Karwa Chauth is the day to celebrate the love between a husband and wife. It is a festival celebrated by Indian women by keeping a fast for their husbands from the sunrise and moonrise without food or water.
Karwa Chauth is a traditional Indian festival which signifies the marital bond shared between a husband and wife. It is a long-day festivity wherein the wife keeps a fast for her husband’s long life.
The festival of Karwa Chauth is celebrated on the fourth day (Chaturthi) of the Karthika month of the Hindu calendar. The term ‘Karwa’ refers to an earthen pot and ‘Chauth’ denotes the fourth day.
Kids tend to establish a stronger bond with their grandparents as compared to their parents. This is because forebears are the ones who have pampered them unconditionally and protected them with their parent’s reprimands.
No two brothers and sisters can have the same bond as others. Every brother-sister relationship is a product of their childhood memories, lessons, failures, embarrassing moments and silly fights that make it unique.