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5 Karwa Chauth Gift Ideas for your Loved One

5 Karwa Chauth Gift Ideas for your Loved One

Karwa Chauth, a one-day Hindu festival signifies the fast (sunrise to moonrise), that women keep for the longevity of their husband. This fast is celebrated on the fourth day after the full moon in the Kartik month, each year, and is majorly observed in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, and Punjab.

 

Karwa’ is another name for an earthen pot, while ‘Chauth’ means fourth in Hindi. There is a belief that it started because men had to be at war for a long time, leaving their wives and children behind. As a result of which, women prayed for the well-being of their husbands.

 

Women begin preparing for this festival well in advance, by buying a new outfit, adornments, and puja items. On the day of the fast, women wake up before sunrise to eat Sargi  and drink water. If they are married, this meal is usually prepared by the woman’s mother-in-law.

 

In some regions, women gather during the evening and one of them speaks about the significance of the festival and various stories attached to it.  The women await the rise of the moon to break their fast. Once the moon is visible, depending on the customs each region or household follows, women view the moon or its reflection through a sieve. Subsequently, they offer water to the moon and pray for their husband’s long life, health, and happiness. The husbands take a glass of water from the thali and ask their wives to take a sip of water to break the fast.

 

Now, apart from all the festivities, razmataz and the difficult bit of fasting for almost the entire day, there is one aspect of Karwa Chauth which can lighten up your better half’s mood altogether. 

No brownie points for guessing that the answer is a special gift!

Yes! On this auspicious occasion, you can make your partner feel extra special by gifting them something sweet and memorable.

 

Need help? 

Here is a list of gifts you could choose from if you still haven’t bought one:

 

1. Gift your wife an embellished and decorated Karwa Chauth thali, which will be handy while performing the rituals.

 

Image source: The Champa Tree

 

2. Dry Fruits

 

A tray full of little jars stuffed with your better half’s favourite dry fruits! 

Hand-carved wooden tray with an array of gourmet dried fruits and nuts- something unconventional yet delectable.

 

 

Beautiful ceramic pomegranates filled with cashew pralines, milk chocolate thins, and gooey dates. 

 

Images source: Bruijnnc

 

3. Sweet Treats

 

Give in to your partner’s sweet craving this Karwa Chauth and gift him/her this lip-smacking date walnut cake loaf

paired with almond pralines. 

 

 

Nutella domes, granola bars, waffle thins and cookies! Just the thought is making my mouth water…

 

 

 

Want to stick to something quintessential? 

Gift your partner gourmet Indian mithais filled with dried fruits and nuts.

 

Image source: Vivanda Gifting Studio

 

Love nuts? Love chocolates more?

Get the joy of biting into these crunch chocolate covered nuts!

 


Image source: Rosarte Chocolate

 

4. Personalised gifts

 

How about gifting your husband something personalised like a passport holder?

 

Image source: The Messy Corner

 

A perfect travel kit for the lady who is always on the GO!

 

Image source: The Messy Corner

 

5. Hair and Skin Care

 

Image source: Deyga

 

Image source: Deyga

 

Image source: Bare Anatomy

 

Image source: Bare Anatomy

 

Bring out the moolah and go shopping!

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