Top 10 OffBeat Ideas to Celebrate KarvaChauth this Year 2018
Karva Chauth, a one day festival symbolizes the love between a husband and wife and is celebrated in the northern states of India, a day when the married women fast from Sunrise to moon rise for the long healthy life of their husband and sometime the unmarried women observe the fast for wellness of their fiances or desired husbands.
Below are the top 10 off beat idea to celebrate Karva Chauth this year.
1. A Mehandi Party
A Henna or Mehandi Party with friends and family good food and music at home is a nice idea to celebrate Karva Chauth.
2. Parties with Theme
You could arrange a party based on a theme, preferably one related to mythology to have more fun in Karva Chauth.
3. Outing for Dinner
Outing together with wife, preferably a candle light one would be a romantic idea to make her happy.
4. A long Drive and gift
A long drive with stay plans to a special place which reminds love of both is also a great idea to celebrate with a surprise gift to each other.
Shopping Jewellery and clothes with your friends and family for self as well as your partner is always fun in Karva Chauth.
6. Group Movie Watch
After the full day of fasting in Karva Chauth, it is a great idea for families to get together at one place for a group movie to have fun together.
7. Second Honeymoon
Couples may even plan for a second honeymoon to desired locations which was in the wish list of first honeymoon plans and recall the memories of their love.
8. Dance Party with drinks
Couples who love dancing with booze may plan for a night out dance party in a club or plan a farm house get together of couples.
9. Adventure trips
A crazy idea for couples who loves adventure as they may opt such a destination for their trip as part of Karva Chauth celebration.
10. Private Home stay
Would be a great idea to spend the whole day fully dedicated to your wife at home fasting with her, helping her in cooking and gifting her without outside interference.
ScoopHub wishes all married couples a very Happy KarwaChauth. 🙂
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