Isha Koppikar Narang Shares her Feelings around Karva Chauth
The fast of Karva Chauth is an important for married women This year, the fast of Karva Chauth is set to be celebrated on October 13. Women keep a Nirjala fast on this day and pray for the long life of their husbands. This fast starts from sunrise in the morning and is kept till the moon rises in the evening. After offering Arghya after seeing the moon in the evening, women break their fast by drinking water from the husband’s hand.
Isha Koppikar Narang Talks about her plans and feelings about Karwa Chauth, ” Like any other Indian Married Woman, Karwa Chauth holds importance and respect in my view. The belief that we fast and pray for our husband’s life and health is something beautiful and inspiring and I have done so for many years. Karwa chauth inspires hope and brings a festive environment in our home.”
She goes on to share what she loves most about the festival and how she celebrates it, “I love the traditions and practices that come along with Karwa Chauth but since this year I’m working on Karva Chauth, I’ll try my best to do as many rituals as possible. Normally, I fast with all my friends and we have a feast and light diyas. I celebrate it with my inlaws as well. I apply henna and get decked up. The practice of feeding each other food and breaking the fast after spotting the moon is really cute .”