Friday, October 14, 2011

Honey!(karwa chauth)


 "..Honey O honey ...I love you for all that you are...your loving nature and your honesty...holding on to my temper is something hard to keep ..but over the period of time you have mastered it all very well..we Gel very well ..now keeping  up with sarcastic remarks and laughing out loudly looking at each other ..
its reminds me of you more ..when karwa chauth is ahead.. as I dont observe that day But my love for you will never be  less  ..my love for you is much more ..and far beyond all this.."
 Karwa chauth
Ladies all over the world are fasting  for their Beloved hubbies ...
The festival of Karwa Chauth is celebrated mostly by North India. This event is growing bigger with each passing day. In addition to the traditional items such as henna, beauty products and fashionable clothes, the demand of special eateries are also gearing up. Nowadays, Karwa Chauth is more of fun than a serious festival.
 On the arrival of this festival, the market gets flooded with all the symbols that reflects the marriage status of a woman is in high demand such as jewellery, bangles, henna, sarees, lahenga-choli and many other traditional gifts. Karwa Chauth is a festival of great importance for all married women as it adds to a strong foundation of love and care a husband wife relationship. The festival is based upon the legendary story of a devoted wife, Karwa, and her efforts to save her husbands life.
 Sargi(food)
Also known as the pre-dawn meal, 'Sargi' is a meal prepared by the mother-in-law for her daughter-in-law on Karvachauth. It is a token of best wishes and blessings for a successful married life given by a mother-in-law to the daughter-in-law. 
 ...all married ladies..Happy karwa chauth love you all!
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27 comments:

Rolling Stone said...

happy karwa chauth.... :)

Renu said...

Thank you :)...today we see the commercialisation of every festival.

Rachna said...

Wish you the same! I am observing the same today, and no commercialization for me. Except for getting mehndi cones, I did not buy anything :).

kavita said...

Happy Karwa Chauth ! I have never observed this fast ever but would love to try once.

♥●• İzdiher •●♥ said...

Happy karwa chauth l

♥●• İzdiher •●♥ said...

Happy karwa chauth l

rama said...

We also have a festival dedicated to the long life of our husbands, and even unmarried girls can celebrate it to get good, loving husbands, but there is no fasting for it in our community.
I also don't celebrate this festival.
In the US it must be celebrated with lot of fanfare, like other festivals, so, I thought you might also enjoy celebrating it.
I have seen filmi heroines celebrating in films and some Punjabi friends too. They look so beautiful dressed in red at that time.

A said...

Temper and sarcasm :))) You are so funny Harman

Harman said...

@..A
whts funny??
Sarcasm or temper?

Harman said...

@rolling stone..
thanks..I dont keep one..but thanks anyways!
:)

Harman said...

@Renu..
yes..its very common...
Over here in US every little thing or festival is commercialised...
I dunno how much it helps in economy But definitely ..has left no relevance of ...festivals.

Harman said...

@happy karwa chauth :)keep smiling!

adayinthelifeofindia said...

i would call it the indian valentines day

Bikramjit said...

:) same happy happy to you tooo :)

Bikram's

Santosh Kumar said...

Happy Karwa Chauth. You have covered sufficient detail on the subject. Good.

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AbhiLaSH RuHeLa said...

Hahaha... Funny.

Uma said...

Hey Harman, Belated Karwa Chatuth Wishes to you. All I knew about this fast was through Bollywood movies.

Juxtaposition said...

Even I don't observe this. I always think about keeping the fast. But somehow always miss the day. I missed it this year too. :) I know about this from movies. I just wanted to know why the ladies look through the sieve? Have any idea?

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...

Lovely post about Karva Chauth. Enjoyed reading

Babli said...

Very beautifully written about karwa chauth. Informative post. Happy Karwa Chauth to you.

Harman said...

@Rama..yes US some sikhs celebrate But otherwise it s more of hindu festival...I got jus dresses in simple indian outfit and a bindi :)
rest was all jus very normal ..its nice though

Harman said...

@Santosh..
thanks..all I knew I wrote..
:)

Harman said...

@abhilash
lolz..whts funny..
BOY when you get married we will ask you ...what funny means!
:)

Harman said...

@UMA
thanks...love ya!

Harman said...

@juxta position ..
thanks
I actually dont know all the details..
its inspires from a married girl called karwa.

Harman said...

@kiran
thanks..:)

Harman said...

@babli..
thanks hope you celebrated it!