Kavita Chowdry, 13 October 2022
It’s the first Karva Chauth for the newly wedded Dulhan on the big screen, and the preparations have already begun for the night. The wives have already set the festive vibe for their fans.
Picture courtesy: Instagram (Ankita Lokhande and Mouni Roy)
The festivals are around the calendar and people are not keeping it down and celebrating the celebrations in their extravagant ways. After Dussehra it’s Karva Chauth, wives are busy prepping for their rituals and waiting for the moon to appear. Amidst others, the newlyweds’ tinsel town beauties are prepping for the same too. Be it Mouni Roy or Kundali Bhagya famed Shraddha Pandit or Ankita Lokhande everyone seems to plan the best for their first Karva Chauth.
Mouni Roy took her Instagram today with her pout selfie with henna on both of her hands, it would be her first Karva Chauth with her husband Suraj. Pavitra Rishta’s famed Ankita Lonkhande seems quite excited about her day as well. She posed with her husband Vicky Jain and said she can’t wait to see the moon. Kajal Aggarwal also shared her pictures on her Instagram and shared some unfiltered Karva Chauth moments with her fans.
Netizens are quite excited about their Instagram upload, full of joyous moments. Actress are keeping their styles simple yet elegant on the day. Not only television couples but B-town couples like Ranbir-Alia and Vicky-Katrina and others are excited to celebrate the moon at night with their perfect form of love and affection.
Every year Karva Chauth is celebrated in the Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. As per Hindu mythology, married women fast for their husbands and worship goddess Chauth and lord Shiva for the long lives of their husbands. Every year the festival is celebrated with utmost enthusiasm and affection which strengthens the bond of the couple.
These days, husbands have started following the rituals as well as fasting for their wives to reflect their faith in love and their bond. Married women receive “sargi”(plates full of fruits, cashews, sweets, and dresses) from their mother-in-law as a token of love. In some parts of the country, unmarried women have also started to follow the rituals and celebrate the festival with equal enthusiasm.
All the couples are now waiting for the moon to peek out of the clouds now, so they can complete the ritual and celebrate the festival of love and faith.