North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage
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Marriage or Vivah Sanskar are celebration of love and commitment, customs and traditions that most of us experience at least once in our lifetime. A North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage is not just about two people promising their lives to each other but it’s also a union of two families. This North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage ceremony has range of rituals which varies one region to another. The most common ceremonies that are part of most all North Indian Marriages are:
Purpose of North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage Ceremony
- Seek blessings of all almighty, elders, ancestors
- For happy and prosperous married life of the couple
- Social acceptability to union of family and couple
When to perform the North Indian Wedding (Auspicious Muhurat)
- Consult Pandit /Purohit and fix a best date and time
- You can also check dates in our Muhurat section
Procedure/Vidhi: North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage Ceremony
- Ganesh Poojan
- Dwar puja
- Varamala (Jaimala)
- Havan ( Laja havan, Jaya Havan, pitra havan etc)
- 7 Vachan
- Sindoor daan
- Mangalsutra dharan
Why Choose Us
- Highly experienced team of Vedic Pandit, Priests or Purohits for North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage Ceremony
- Affordable fee
- Puja rituals are performed as per vedic standards and procedures
- We bring all puja samagri (puja materials) to ensure a hassle-free experience
- We also performed remote (distance) Puja
- More than 6000 pujas done by the team
- Reference Video: Watch wedding video by Hiral Garg
- Fee mentioned is for 1 (one) Pandit only.
- In case more pandits are needed, our fee is Rs 2000 for each extra Pandit
- Fee is only for wedding day rituals.
- In case, you want to avail services for other day rituals, fee would be extra based on various rituals
- Pandit will arrive at the puja Venue 30 minutes prior to Muhurta.
- Payment Terms;
- Advance Payment: 30% of the Total fee to be paid for booking the Puja Service.
- Balance Payment: 70% of the Total fee to be paid after the Puja to Pandit directly.
- Puja Materials: Our Pandit will carry the Puja materials only
- Arrangements by the clients
- Fruits, Sweets, Panchamrut as per the no of attendee’s
- Flower, according to the decorations desired
- Vessels, Oil Lamps, Mats, Bowls, Plates, Deity Photos, Pata/Chowki
- Banana Stand for Canopy (if required)
- Any other items required (if required)
- Attached Video are for reference only. Actual Puja will have variations based on region and a specific Pandit style
- Cancellation can be made 3 or more days prior to the Puja
- 30% Advance payment of total Puja fee will be non-refundable
- If 100% of total Puja fee payment is made in advance, then 70% will be refunded on cancellation done before 3 or more days
- There will be no refunds for cancellations made within 3 days of the event.
- Notice of cancellation must be made via e-mail email@example.com
- A cancellation acknowledgement will be sent within 2 working days and fees will be refunded within 7 working days, subject to this Refund Policy
Know North Indian Wedding, Hindi Marriage Rituals:
Roka: This is the initial practice that takes place several months before the wedding. The bride and groom affirm their desire to get married in the future. This also ensures that as the engagement has been confirmed by both sides, and they will not search for other prospective brides & grooms.
Engagement or Sagai: This is the start of the celebration of the wedding. This ceremony is mostly carried out a few months before the actual wedding. In simple terms it means bride and groom’s approval of one another.
Tilak/Shagun Ceremony: After the engagement is over, the groom’s mother visits the home of the bride and gives gifts such as clothing, jewellery, sweets etc. In some places, the bride’s family members visit groom’s house and gives gifts such as clothing, jewellery, sweets etc.
Haldi: Another auspicious custom that is an inevitable part of an Indian wedding is applying turmeric or haldi. A raw turmeric stick is tied to the wrists on the day before the wedding and turmeric paste is applied to the body of the bride and groom. Now both are not allowed to leave the house till marriage is complete
Var Mala or Jai Mala: The groom comes to the house of the girl on a decorated horse with some Band, Baaja, Baraat, to woe her from her parents. As part of the service, on the podium or platform, the bride and groom exchange floral garlands. This reflects the couple’s intention to marry each other.
Kanyadaan: The moment when the bride’s father gives away his daughter to the man of her dreams is known as the kanyadaan. The bride’s father places his daughter’s hands in the hands of the groom during the ceremony as a sign of giving her away. The bride’s father pours holy water into the hand of the bride, which will flow through her fingertips and into her groom’s hand. This means that as this water flows into the hands of the groom, similarly, the bride now belongs to her man.
Paani Grahan (water acceptance): A Vedic ritual in which groom accepts bride as his wife, taking the right hand of the bride in his left hand. Water is poured into the hands of the brides to sanctify and bless this act. This ritual symbolizes the brides in the hands of the groom surrendering their souls.
Saptapadi: In this ceremony, the bride and groom have their garments tied together. Then bride and the groom make seven circles (7 Phere) around a ritual fire, in which each round signifies a particular blessing they request from God. The key significance of saptapadi is the formation of friendship, which is not only the foundation of Hindu marriage, but also of any marriage.
By taking the 7 Phere, the couple seeks the blessings of God and fire to be together for the next seven births. The priests of the family recite the mantras of the Seven Vows, and the bride and groom repeat them during their turns. These 7 vows (Saat Vachan) are:
- The first vow is the prayer to the Lord for provision and nourishment
- The second vow is for strength in sickness, health, good times or bad
- The third vow is for prosperity
- The fourth vow is for families; to stand by them through thick and thin
- The fifth vow is for progeny
- The sixth vow is for health; through sickness and in health
- The seventh vow is for love and friendship
Sindoor: a red-orange powder, is applied by groom to brides hairs, symbolizes her new married status. All the wedded females of the family add this sacred red-powder to the new bride’s hair as a blessing from her new family members
Mangal Sutra: The groom ties a necklace of black and gold beads on the neck of. Conventionally, Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity, is invoked in the Mangala sutra and the bride is said to receive blessings throughout her wedding.
Bidaai or Vidai: is the ceremony which means ‘goodbye. It is the most sentimental part of any marriage. Before leaving for her in laws’ house, the bride performs a ritual which includes throwing rice and coins backwards over her head into her maternal home before crossing the doorstep.
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