Last minute mehndi designs for Karwa Chauth & why it is celebrated ?

Karwachauth

It’s festive season in India ,people like us are busy in their preparation for the coming festival ,Navratri has just finished and it’s time for Karwa Chauth ,I know everyone is aware what is Karwa chauth  but maybe if any of my reader is not aware ,what exactly is karwa chauth and why we celebrate it .

So here I go –Karwa chauth is a one-day festival celebrated by Hindu women four days after purnima (a full moon) in the month of Kartika.

Why it is celebrated -On Karva Chauth women, especially in Northern India, who are married fast from sunrise to moonrise for the safety and longevity of their husbands.The Karva Chauth fast is traditionally celebrated in the states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and in  Andhra Pradesh. It has become more of a trend & unmarried women join the fast for their boyfriend.

Last minute mehndi designs-

This year the trend is of  sleek  and classy designs. Lastly it is believed if  darker the color of mehndi is, the more love and care a woman will get from her husband or boyfriend.

Happy Karva Chauth  to all the beautiful ladies ,who are fasting . Do share your views on the comment section. 🙂

 

 

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24 COMMENTS

  1. This is beautiful. Karva chauth is not there in our culture. But i love how women go all the way and make this ultimate sacrifice for their loved ones. Mehendi designs are nice and minimalist. Loved them.

  2. Such unique mehendi designs. Loved the ring ones especially. I keep Karwachauth every year and get really excited to try a new design every year.

  3. Wow.. absolutely love the designs. I think these would be in my list of choice even if not last minute. Love the intricate detailing and the modern look of them. The info on karvachauth is also very detailed.

  4. Oh I really missed this before karwacauth…simply loved the designs and now going to bookmark this for next upcoming function

  5. I don’t keep karwa chauth but I loved the mehendi designs. Especially the third and the seventh picture. Definitely saving those for the next wedding I attend. Beautiful designs! 🙂

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