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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 life time.
Swagat Vidhi: This is basically the 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.
Parikarma: 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 brides hair and let’s 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 touch each other’s heart and make 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 life time just like how the star is constant in the sky.
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