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Karva Chauth is an Indian festival in which a married woman keeps a fast for the well being and long life of her husband ans breaks the fast once they see the moon. Every married Hindu woman celebrates this day with great enthusiasm and happiness. The mother-in-laws gift them some ornaments, saree and “Sargi” with lots of love. Women get ready just like a bride and take part in the rituals and the pooja.
These rituals are very important and even more when it’s your first Karva chauth. So, if you need any tips for your first karvachauth then wedchief.com will help you out with this.
Karva chauth is tradition which is still followed by every Hindu married woman. You should get ready perfectly for this day, you can wear a saree or even your wedding lehenga. For those ladies who want to have a traditional yet modern look, then they must opt for a indo western look.
Don’t even try to overdo with your makeup look, keep it subtle. Go for a minimal makeup look, try to match ut with the kind of dress you’re wearing. If in case your saree is not very heavily worked then you may opt for a bit heavy makeup but you can always make your eyes look bold and leave everything else subtle.
Bun and braid both goes perfectly with every Indian outfit. You can also use Gajara or even real flowers. It will give your entire look a character and your husband is surely going to love it.
You can take out your gold jewellery from the locker and wear it on Karva chauth. Don’t try to hide in between jewellery but try balance it out and wear what’s required.
“Sindoor“, “Mangalsutra” and toe ring are essential for a Hindu married woman, don’t forget to wear this. It will finally give you the most perfect look you have always thought for.
Last but not the least, take care before you go on a fast, don’t ignore your health and wear whatever is ccomfortable. We hope you enjoy to the fullest and have blast doing all these rituals.
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