A wedding is the union of souls and the union of families. Some people marry within the same caste and religion, while others marry across cultural and linguistic boundaries. The wedding has some kind of sanctity, and this is the first step to starting a family. Marriage makes two people one and united. And they sail together through both the highs and lows of life. There are five different elements involved in marriage. Relationship, sanctity, family, children, and, most importantly, love and a new direction in life.
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They imply a colourful ritual centric celebration that goes on for at least 3 days. They are also termed as 'Big Fat Celebrations' aptly as Hindu weddings are a true family celebration filled with fun traditions to make bride and groom feel loved, blessed and special. The Hindu weddings are also followed by a grand reception with different choices of cuisines from all over India for the guests.
Christian brides have to wear a white dress that mostly mirrors the western bridal dress. Her father accompanies her to the church through the isle. Then, after prayer, in front of the priest, the groom ties a thali around her neck and, in some cases, exchanges rings. In the case of anglo-Indians, they have to kiss each other in front of the crowd, but in rare cases.
When the Bengali groom arrives, he is taken to the mandap and offered a cloth to wear till the ritual is completed. The bride sits on a piri and her brothers lift the piri and take 7 rounds around the groom. Then the bride removes the betel leaves covering her face, and eye contact between the bride and groom takes place. Like in other Indian weddings, the exchange of garlands takes place, then the bride’s hand is given to the hands of the groom. Six rounds of walking around the sacred fire take place between the bride and groom. Then sindoor is put on the bride's forehead.
At the muhurta hour, the bride’s team sits around a table where the photos of the deity are kept in front of the lamps. The bride comes out with a thaalam and takes three rounds around the table where the photo of the deity is kept, and then stands in front of the deity. Then the poojari/priest does pooja on the thali and hands over the gold chain with the thali to the groom. The groom ties it around her neck, then both their hands are kept together while the father of the bride does some ritual, and hands her over to him. After that, garlands are exchanged, and the ritual is complete.
The wedding ritual commences with the Ganesh puja. The bride is dressed in yellow and green attire. The bride's uncle escorts her to the mandap, and the bride and groom exchange garlands, then go around the sacred fire. Then the couple worships Lord Agni.
The couple sits in front of the priest and reads some verses from the Quran. Both partners have to agree and sign a contract. After the ritual, both are allowed to remove the veil and see each other.
Gujarati wedding is a ceremony where jaymala is exchanged twice. Gujarati takes 4 pheras called the Mangal Pheras which symbolises 'Dharma', 'Artha', 'Kama' and 'Moksha'. The wedding is followed by a reception with traditional Gujarati feast for the guests.
The bride arrives on a horse, and he is led to the couple, exchanging garlands. The groom is offered a bowl of water to drink. He is fed Madhu by the bride's father and hands her over to his daughter's groom, who accepts her hand, witnessing her as the holy spirit. After tying their dupattas and encircling the holy fire, the groom applies sindoor on her hair and ties a mangal sutra on her neck.
In the Assamese wedding, the feast or the reception part is held prior to the marriage ceremony with with mouth watering Assamese dishes. Assamese weddings are started by a bathing custom in which the bride and grooms mother visit the nearby river to which holy water for the bath.
The Buddhist weddings are very simple and low key as the life led by them. There are no specific customs or rituals to a Buddhist wedding, but only getting married in a Buddhist temple is necessary.
An Oriya wedding, or Bahaghara, is a ceremony performed by Hindu Oriya people in Orissa. The wedding in Orissa is completely traditional and ritualistic. Some takes place in morning and others in the evening followed by a completely traditional local delicacies.
The groom is escorted to the altar with his father and two female members. Holding her father’s hand, the bride enters the venue. Then an acho macho ritual takes place by the mothers of the bride and groom to remove evils from them. The garland is handed over to the bride after applying a tilak on her forehead. The bride sits opposite the groom on the stage, and after a few rituals, the right hand of the bride is placed on top of the right hand of the groom. After the rituals by the priest, the couple could exchange wedding rings.
On the day of the wedding, Mangala snana with haldi, kumkum, and oil is anointed on the body of the bride-to-be. The bride worships the goddess Gauri and seeks her blessings. When the groom and his team arrive, the brother of the bride receives him and performs aarti. Then, after the paada pooja with vermillion and sandalwood paste and water, the broom is taken to the mandap. Both the bride and the groom exchange garland. Then the father hands over the bride to the groom, which is called Kanya Daan. Then the bride has to promise the groom that he will take care of her. A thread is tied to both of their hands as a ritual of the union.
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They imply a colorful ritual-centric celebration that goes on for at least 3 days...View Details
Christian brides have to wear a white dress that mostly mirrors the western brida...View Details
When the Bengali groom arrives, he is taken to the mandap and offered a cloth to ...View Details
At the muhurta hour, the bride's team sits around a table where the photos of the...View Details
The wedding ritual commences with the Ganesh puja. The bride is dressed in yellow...View Details
The couple sits in front of the priest and reads some verses from the Quran. Both...View Details
Gujarati wedding is a ceremony where Jaymala is exchanged twice. Gujarati takes 4...View Details
Sikh wedding takes place in gurudwara during the day where the Ardasis recited. T...View Details
In the Assamese wedding, the feast or the reception part is held before the marri...View Details
Buddhist weddings are very simple and low-key as the life led by them. There are ...View Details
Also known as Lagan, the Parsi weddings are known for their Grand reception parti...View Details
On the day of the wedding, Mangala snana with haldi, kumkum, and oil is anointed ...View Details