Karwa Chauth is a beautiful festival celebrated mainly in North India. The festival is a symbol of true love and sacrifice between a couple. The women are expected to keep a fast, without food and water, for the whole day. They break their fast after doing puja of the full moon. The festival celebrates the bond between husband and wife.
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