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Book Pandit for Marriage Ceremony. Marriage or Vivah or Wedding Ceremony is one of the most important events in one’s life. It signifies the transitional state from Brahmacharayashram to Grihasthashramam. It is also the time when the family members and the society realize and accept that their children are finally mature enough to start a new family.
Vivah is a very sacred union. Performing Pooja for Marriage Ceremony acts as an invitation to the Many Gods and Goddesses by performing various rituals to come and bless the couple. The Fire acts as the witness or Sakshi to this Holy Union. The promises made during Vivah Puja are lifelong commitments that the bride and the groom make to each other.
Performing this puja ensures the blessings of all our ancestors, gods and goddess and bestows harmony, prosperity, and healthy married life for the couple.
When to Perform Vivah Puja (Marriage Ceremony)?
Marriage Ceremony is performed on an auspicious muhurta that is selected after going through the Couple’s horoscope. The Vivah or Wedding ceremony is always chosen on the day that shall be most beneficial to both the bride and groom.
Book Pandit for Marriage Ceremony or Vivah Puja or Wedding Ceremony. All the Puja Samagri will be brought by Panditji. All the Pandits are well experienced and studied from Vedic Pathshala.
Types of Weddings
According to Hindu sacred texts like Asvalayana Garhyasutra and Atharvaveda, eight different types of marriages are recognized by the ancient Hindu society. Four of them were categorized as ‘Prashasta’ or proper marriages conducted by following appropriate religious customs. The remaining four were considered as ‘Aprashasta’, which referred to inappropriate unions between man and woman that did not follow any Vedic or religious ritual.
The various types of Prashasta marriages are as follows –
Brahma– It is the marriage that takes place upon receiving mutual consent from both the bride and groom’s families. It is considered the most appropriate form of marriage in Hindu society.
Daiva – The daughter is dressed up with fine clothes and ornaments and is offered as a sacrifice fee to the Deity. This type of weddings was prevalent during yajna sacrifices in ancient times.
Arsha – The father gives away his daughter in exchange for a cow and a bull from the groom’s family. The groom takes an oath to effectuate his commitment towards the bride and her family.
Prajapatya – Here the couple gets married by uttering Sanskrit verses promising eternal love in the presence of their families. This is similar to a modern-day civil ceremony where neither priest nor religious rites are performed.
The various types of Aprashasta marriages are –
Gandharva – The bride and the groom either start living together as a couple out of love and mutual consent or get married without a formal ceremony as well as without the consent of their families.
Asura – In this type of marriage, the bride’s father has been intimidated or bribed by the groom or his family into giving his consent to giving up his daughter for marriage.
Rakshasha – In these types of marriage, the bride is forced into marrying against her consent.
Paisacha – This is the most brutal of all types of marriages, where the groom forces himself upon the bride first and then accepts her as his bride.
The last two types of marriages were not only indecorous but also religiously impermissible.
Hindu marriages are based on age-old traditions that have been translated into laws. According to traditions, a Hindu marriage cannot be reversed and is irrevocable. The modern-day Hindu Marriage laws prohibit Polygamy or Polyandry. In India as well as most Hindu cultures across the world, arranged marriages are still the most preferred way of getting hitched. Consent and happiness of the families are of utmost important in Hindu culture as the marriage not only union of two souls, but also union of two families.
The key steps of Hindu wedding ritual are Kanyadaan and Paanigrahan, Vivaah Homa, Laja Homa, and Agni Pradakshina, and finally Saptapadi according to Grihya sutras. Other rituals vary according to regional cultures but these are the key steps of a Hindu Marriage without which the marriage would not be considered complete. Traditionally, the bride’s parents host the wedding ceremony and the groom and his family are the guests arriving from outside to the Mandap. The whole wedding ceremony sort of depicts a story of first meeting of the bride and the groom at the wedding mandap, the bride’s parents giving her away to this worthy man, the couple committing to each other in front of the sacred fire followed by the couple taking the seven vows of commitment to the marriage and the friends and families blessing the newly wedded couple.
The groom arrives at the bride’s house and he is welcomed by the bride’s parents first with an arti, then by feeding a drink of milk and honey known as Madhu Parka ceremony and finally before he arrives at the mandap the bride’s father washes the groom’s feet. The bride arrives at the mandap and the couple lay their eyes on each other. These rituals are presented in various forms among different Indian communities.
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The process of marriage in the Arya Samaj temple according to Hindu Rituals and Vedic methods.
In Hindu society, two forms of marriage are popular. On the basis of the first Puran. This method is called the Paurananik vidhi. And the other one is on the basis of Vedas. This is called the Vedic marriage vidhi. The Arya Samaj marriage is done according to the law given on the basis of the Vedas.
For your wedding according to the Arya Samaj Mandir marriage rules, you will have to bring two varmalas, fresh flowers, 2.5 meters of pink or white cloth, 500 grams sweets, Sindoor and Mangalasutra, on the day of marriage.
Under the process of Vedic marriage, there are methods such as procession welcome, Varmala exchange, etc. Besides, there are other processes like Madhupark, Kanyadan, Gaudan, Agnipujan, Panigrahaan, Shilarohana, Saptapadi, Sindoor and Mangalasutra, and blessings ceremony. These processes are a part of your Arya samaj marriage.
Varmala Ki Kriya: The wedding ceremony commences with the exchange of garlands between the bride and the groom. The bride garlands the groom first. The exchange of garlands demonstrates public acceptance of each other for a lifetime.
Swagat Vidhi: This is basically a welcome ritual conducted by the bride. The bride offers sacred water to the groom to wash his feet.
Madhupark Se Satkar: This is a ritual where the bride offers a mixture of curd, ghee, and honey to the groom. The ritual indicates the commitment of the bride to feed and nurture her family.
Thread Ceremony and Yagna: The groom wears a sacred thread. This is the initiation ceremony and symbolizes the transition from a boy to a married man. Fire is worshipped during the yagna and alms are given away at the end of the ceremony. Fire is considered as a witness to the sacred ceremony and hence the vows are always taken in front of the fire.
Godan: This is one of the most sacred rituals followed by Hindus where a calf is given away as alms to a Brahmin.
Pratigya Mantra: This is a ritual where the bride and groom hold hands and take vows in front of the fire which is meant to make the marriage strong and sacred.
Parikrama: The couple circles the fire four times during this ceremony. The bride prays for the health and prosperity of her husband while the groom promises to protect his wife and respect all women.
Kesh Mochan: In this ritual, the groom gently loosens the bride’s hair and lets it cascade down freely. He recites a mantra and assures her that he would never do anything to hurt her.
Saptapadikriya: The ends of the bride’s saree and the groom’s shawl are tied together, and the couple walks seven steps to signify their seven needs: nourishment, strength, wealth, health, progeny, good luck and a loving relationship. At the end of this ceremony, the older members of the family sprinkle water on the couple and advise them to be calm and good-tempered at all times.
Suryadarshan: The couple worships the Sun God during this ceremony. They pray for good health and prosperity for their new life together.
Hriday Sparsh: The couple touches each other’s heart and makes a promise to be gentle with each other.
Sindoor Daan: This is a common ritual where the groom applies sindoor on the wife’s hair parting.
Dhruv Darshan: According to this ritual, after the marriage is completed, the couple is supposed to see the Polestar together; as it signifies the bond, which lasts for a lifetime just like how the star is constant in the sky.
At the time of preparing for the marriage, the marriage should be prepared by putting together the poojan material, so that they will not face any difficulties later. Nowadays the weddings are not from the house, the boy or the girl both marry in a hotel away from their home, so it is necessary that everything you need is in a systematic form. Some rituals may be different from the boy’s family, but overhaul is very much the same. Today I will tell you about the worship material that takes place in the Hindu wedding.
If you have the first marriage then you will never know about which ritual and its method, it is necessary that after the marriage date is fixed, you get full information about the rituals behind it. The rituals of every Hindu family are different, so you better understand all the rituals from any major or family of your own house. Write down in front of the ritual, when it will take place according to the rituals, which will make it easier for you to do the same. Apart from this, you can also take a list of worship material from Pandit.
Arya Samaj Marriage is a simpler and cost-effective alternative. For your wedding according to the Arya Samaj Vedic wedding rules, you must bring two varmalas. fresh flowers, 2.5 meters of pink or white cloth, 500 grams sweets, Sindoor and Mangalasutra, 500 grams pure cow ghee the day of marriage.
Note- We do not give any certificate related to marriage. After the marriage vidhi procedure, you will be provided by our Panditji to your ID proof government registration process which you can use for future government marriage registration.
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