Karva Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated every year by women before Diwali. The festival is mostly observed by married women for well-being, long life of their husband. This year Karva Chauth 2018 will be celebrated on October 27. The festival is traditionally celebrated in the states of Rajasthan, parts of Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab. Married women observe a day-long fast from sunrise to moonrise on this day. They break the fast only after the moon sighting. Some unmarried women also observe Karva Chauth fast on this auspicious occasion for their desired husbands.

On this day women wake up early in the morning, get dressed in the best of traditional outfits and has a pre-dawn meal called Sargi prepared by their mother-in-law. Post dawn, they do not consume water and food and only break the fast after the moon is sighted in the sky. Ahead of this auspicious day, we share with you some Happy Karva Chauth Quotes, Wishes, WhatsApp Status, Facebook Messages and SMS to share with your loved one on this day.

Check out messages and quotes here:

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Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: Day Seems Long And Moon Doesn’t Show, Thirsty Hungry, Yet On The Go Salute Indian Women For Their Sacrifice And Love An Incarnation Of Goddesses From Heaven Above Happy Karvachauth

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: Pray, The Sindoor Adorns The Forehead Of Every Woman. Let God Bless You For A Long And A Happy Married Life. Happy Karva Chauth!

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: May The Sindoor Testify Your Prayers The Mangal Sutra Remind You Of Promises That Binds You The Color Of Mehndi Prove The Depth Of Your Love Happy Karva Chauth

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: Hope this day strengthens the bond of love between you two. May the almighty bless you with a happy and long married life. Happy Karva Chauth!

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: May the sight of full moon fill your heart with happiness. Wishing you a blessed Karva Chauth.

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: 

As you worship the Moon God…

and pray for the long life of your husband…

May you be blessed with…

All that your heart desires.

Happy Karva Chauth

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: On this blessed night, may the jingling of churis, fill your life with Good luck, the twinkling of payal, announce your love for hum. Happy Karva Chauth!

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: Fast taken by wives for wellbeing, longevity and prosperity of husbands. Seeking his blessings. May this blissful day fill your life with love and happiness. Happy Karva Chauth!

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♦ Karva Chauth Wishes/WhatsApp reads: May the moonlight flood your life with, happiness and joy, peace and harmony. Happy Karva Chauth!

As history goes, after having observed fast through the day, women offer prayers to Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Kartik to bless them with a blissful life. While performing this puja, before the moon-sighting, women narrate a story about a queen named Veervati. Veervati was the only sister among seven brothers; hence was the most loved one in the family. She was married off at a young age; her first Karva Chauth was celebrated at her parents’ home. She followed a strict fast from sunrise but desperately waited for the moon to appear. Seeing her thirsty and hunger-stricken, her brothers couldn’t bear any longer and thought of an idea. They created a mirror in a pipal tree and made it look like the moon had risen. Veervati mistook it as the moon and broke the fast and the moment she took a morsel in her mouth, she got a message from her servants that her husband was dead.

Heartbroken, she wept all night long until a goddess appeared in front of her and asked her about her misery. When Veervati told the goddess, she asked her to observe the Karva Chauth fast again with dedication and devotion to see her husband alive. Veervati followed her instructions and observed a fast again. Seeing this dedication, Yama, the god of death, was forced to bring her husband back to life.

Happy Karva Chauth!