Married women observing Karwa Chauth breaks their fast after worshipping the moon. The holy festival is celebrated by married women in which they fast from morning to moonrise for a day. Women keep fast for the health and long life of their husbands. The day starts early before dawn with prayers and a light meal is offered by the woman's mother-in-law in the form of 'Sargi'. Following this, women keep a day-long fast which they only break after worshiping the moon god.