Fast for the health and happiness of your man!

Karwa Chauth is a festival full of legend and tradition celebrated by all married Hindu women, mostly in Northern India. During the day they fast for the long life, health and prosperity of their husbands. The event is growing bigger with each passing year and nowadays, Karwa Chauth is more for fun than a serious festival.

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Picture: Karwa Chauth henna by HennaLounge, on Flickr

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