Karwachout: Clouds protect Delhi-NCR, honeymooners break fast by viewing moon through video call

Digital Bureau, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Kumar Sambhav
Sunday, 24 October 2021 09:37 PM IST Updated

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Anju Pandey, who lives in Noida, told Amar Ujala that it was time to break the Karwa Chowt fast at 8:07 pm on Sunday. Meanwhile the sky is overcast and it is raining.

The moon appeared in the sky of Kanpur and Jalandhar
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Today (October 24) is the day of Karwa Chowt, when it is time for the honeymooners to fast, at the same time the Delhi-NCR sky is overcast. From the evening onwards, the entire Delhi-NCR slowly began to rain. The moon was not visible as the clouds parted in the sky. As a result, the honeymooners, who had been starving and thirsty all day, had to struggle to break their fast. At the same time, some Suhagins have solved this problem with technology. People watched the moon making video calls from their relatives living in other cities and stopped fasting and were blessed by Karva Mata.

Anju Pandey, who lives in Noida, told Amar Ujala that it was time to break the Karwa Chowt fast at 8:07 pm on Sunday. Meanwhile the sky is overcast and it is raining. This caused the moon not to appear in the sky. While talking to his nephew in Kanpur at that time, he realized that the sky in Kanpur was clear and the moon was visible. He then completed his fast in Noida by seeing the moon in the sky over Kanpur via video call.

Anubhavi Nagar in Gurugram said that even in his city the sky was not clear and the moon was not visible. It was difficult to complete the evening fast with hunger and thirst throughout the day. While talking to relatives, it was learned that the sky in Kanpur was clear and the moon was visible. He made a video call to his brother and saw the moon and completed his fast.

Similarly, Dr Geeta Burnwal and Daly Verma made a video call to their girlfriend Sarita Sharma who lives in Jalandhar. The two saw the moon in the Jalandhar sky and stopped fasting.

According to religious beliefs, if the moon does not appear for any reason on the day of Karwa Chowt, married people should see a crescent on the head of the idol of Lord Shiva. This should be followed by completing the fast by offering Arghya. Many Suhagins have completed their fast using this epic belief.

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Today (October 24) is the day of Karwa Chowt, when it is time for the honeymooners to fast, at the same time the Delhi-NCR sky is overcast. From the evening, the whole of Delhi-NCR began to rain slowly. The moon was not visible as the clouds parted in the sky. With this, Nana had to struggle to break her hunger and thirsty honeymoon all day. At the same time, some Suhagins have solved this problem with technology. People watched the moon making video calls from their relatives living in other cities and stopped fasting and were blessed by Karva Mata.

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