Karva Chauth 2015 Puja Thali Decoration Quotes Wallpapers Photos

Karva Chauth festival is symbolic of the unflagging loyalty of a wife towards her husband. The fast begins before the sunrise and concludes after worshipping the moon God in the night. It is the most important festival for the followers of Hinduism across the world.

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A very important component for performing the Karva Chauth puja is a puja thali is also known as Baya. The art of creating attractive thali for puja may also contain the ritualistic decoration like rangoli and alpana. Karwa Chauth Pooja has a lot of significance; an equal significance is given to the Puja Thali Decoration.

Karva Chauth 2015 Puja Thali Decoration Wallpapers Photos

May The Sindoor,
Testify Your Prayers,
For Your Husband’s Long Life.
The Mangal Sutra Reminds You Of,
The Promises That Binds You.
And The Color Of Mehndi,
Prove The Depth Of Your Love.
Happy Karwa Chauth 2015!

Hope this day strengthens the bond of love between you two.
May the almighty bless you with a happy and long married life.
Happy Karwa Chauth 2015!

Fast taken by wives…
For well-being, longevity
and prosperity of husbands.
Seeking his blessings.
May this blissful day fills your life…
With love and happiness.
Happy Karwa Chauth 2015!

On This Blessed Night,
May the Jingling of Churis,
Fill Your Life With Good Luck,
The Twinkling Of Payal,
Announce Your Love For Him,

Happy Karwa Chauth to all My friends,
May The Moon Light,
Flood Your Life With
Happiness & Joy,
Peace & Harmony.

You walk with me through thick & thin, stand by me whether I lose or Win !
All my worries you take up, with you around, I feel secure,
Praying only for your long and healthy life …..I ask for no more..
A very Happy Karvachauth 2015!

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First published on 16th August, 2012. Last updated on 6th November, 2014.

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