Karwa chauth is a day of fast. Married women fast and do not eat food or drink water for whole day. On this day Hindu women offer prayers seeking the welfare, prosperity, welfare and longevity of their husbands. Karwa Chauth falls about nine days before Diwali on the Kartik ki chauth sometime in October or November. He is the most important fast observed by women in northern India. A woman keeps a fast for the welfare of her husband, who becomes her protector after she leaves her parents' house. Her husband provides food, shelter, clothing, respectability, comfort and happiness. This is really very difficult to fast when a track begins and ends before sunrise to worship the moon, which usually rises about 20:45 No food or water should be taken after 4 am or after sunrise.
Today, this fast is also seen as a modern educated homes, becoming a symbol of the feeling that a woman is her husband. One thing to ensure that the Baya reach his relatives at home, where a girl has done during the day, the night before. Baya is given in-law after manasna. If the mother-in-law is not present, the oldest woman of the house is the Baya. Sometimes a parent wants to limit the perishable, and leave the money and clothes for his mother-in-law. Preparation for Puja should start around 4 or 5:00 Someone older, who are ready, or housewife even as the situation demands, prepares a suitable place in the puja room, where a large room that can accommodate all women who are invited to Baya, if not the best place is of a veranda or courtyard open, because usually the weather is not cold during this season. The place is decorated puja Kharia Matti, which has been soaked in water two to three hours earlier, and takes a semi-liquid form. A Chowk as in any other puja - is decorated on the floor.