Karwa Chauth 2023 moonrise and puja timing for India

Karwa Chauth 2023 moonrise and puja timing for India

Karwa Chauth 2023 moonrise time and puja muhurat revealed for Indian cities

Karwa Chauth, a significant Hindu festival observed by married women for the well-being and longevity of their husbands, is set to take place on November 1, 2023. The day involves a stringent fast from dawn till moonrise when women break their fast after worshiping the moon. Finding the moon is a pivotal part of the Karwa Chauth tradition, and the auspicious time for this event varies by location. Here are the moonrise times and puja muhurat for several major cities in India:

Karwa Chauth puja muhurat (puja timing)

- New Delhi: 5:36 pm to 6:54 pm
- Pune: 6:02 pm to 7:17 pm
- Chennai: 5:42 pm to 6:56 pm
- Kolkata: 4:59 pm to 6:15 pm
- Hyderabad: 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm
- Ahmedabad: 6:02 pm to 7:18 pm
- Noida: 5:36 pm to 6:53 pm
- Jaipur: 5:44 pm to 7:02 pm
- Mumbai: 6:05 pm to 7:21 pm
- Gurgaon: 5:37 pm to 6:55 pm
- Bengaluru: 5:53 pm to 7:07 pm
- Chandigarh: 5:35 pm to 6:54 pm

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Karwa Chauth moonrise time

- New Delhi: 8:15 pm
- Pune: 8:56 pm
- Chennai: 8:43 pm
- Kolkata: 7:46 pm
- Hyderabad: 8:40 pm
- Ahmedabad: 8:59 pm
- Noida: 8:14 pm
- Jaipur: 8:26 pm
- Mumbai: 9:04 pm
- Gurgaon: 8:16 pm
- Bengaluru: 8:55 pm
- Chandigarh: 8:10 pm

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This auspicious day is celebrated with great enthusiasm, with married women dressing up in traditional attire and observing a nirjala fast (fasting without food and water) until they perform the evening rituals. The rituals are performed with devotion and are an expression of love and care towards their spouses. Karwa Chauth signifies the strong bond between married couples and the importance of their relationship in Indian culture.

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