Karwa Chauth, also known as Karak Chaturthi (करक चतुर्थी), is a special day that epitomizes strong and everlasting relationships of the married couples. Falling in the Hindu month of Kartik on Krishna Paksha Chaturthi and just nine days before the festival of Diwali, Karwa Chauth is one of the most important Hindu celebrations observed by married women for the well-being and longevity of their husbands. Though this festival is celebrated all over India, but it is more prominently observed in the northern states of the country such Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and others. The tradition of observing a waterless fast on this very special day is keenly followed by women with much gaiety and fervor. The married women worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on Karwa Chauth to seek divine blessings for their husbands and open their fasts only after sighting and making offerings to the moon.
The husbands too shower their wives with love, care, and gratitude through lavish Karwa Chauth Gifts for wife and also break their fasts with water and delicious Karwa Chauth sweets and chocolates. So, celebrate Karwa Chauth 2020 with happiness and devotion and get blessed with a happy married life ahead.
Know here the timings of the upcoming Karwa Chauth to celebrate this special couple-friendly festival in a ritualistic manner.
|City||Date||Fasting Time||Puja Muhurat||Duration||Moonrise timings||Moonrise timings||Tithi Ends|
|NCT of Delhi||17th October 2019||06:23 AM to 08:16 PM||05:46 PM to 07:02 PM||01 Hour 16 Minutes||08:20 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Mumbai||17th October 2019||06:33 AM to 08:50PM||06:14 PM to 07:28 PM||01 Hour 14 Minutes||08:50 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Punjab||17th October 2019||06:35 AM to 08:20 PM||05:57 PM to 07:13 PM||01 Hour 16 Minutes||08:20 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Gurgaon||17th October 2019||06:23 AM to 08:17 PM||05:51 PM to 07:06 PM||01 Hour 15 Minutes||08:17 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Uttar Pradesh||17th October 2019||06:06 AM to 08:04 PM||05:37 PM to 06:52 PM||01 Hour 15 Minutes||08:04 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Ahmedabad||17th October 2019||06:37 AM to 08:45 PM||06:13 PM to 07:27 PM||01 Hour 14 Minutes||08:45 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Hyderabad||17th October 2019||06:10 AM to 08:30 PM||05:53 PM to 07:07 PM||01 Hour 14 Minutes||08:30 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Bengaluru||17th October 2019||06:10 AM to 08:40 PM||06:00 PM to 07:13 PM||01 Hour 13 Minutes||08:40 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Jaipur||17th October 2019||06:27 AM to 08:25 PM||05:57 PM to 07:12 PM||01 Hour 15 Minutes||08:25 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Chennai||17th October 2019||05:59 AM to 08:29 PM||05:49 PM to 07:02 PM||01 Hour 13 Minutes||08:29 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Kolkata||17th October 2019||05:34 AM to 07:41 PM||05:10 PM to 06:24 PM||01 Hour 14 Minutes||07:41 PM||06:48 AM on Oct 17||07:29 AM on Oct 18|
|Year||Date||Day||Puja Timings||Moonrise Timing|
|2021||24th October||Sunday||17:38 PM to 18:56 PM||20:11 PM|
|2022||13th October||Thursday||17:49 PM to 19:05 PM||20:14 PM|
|2023||1st November||Wednesday||17:32 PM to 18:50 PM||20:19 PM|
|2024||20th October||Sunday||17:42 PM to 18:58 PM||19:59 PM|
|2025||9th October||Thursday||06:44 PM to 08:00 PM||07:54 PM|