Date: 2018-10-27 14:57:20
Karwachauth, a festival of love or I would say Indian's style of celebrating Valentines Day. The only difference is we fast for our ever-lasting love, we pray to god to protect our love from every storm and never let anything affect our bonding in any way. There is a belief that this festival is celebrated to pray for husband's long life, which is true. Since decades women are fasting for their husband's long life and to keep him away from any difficulties. But as a modern girl, where people say this is all a myth, I have been keeping this fast from last two years after getting married and the reason was not to only pray for his long life but to pray for us as a couple, I pray that love keep blossoming between us with coming years and God bless us with only sunshine.
Before marriage I used to think the same that nothing happens from all of this, it's all a myth and starving yourself just make your health worst but once I got married I realized it's not only the festival, it's a feeling. Feeling of being in love madly, deeply and truly. I kept this fast not because it was a ritual but there were feelings in it.
Having food early morning with my in-laws made my relationship more comfortable and loving with them. We build a bond of understanding and trust. Whereas, with my husband we found a new way to show our love by me keeping the fast and he being beside me all day and taking care of me as a queen and then a moment of getting ready in a red attire that gives me chills of being a bride again that give us more romantic moments. Sitting and waiting for moon made me much happier than anything, seeing him through the "channi" made me realize that how much I love this man, his smile and laughter is what I live for.
Finally, I have got what I wished for. Eating through his hand made me realize that this is what I was waiting for all my life, starvation didn't affect me because in the end I was waiting for this moment and the moment of him taking me out on a date made me realize that small celebrations in our lives can give us such good and memorable memories which we will cherish till the end.
It's been two years since I got married and this year it is my third karwachauth but still, the excitement and nervousness is the same every time. The excitement of getting ready as a bride and nervousness of being with him again with more love in my heart. Being married is a beautiful feeling and being a lover to someone with respect and dignity is more beautiful. This festival is not only about fasting and praying but it's all about love, care, understanding, and intimacy. It strengthens the bond and make falling in love more easily every time.
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