Karva Chauth is a one-day celebration celebrated by Hindu ladies from certain districts of India, particularly northern India, four days after purnima (a full moon) in the long stretch of Kartika. In the same way as other Hindu celebrations, Karva Chauth depends on the lunisolar schedule which records for every single cosmic position, particularly places of the moon which is utilized as a marker to ascertain significant dates. In the Hindu lunisolar schedule month of Kartik.
On Karva Chauth, the wedded ladies, particularly in Northern India, quick from dawn to moonrise for the security and life span of their husbands. The Karva Chauth quick is customarily celebrated in the conditions of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Jammu, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. It is commended as Atla Tadde in Andhra Pradesh.