Karwa Chauth on 27th October 2018, Saturday

Basically Karwa Cahuth is an Indian festival where hardly the whole of India participates. The whole of North India celebrates Karwa Chauth traditionally. The popularization of Bollywood movies actually made this festival a known name among other states of the country. Anyone who has a strong belief on these rituals can go ahead and participate in this festivals, irrespective of the fact where that person belongs. Karwa Chauth generally falls in October or November as it is celebrated in the Hindu month of Karthika on the fourth day of Krishna Paksh or dark fortnight. This year this unique festival would be celebrated on 27 October 2018 and that's a Saturday. So, you don't have to fight for one off from office and your husband would also be there all through the day at home.

Karwa Chauth Pooja timing and Moon rise Timing 2018


Karwa Chauth Pooja Staring Time 17:36 PM
Karwa Chauth Pooja End Time 18:54 PM
Karwa Chauth Pooja Whole Duration Time 1 Hour and 17 Mintus
Moon Rise on Karwa Chauth Day 8:00 PM

According to the Amanta calendar, this festival is also followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Southern India during the Ashwin month. Compared to the South Indian states, this festival is much popular in North India.

Indians settled all across the world whose family had a tradition of following Karwa Chauth would also celebrate this festival with all details on this date. There is no change of date and time for this celebration all across the world.

Dates of Karwa Chauth for Next 5 Years

YearDateDay
2018  27th October  Saturday
2019  17th October  Thursday
2020 4th November  Wednesday 
2021 24th October   Sunday
2022  13th October Thursday