This touching Chatt video is breaking all records, Sharda Sinha will tell you why

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 13: The festival which earlier used to belong to the eastern part of India is now having an encompassing effect on the entire country, and even crossing barriers for that reason. Why else are various state governments declaring it a state holiday then and why all the puja items, which are particularly associated with this puja alone, are now available in all popular stores. The Chatt puja is now an all-encompassing festival.And there certainly is one person who has silently and unknowingly played an important role in making this festival an endearing one, in all parts of the country. She is the popular folk singer of Bihar Sharda Sinha. Her endearing voice immersed in deep devotion touches one's heart.One video of Sharda Sinha, featuring an NRI son and his Punjabi wife is an immersive one. It tells beautifully the greatness of this festival and how it transforms one from within. This heart-touching video is touching a viewership of nearly two crores.The month of Kartik is a very popular one in India as many important festivals fall in this holy month. Diwali, Chhath Puja, Govardhan Puja, Bhai Dooj, Karwa Chauth are a few which merit mention. Many devotees perform 'kartik snan' for one complete month.After Diwali, Chhath which is a popular festival of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor. The person who fasts, mostly the eldest woman of the house, fasts for nearly three days.The Puja is observed to thank the Sun God for his protection and seek his blessings along with good health and happiness. It is celebrated on the sixth day in the month of Kartik of the Hindu calendar.Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic festival historically native to the Indian subcontinent, more specifically, the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal as well as the Madhesh region of Nepal. The Chhath Puja is dedicated to the Sun and his wives Usha and Sangya or Sandhya in order to thank them for bestowing the bounties of life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. Chhath does not involve any idol worship. This festival is observed by Nepalese and Indian people, along with their diaspora. While it is a Hindu festival, some Muslims also celebrate Chhath