Naomi Jackson; Toni Shapiro-Phim, Dance, Human Rights, and Social Justice: Dignity in Motion, Rowman and Littlefield, 2008, ISBN 978-0-8108-6149-7, ... a few Indian women’s activists have discussed the manners by which Indian, particularly Hindu, ladies have discovered it engaging to clutch religious practices ... the Karvachauth ... implied that she had a three day weekend once per year and another sari toward the finish of it ...

 

Productions Division, Happy Karva Chauth 2018 Indian and remote audit, Volume 23, Publications Division of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1985, ... the commonly North Indian celebration of Karva Chauth when spouses quick for the life span of their husbands. On this day a lady remembers her big day. Wearing her wedding garments, with hands and feet customarily enriched with Mehndi ...

 

Robert Jackson; Eleanor M. Nesbitt, Hindu kids in Britain, Trentham, 1993, ISBN 978-0-948080-73-9, ... this day, which falls around eleven days before the all-India celebration of Divali, spouses spruce up in wedding hues (red and gold) ...

 

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A.H.W. Sameer, Hindu Vrat Kathayen, Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd., 2003, ISBN 978-81-288-0375-8, ... The ladies recount among themselves the narrative of Karva Chauth on this day. Some of the time a Brahmin minister recounts this story and receives a blessing consequently ... The wedded ladies get exorbitant blessings from their spouses, siblings and guardians on this ...

 

Madhusree Dutta, Neera Adarkar, Majlis Organization (Bombay), The country, the state, and Indian personality, Popular Prakashan, 1996, ISBN 978-81-85604-09-1, ... initially was honed by ladies in Punjab and parts of UP, is increasing huge notoriety ... We discovered ladies everything being equal and provincial networks ... all said they too were watching the Karva Chauth Vrat for their spouses’ life span. Every one of them had dekha-dekhi (in impersonation) pursued a pattern which made them feel unique on this one day. Spouses gave careful consideration and gave them blessings. The ladies from the bastis go to magnificence parlors to have their hair set and hands improved with mehendi ... As an instrument of social control, customs work insiduously. Profoundly instilled in the awareness of Hindu ladies, strengthened by present day shapes, we don’t know which is the more noteworthy boundary to ladies’ freedom: religion or the market ...

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Rama Bijapurkar, Winning in the Indian Market: Understanding the Transformation of Consumer India, John Wiley and Sons, 2007, ISBN 978-0-470-82199-2, ... Karva Chauth is a sentimental old north Indian ceremony, where the spouse fasts throughout the day for the well‐being of her significant other, at that point when the moon rises, she takes a gander at the moon and her better half’s face and he encourages her the main piece of nourishment that ... 

Veena Das; Dipankar Gupta; Patricia Uberoi, Tradition, pluralism and character, Sage Publications, 1999, ISBN 978-0-7619-9381-0, ... breaking the Karva Chauth