Karva Chauth Songs : Karva Chauth 2018

Karva Chauth is an Indian festival being celebrated from several year on the forth day of the Ashwin as per the Hindu calendar i.e. ten days before Diwali.

On this day married women observe a strict fast for a long, fruitful and happy life their husbands. The women don’t even have water for the whole day till the time they see the moon and worship it in the evening.

For the whole day women of near by get together and read the Karva Chauth Vrat Katha and sing several rings related to the festival.

As you all know that Karva Chauth fast is mainly celebrated by Punjabi women, hence you will find most of the Karva Chauth songs in Punjabi.

In 2018, Karva Chauth will be celebrated on 28th October 2018.

Karva Chauth song sung by women while performing Karva Chauth Pooja :

Karwa Chauth Song While Puja

The below mentioned Karwa chauth song is sung when the women get together to perform pooja add sit in a circle to listen to Karwa chauth Katha and sing the following song while rotating the thalis containing Baya.

“Veero Kudiye Karwada,
Sarv Suhagan Karwada,
A Katti Na Ateri Naa,
Kumbh Chrakhra Feri Naa,
Gwand Pair payeen Naa,
Sui Che Dhaga Payeen Naa
Ruthda maniyen Naa,
Suthra Jagayeen Naa,
Bhain Pyari Veeran,
Chan Chade Te Pani Peena
Ve Veero Kuriye Karwara,
Ve Sarv Suhagan Karwara……. (6)”

This Stanza is sung 6 times i.e. It keeps on repating till the time Thalis have been exchanged and all women have their own thalis… it goes on six times, 6 feras / circles.

The seventh fera or circle or exchanging goes like this…

“Veero Kudiye Karwada,
Sarv Suhagan Karwada,
Aye Katti Naya Teri Nee,
Kumbh Chrakhra Feri Bhee,
Aar Pair payeen Bhee,
Ruthda maniyen Bhee,
Suthra Jagayeen Bhee,
Ve Veero Kuriye Karwara,
Ve Sarv Suhagan Karwara…….”

Karva Chauth song sung by women while offering water (Ark) to moon :

Karva Chauth Songs while offering Ark to Moon

Thebelow mentioned song is sung at the night while offering water (Ark) to the moon. It is sung 5 times.

A parikrama of moon is done each time after offering ark. For parikrama, the lady turns a full circle standing at one place.

” Sir Dhadi,
Paer Kadi,
Ark Dendi,
Sarv Suhagan,
Chaubare Khadi……”

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