Marriage is one of the most important events in an individual's life. It is coming together of two individuals, two souls and two families. In the Indian context, the importance and sanctity of the wedding institution can be gauged from the fact that a number of rituals are performed to accomplish it. Marriages in India are performed with utmost care and in accordance with ancient practices. A number of considerations are still taken in account before choosing a prospective match.

The regional, religious, cultural and traditional diversity calls in for a variety of customs and rituals being followed in different Indian marriages. Though the feeling and fervor behind all the weddings is the same yet you will find differences in rituals, ceremonies and traditions in different parts of India. Moreover, marriage is considered a lifetime affair, which is celebrated just once. As a result, it becomes an event to be cherished and to make fond memories for the rest of the life. The bride and he groom feel elated as they are treated royally on the occasion.

Finding a suitable match is one of the most blessed things on this earth. It is the most anticipated moment in everyone's life as they eagerly wait to meet their soul mate. Wedding is therefore special for every unmarried person and they want it to be the most memorable moment of their life. This is very much evident in the wedding preparations, which are done best according to one's own capacity. Be it wedding dress, jewelry, make up, decoration or arrangement, everything should be just perfect, for this dream come true state.

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Engagement & Ceremony

Indian Marriages are said to involve maximum rituals, traditions and vibrancy otherwise absent in any other marriages around the globe. Marriages are said to be the binding of two hearts rather than anything else, in which two people comes together, chosen by the families mostly, except for love marriages, and solemnly pledge to share every sorrow and joy with one another. The Engagement Ceremony is one of the Pre Wedding Ceremony in which the couple exchanges rings with each other. Therefore it is also known as the Ring Ceremony.

The most vital social event in Indian custom, marriage is based on the early Vedic Concept in which union of two souls and bodies make for a supreme union. The main wedding is elaborate and continue for at least 5 days.. There are numerous Pre Wedding Ceremonies held before the wedding. Engagement Ceremony is one of them.

The theme of engagement is perhaps influenced from the Western Concept. Some say that the wedding ceremonies take a deeper impact only after the advent of the British in India. But Wedding Ceremonies have been of primary importance to the Punjabis, Marathis and few inhabitants of South Indian states as well. But later on the ceremonious Engagement opened its door to the other Indians as well.

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Tilak & Ceremony

Tilak Ceremony

Tilak Ceremony is one of the most important Pre Wedding Ceremonies; it holds an important position as regards its auspicious nature in traditional Hindu customs. The Tilak Ceremony varies from one state to another. It is also very different in case of diverse castes and creeds. Among the tribal in India, the Tilak Ceremony holds good, but the way is quite different from its urban counterpart. According the family tradition and culture the Tilak Ceremony is usually held.

ilak which is also the sign of auspiciousness is generally put by the male members of the groom's family like uncle, cousin, brother by using Kumkum, the red vermillion. Generally the female members of the family do not put this vermillion.

The ceremony is usually held in the groom's residence but it is often held in temples so that the groom gets a blessing from Almighty, to prosper from his marriage, have a wider scope, opportunities and have an altogether improvement in life. For example according to the Sikh Mythology it is very essential that the Tilak Ceremony is held in Gurudwaras, so that the chief priest may also recite a hymn to make it more auspicious for the groom.

Vidai & Ceremony

if you witness the Wedding Ceremonies in India, you will be overwhelmed by the diverse shades of customs, religion and beliefs that these ceremonies offer. Called Panigrahana in Sanskrit and Vivah in Hindi, Indian weddings are a special affair, to say the least. In Indian culture, marriage is considered to be a union of two souls. Deemed a sacred affair, it is believed that marriage extends beyond a single life time and continues up to seven lives. The auspicious ceremony of marriage is taken to be 13th out of a total of 16 ceremonies in one's life. Indian marriages are solemnized according to the VEDAS, Hindu religion's sacred scriptures. Most of these Indian wedding rituals have regional traditions as their base. However, the common tie amongst all these wedding rituals is the fun as well as the excitement which form an integral part. One of the important Post Wedding Ceremonies in India is the Vidai Ceremony.

Indian Vidai Ceremony symbolizes reaching the end of the marriage. Vidai Ceremony in India is an event where emotions run high. It is very common to find the bride's family members become pretty sentimental along with her friends as well as the relatives. Vidai Ceremony of India symbolizes a new journey for the bride as she departs from her parents' house to go with her husband. A new life replete with new hopes and dreams beckons her. Vidai Ceremony in India is an affair of both joy and sorrow for the bride. During Indian Vidai Ceremony, the bride's father formally gives away his daughter to her husband and asks him to protect and take care of his loving daughter.

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