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INTRODUCTION OF WEDDING RITUALS

Especially, Hindu weddings are vibrant, intricately planned, culture-rich festivities full of celebration and tradition. A Hindu wedding ceremony is the physical, spiritual, and emotional union of two people. it's also about the coming together of two families through prayer and celebration. A wedding is a sacred union of two souls Hindu pandit for wedding UK plays the main role for a Hindu wedding. We can call him Wedding priest also. Ketul Joshi is such a type of wedding priest. He travels to many countries to perform wedding rituals. The wedding priest checks the Rashi of the groom and bride first then decides the date and muhurta. and says on which day Hindu wedding can be the best for both groom and bride. After that family keeps a function for this called the wedding ceremony. The wedding ceremonies are very colorful, and celebrations may extend for several days. In Hindu wedding, After ceremony two-family joined each other for a lifetime. Hindu weddings take 2 or 3 days to complete. It depends on Hindu rituals and functions performed for Hindu weddings.

The Groom is then escorted to the mandap where supplications to God are offered to Lord Ganesh first and afterward a concise function happens to respect the man of the hour and purify the mandap under which the wedding service will occur.
The Bride then makes her fabulous passageway and is escorted to the mandap by her maternal uncles or siblings in a service known as Kanya Agaman. A screen called the Antarpat is kept before the Groom differentiating him from the Bride.

After that, Rituals of Hindu weddings start with the help of Hindu pandit for wedding ceremonies ( Hindu priest ). There are many Hindu wedding rituals. Some are described in brief as below.

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Parchan

(Arrival of the Groom)

The wedding begins as the groom's family and friends are welcomed near the entrance. With the guidance of Hindu pandit for the wedding, Groom will step on Saput (a clay pot) with his right foot, crushing it to demonstrate that he has the ability, strong determination to overcome all obstacles that the couple may face. Groom will then be accompanied to the mandap.

Ganesh Puja

(Worship of God)

The Indian wedding priest begins with the worshipping of Lord Ganesh, who the wedding priest will invite to join us on this prosperous day. Lord Ganesh dispels darkness removes any obstacles to the ceremony.

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Antarpaat & Kanya Aagmana

(Entrusting of the Bride to the Groom)

The wedding priest gives his consent for the wedding to proceed, by offering Bride's hand in marriage to Groom.

Jai mala

(Garland Ceremony)

The cloth is removed & the couple exchange flower garlands acknowledging their decision to choose each other's as life partners.

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Kanya daan

(Entrusting of the bride to the groom)

The Bride's father gives his consent for the wedding to proceed, by offering Bride's hand in marriage to Groom as per the guide by the wedding priest, while in this ceremony Hindu pandit for wedding chants the mantras. To know more about Kanyadaan. Visit our Blog Kanyadan : Hindu Wedding.

Varmala

(Sacred thread)

A sacred thread made of handwoven cotton around the necks of the couple to symbolize the couple's bond is bestowed by The wedding priest, taking the vow of love, cherish & protect each other throughout their life together.

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Hasta melap

(Joining of Hands)

Groom & Bride's right hands are joined together to represent a union of souls.

Ganth bandhan

(Tying of the knot)

Groom's uparnu (scarf) is then tied in a knot with Bride's chunari (sari) signifying a permanent union between the couple & the start of their journey as husband and wife.

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Mangal phera

(Circling of the Sacred Fire)

The wedding priest sets up the Agnikunda (sacred fire) which represents Lord Vishnu, symbolizing the illumination of mind, knowledge, and happiness. Offerings are made to the fire whilst some prayers are said. The groom & bride then walk around their sacred fire four times to represent the essential duties in life.

Sapatpadi

(Seven Marriage Vows/Steps)

Groom & Bride exchange their vows by taking seven steps together to promise:

1. To share their joys and sorrows
2. To nourish each other
3. To obey, respect and value each other as equals
4. To be faithful to one another
5. To be blessed with strong, healthy & happy children
6. To preserve their wealth
7. To be true companions and remain long-life partners

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Sindhur and Mangalsutra

(Signifying the Marriage)

At the end of the marriage ceremony, Groom places sindhur (a red powder) along the parting in Bride's hair to wish a long life to her relationship with him, and places the mangalsutra (necklace) around Bride's neck as a sign of their marriage, commitment, love & devotion

Kansaar

(Feeding Each Other)

Groom & Bride feed each other Indian Sweets to signify happiness & harmony and a "sweet" peaceful life together.

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Aashirwad

(Blessings)

After Complete all Hindu wedding ceremonies by Hindu priest Bride and groom go to take the blessings of the Hindu wedding priest. The newlyweds are blessed by the wedding priest.

Vidai

(Farewell to the Bride)

The Bride's family bid farewell to the daughter who has now become a wife. At the end of the ceremony, the bride throws a fist of rice so that the house of her childhood remains prosperous and happy after she has left for her new home. She leaves with tears of joy and sorrow but carries the very best wishes of all who witnessed the matrimonial ceremony.

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In all over the Hindu weddings, Hindu pandit for wedding plays an important role. The cultures of a Hindu wedding are not only beautiful and lively but also exhilarating. It’s wonderful that so much time and detail go into making a couple of such a wedding feel supported and loved every step of the way. While the support and love for the couple during their special day can be seen across multiple cultures - there is just something about the way Indian families come together. They celebrate the joining of new lives over the course of a week with individual celebrations like the Baraat, Mehndi, and mixed social events like the wedding reception. It is special, beautiful, and an event that is not easily forgotten. Hindu priest Uk plays the main role in Hindu wedding as Hindu priest is the main person who will guide you for the wedding ceremony.

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