Sargi for Karva Chauth

Sargi for Karva Chauth

Karwa Chauth is one of the most important festivals for married women mainly in the northern states of India. When married women Pray and fast for the sake of the husband.

Sargi and Karva Chauth go hand in hand, it the pre-dawn meal that a mother-in-law gives to her daughter-in-law.

Sargi mainly comprises mathri (salty fried snack), mithai (sweet), Kaju-kishmish and badaam (dry fruits), cooked food, and fresh fruit.

Karwa Chauth – Fast for the Married Hindu Woman

1. Mathri

Salted fried snacks that form the main part of Karwa Chauth fast salted ones usually used in sargi and unsalted during puja.

2. Mithai

Sweets are part of festive in India, generally, halwa, pheni, or kheer is made to start the day is a well nutritious way.

3. Dry fruits

Eating healthy is the main idea behind eating dry fruits. A handful of kaju-kishmish and badaam will help to keep going through the day.

4. Cooked food

Light food is prepared to be eaten at the starting of the day to keep you active throughout the day. It can be any cooked food like vegetables with chapati.

5. Fresh fruits

Fruits are healthy and fibrous and will make you stay full and hydrated longer.

Mothers-in-law (Sasu) give their daughters-in-law (bahu) this sumptuous food called ‘Sargi’ to eat before sunrise, as the fast starts before sunrise and ends only after worshiping the moon at night. It is a tough fast, as the women do not take any food or water.

While Baya is the mother who sends sweets, clothes, and money to their daughter’s house.

Happy fasting to all the ladies. May the taste of Sargi??? ???☕ the sweet sound of Bangles⭕⭕⭕⭕ and the bright color of Sindoor❗???? ??always shine in our life. Happy Karwachauth!

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