to take a pledge to be with your life partner for the rest of your life. It is said that the Moon is the lord of the mind and worshiping it increases dedication, trust and love between husband and wife. Nowadays, most of the Teej-festivals fall on two dates, so it is justified for people to be confused. That is why we are here to remove this dilemma of yours, on which day is Karwa Chauth 2021? Explaining this in detail.

After all, which day is Karwa Chauth?

Everyone has a dilemma that on which day Karva Chauth is falling? 24th or 25th October? Actually, if you search in Google, then both the dates will be visible from October 24-25. But let’s know what the Panchag and experts have to say in this matter. Acharya Vinod Mishra says that this year 2021 Karva Chauth fast is on 24th October, Sunday.

Every year Karva Chauth fast is observed on the Chaturthi Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This year 24-25 October this date is falling on both the days. Because the moon is worshiped on this day, then on October 25, the Chaturthi date will end at 05:43 in the morning. In such a situation, the auspicious time of worship of Karva Chauth is being made on 24th October itself.

Karwa Chauth 2021 Date and Time

Fasting date – 24 October 2021, day Sunday

Chaturthi date starts – 24 October 2021 will start from 03:01 am on Sunday

Chaturthi Tithi ends – 25 October 2021 at 05:43 am on Monday

Moonrise time – Moon will be visible at 8:7 minutes

A special coincidence is being made this year

According to astrology, in the year when the Moon is in Rohini Nakshatra on the day of Karwa Chauth, worship of Karwa Chauth, moon sighting and Ardhya are particularly fruitful in that year. On October 24, moonrise will be at 7.55 pm and Rohini Nakshatra will remain till 11.35 pm.

This year an auspicious coincidence is being made on Karva Chauth. According to the Hindu calendar, on the day of Karva Chauth, the moon god will rise in Rohini Nakshatra. It is believed that fasting in this constellation is very auspicious. The desired result is obtained by the sight of Moon God in this Nakshatra. On the other hand, for the newlyweds who are observing Karva Chauth fast for the first time, this day is going to give special auspicious results. Because they will get an opportunity to see and worship the exalted moon.

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