You all must have heard about the Holy Trinity of hinduism. The Trinity consists of the three most powerful Gods- Brahma, Vishnu and shiva. Of these three, Lord Vishnu and Lord shiva are worshiped almost all over the world, wherever hinduism is prevalent. However you may have noticed that Lord Brahma is never worshiped.
According to the scriptures, Lord Brahma is the creator. All the living beings on this Earth are said to be originated from Brahma. He is the god of wisdom and all the four Vedas are believed to have originated from His four heads. In spite of all these credentials, Lord Brahma is not worshiped by anyone.
According to another legend, after Brahma took birth, he soon created Goddess Saraswati. As soon as He created Her, He became overpowered by the ethereal beauty. But Saraswati did not want to be associated with carnal desire and she changed her forms to escape from Brahma's sexual overtures. But He did not give up. Finally, unable to control her anger, the Goddess cursed Brahma that He would not be worshiped by any being on Earth.
Traditions and rituals followed for Karwa Chauth Karwa Chauth is a traditional festival observed by married women across most states of northern states, its a tradition to worship goddess Parvathi, the wife of Lord Shiva whom Hindus consider as Akhand Soubhagyavathi. Karwa Chauth falls this Thursday, married women across all northern states of India follows the ritual religiously, they observe nirjala fast which means one can’t even drink from sunrise to moonrise, the fast is observed for well being and for health prospects of the husband
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