Karwa Chauth Fast for Unmarried Women, Girls 2016

Vrat Vidhi, Rituals and Tips for Unmarried Girls for Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth Fast for Unmarried Women, Girls 2016

Karwa Chauth Fast is for Married Woman for their husbands on the sake of their safety and longevity. But it is 2016 and unmarried girls and women want to observe Karwa Chauth fast for their boyfriends and Lovers. Girls who are engaged also are keen to keep Karwa Chauth Vrat for their Fiances to show their love and affection and build a strong bond with the respective partners for the sake of betterment of their future life.

Karva Chauth 2016 wishes
Karva Chauth 2016 wishes

Poonam, a sweet unmarried girl in Jaipur, is engaged with a good looking lad. Her marriage is couple of months far. Only some days have passed of their engagement and now her first festival in 2016 Karwa Chauth has arrived on the doors. Poonam is keen to observe the fast for him for the safety and prosperity of him. This festival will definitely make their love relationship stronger and a smooth life ahead.

Just like married women, young girls too start making preparations for Karva Chauth a week in advance. And these days there is a rush of young girls in the markets, Young unmarried girls are getting their hands beautified with Mehandi designs and purchasing beautiful Lehangas and Sarees for the rituals and finally the jewelry which are the stars in the sky.

karwa-chauth-2016-moon
karwa-chauth-2016-moon

Vrat Vidhi for Karwa Chauth for Unmarried Girls

There is no particular fasting procedure for unmarried girls for Karwa Chauth. They have to follow the same ritual just like a married women. But one which is most important for unmarried girls is that they can break the Fast in the wake of offering arg to Pole star, on the off chance that they need else they can likewise break the Fast in the wake of seeing the moon.

Here are some tips for the girls and women who want to keep fast for their lovers and husbands

1. Avoid Sugary Food

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karwa-chauth-2016-sargi

The meal provided by the Mother in Law just the day before of Karwa Chauth is known as Sargi. But make sure that you do not consume a whole lot of sugar in the morning because it might make you sluggish throughout the day.

2. Consume more Dry Fruits and Milk

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karwa-chauth-2016-dry-fruits

Who does not love dry fruits and milk. Consuming fruits and milk before the day of Karwa Chauth will help you to stay up for the whole day long. It will also provide energy for the Katha and performing Rituals at night.

3. Consume Curd after the Fast

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karwa-chauth-2016-curd

Consuming curd after Karwa Chauth Fast will help in smoothen the stomach and will help in the cases where stomach is upset or some acidity. Having a cup of probiotic curd will soothe the stomach.

4. Avoid Fried Food and Caffeine

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karwa-chauth-2016-avoid-caffiene

After keeping Karwa Chauth fast for the whole day the hunger will be at its peak but you should avoid fried foods and caffeine which woman generally consumes will be bad bad for the stomach. Instead you can have healthy vegetables, rice and rotis which won’t add unnecessary calories to your diet.

5. Consume more Water

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karwa-chauth-2016-glass-of-water

During Karwa Chauth Fast the body does not get sufficient water to work for whole day long. So to avoid dehydration of the body make sure you consume enough water and fulfill the requirement of the body.

Rituals for the Fast of Karwa Chauth for Unmarried Girls

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karva-chauth-2016

If you are keeping Karwa Chauth Fast for your loving one, then it would be good if you follow full Rituals of Karva Chauth. Both Married and Unmarried Women have same Rituals to be followed for the sake of Fast but if unmarried girls want they can break their fast after watching the Pole Star. They can provide ‘Ark’ to the Pole Star instead of waiting for the Moon and can complete their fast. After that they can have their meal.

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