With the wishes of a happy householder, the Suhaagins have kept a fast of Karwachauth for the whole day, staying uninterrupted.

The auspicious time of Karvachauth Pujan will be from 5:34 pm to 6:52 pm. The moon will rise at 8:03 pm. After this, Suhaginen will open the fast by offering the moon. At the same time, on the eve of Karvachauth, there was a lot of enthusiasm in the market. Along with jewelery, there was an influx of women for shopping at the shops of clothes, cosmetic and puja items. Even after a long time in beauty parlors, Raunak returned. Merchants also closed shop late on other days.

A fair view for Piya’s name for the mehndi:
On Tuesday, there was a fair view of the mehndi stalls in the market. Women started arriving in Jhanda Bazar, Hanuman Chowk, Ghantaghar, Paltan Bazar to get mehndi from morning. Due to the large crowd, women had to wait longer for their turn. Despite this, his enthusiasm did not fade. In the Paltan Bazaar, Mehndi was installed in LED lights till 12 o’clock at night. Among women, the maximum craze was about Lotus Check, Half Check, Half Lotus, HD Design Mehndi.

If the mehndi crowd increased, then also did the overrating:
Taking advantage of the crowd, overrating was also done in the mehndi stalls. The mehndi which was being applied for Rs 300 in the morning increased by two to two and a half times by the evening. Irshad, who set up a mehndi stall in Paltan Bazaar, said that henna designs ranging from Rs 300 to 2000 are available. Most of the women spent 1000 to 1500 rupees to get Mehndi.

Avoiding Sweet Shopping:
Due to corona infection, this time people are buying less and less food from outside. Sweet businessman Rajiv said that this time the work did not show much speed. The crowd which appeared in the shop two days before Karvachauth, was seen on the eve of the festival. People are buying sweets just for Shakun. This time there was a demand for faded and sweet whey, fanny and sweet samosas.

Importance of fast and method of worship:
According to Pt. Vishnu Prasad Bhatt, on this day, by keeping the Nirjala fast from sunrise to moonrise, the women wish unbroken good luck to the Goddess Parvati. After worship, there is a law to listen to the story by filling water in the Karve. The mother-in-law’s Sargi is considered auspicious on Karvachauth. On this day, get up early in the morning and take a bath before the sun rises. Drink water after consuming the food you have received as a sargi. After this, resolve to keep Nirjala fast and establish Shiva family and Shri Krishna at a checkpoint. After worshiping Ganesh, offer bell-leaf and makeup items to Shiva-Parvati and Makhan-Mishri and Peda to Shri Krishna. After this, put a picture of Karva Mata. Keep incense, lamp, sandalwood, roli, vermilion and light a lamp of ghee. The worship should begin about an hour before the moon comes out. For this, add milk, water and rose water to the soil. Offer Arghya after worshiping the moon. After this, open the fast by drinking water from the husband’s hand.

Blooming faces of bullion traders:
A lot of jewelery was also purchased to give a gift to the wife on Karwachauth. Due to this, the faces of bullion traders also appeared. According to bullion traders, in the last three days, business has gained momentum. Gaurav Rastogi, general secretary of Yuva Sarafa Mandal said that the business at Karwachauth was better than expected. Necklace, chain, bracelet, ring were in high demand.

Distance Made From Chinese Goods:
Following the Prime Minister’s Vocal for Local, traders have distanced themselves from Chinese goods this time. In such a situation, Chinese goods were seen in the market with little to no. Bangles and bracelets are in good demand at Karvachauth. Like other items, the bangle and bracelet market was still dominated by China. This time, customers and traders completely excluded China from the bangle-bracelet market. Rajat, who runs a cosmetic shop in Paltan Bazaar, said that this time, instead of Chinese bangles-bracelets, bangles-bracelets of Chandigarh and Jaipur are adorning their hands.

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