Women Go Fasting, But Ever Wondered What Men Do During Karva Chauth?

For men, there is no 'WE' in 'food'.

Women Go Fasting, But Ever Wondered What Men Do During Karva Chauth?
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Karva Chauth. What do we know about it? 

Karva Chauth is an occasion that has been passed down from a very long time. We know that it is this particular time when ladies remain excited and hungry for one whole day just to prove their love for their better halves. 

It's a straightforward plan, the spouse stays hungry chanting prayers, and the husband carries on with an upbeat, long life. Where women are eagerly waiting for the moon to rise, her hubby is busy deciding what to gift her.

Indeed, it appears like a sweet and sentimental act but have you ever wondered what the hubby thinks while his wife stays without food? I think for him it is not about his wife's hunger, but about his own. 

Check these hilarious observations about what men do during Karva Chauth. 

The tales behind Karva Chauth...

The tales behind Karva Chauth...

According to sources, Karva Chauth can be traced back to the time when Savitri begged the God of death, Lord Yama, for her husband's soul. Other stories say how women, whose husbands left them for long periods to fight in wars, observed day-long fasts praying for their husbands' safety. 

It is also about when Draupadi sought for Lord Krishna's help, he advised her to fast for Arjuna's well-being and reminded her how Goddess Parvati did the same for Shiva's safety. The festival is also associated with wheat-sowing time or the beginning of the rabi crop-cycle.

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There is a big difference between the Karva Chauth before marriage and after marriage.

Before marriage Karva Chauth.

Before marriage Karva Chauth.
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Before marriage, even men care that their partner is hungry. "Tum ruko, main apne haatho se khilata hoon..."

After marriage Karva Chauth.

After marriage Karva Chauth.
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After marriage, the same dialogue turns into "Tumhare chakkar me to main bhooka mar jaunga!"

Ever wondered what single men do on Karva Chauth?

Committed men vs. Single men

Committed men vs. Single men

Where committed men spend their Karva Chauth with the love of their life, single men spend time with the most dangerous thing. Oh, did I say it wrong?  

Expectation vs. Reality 

Expectation vs. Reality 

During Karva Chauth, often the hubby turns into a burger, or friend fries or simply butter chicken. 

The love during Karva Chauth has its own meaning, and it is...

"Remember the last time we had BUTTER CHICKEN."

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The love that you see before Karva Chauth, is actually a discussion about FOOD... True story! 

"To kisne kaha tha Karva Chauth rakhne ko..."

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Maximum time of a man during Karva Chauth is spent scolding his wife. Most of the time, he is like, "Kisne kaha tha Karva Chauth rakhne ko."

Do you know what men think after the moon is out? 

Hello, moon! Good to see you!

Hello, moon! Good to see you!
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The happiness when the couple realizes the moon is out is simply incomparable. 

"Finally ab khana milega..."

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Because it is all about food. 

Women spend most of their time decorating the house and themselves, obviously. But this is how men see it...

"Ye kya hai, bus ek laddoo!"

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Looking at the 'puja ki thali', men actually don't give a damn about anything. How many sweets or food items in the thali is what concerns them the most. 

Even the moon thinks why are these hungry ladies looking at me.

Even the moon thinks why are these hungry ladies looking at me.
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Ladies from the entire nation look at the moon at one single purpose of time. Indeed, he should get inquisitive consistently watching this. Don't you think sometimes moon gets a bit embarrassed? 

This is something that actually happens behind all the taam-jhaam. 

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