Moonrise Timing for Karwa Chauth 2019 in Bengaluru: When Will Karva Chauth Chandrama be Seen on October 17 in The Karnataka Capital?
Karwachauth 2019 Moonrise 1 (Photo Credits: File Image)

Karwa Chauth, also referred to as Karva Chauth, is one of the most-observed festivals in Hinduism. The day is annually celebrated on the fourth day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartik. The date in the English calendar varies each month, as the cycle of months in Hinduism is based on the lunar method. As per the Gregorian calendar, Karwa Chauth this year falls on October 17, 2019, in all parts of India and across the world. Karwa Chauth 2019 Wishes In Hindi: WhatsApp Messages To Wish Your Husband Happy Karva Chauth.

The moonrise timings are essential to be noted on the day of Karwa Chauth, as practising Hindu women - who are married - fast from sunrise till the moonrise. The purpose of the fast is to pray for the longevity of their husbands' lives. Although the practice of fasting on Karwa Chauth is more popular in northern Indian states, a significant number of women observe the practice in the southern states as well.

When Will Karva Chauth Chandrama be Seen on October 17 in Bengaluru?

In Bengaluru, the sunrise on October 17, 2019 will take place at 6:10 am. The women who would be fasting would be required to eat sargi or the ritual food before the said time. After the sunrise, the fast would bar them from consuming even an iota of food or a drop of water.

The moonrise will take place in the Karnataka capital at 8:40 pm. The visibility is expected to be clear. Only after the sighting of the Chandrama, the women would break their fasts.

As per the ritual, they will worship the moon and will then eat their meal to end their fast. They will subsequently pray for the long lives of their husbands. The practice has remained alive in India for ages.