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A Manipuri bride weaves her own wedding garland, and makes one for her groom too! In a ceremony called ‘leilenga’ that takes place on the wedding day, a bride prays for an everlasting and happy married life while weaving the wedding garlands
The seven vows of marriage are the seven promises which the bride and the groom make to each other for a happy and prosperous life. They are bound together by an unseen bond protected by these promising words. Sign up today at www.artoflivingmatrimony to find a suitable match for you. #AOLMatrimony
In India, people follow traditional Islamic wedding rituals which are a unique blend of traditional Islamic customs as well as adapting the pre-existing rituals of the multi-cultural Indian sub-continent. Join www.artoflivingmatrimony.org to find a suitable match for you.
In Armenia, unmarried women are encouraged to eat a salty piece of bread as part of a long-held love ritual. Unmarried women go to church in the evening of this holiday and get salty bread from a priest. It has to be blessed and eaten before they go to bed. They will not drink anything with it. This is a longstanding custom and the tradition is being kept alive in communities throughout Southern California and the United States. Join www.artoflivingmatrimony.org to find a suitable match for you.
Sakhar Puda is one of the first rituals heralding the beginning of the wedding process. It is sort of the formal engagement ceremony. The two families gather and the bride is given a saree, jewellery and a packet of sugar or Sakhar Puda by the groom's mother as a sign of her acceptance to the family. Join artoflivingmatrimony.org
The wedding is one of the most important life transforming "Samskara" of the 16 samskaras in life. The Origin of wedding traditions is different in every country and state. ICELAND is responsible to introduce the term Honeymoon.
Today we celebrate Aadi Pooram (Aandal Jayanti) July 26, 2017 Aandal girl-saint is important that every Vaishnavite temple has a special sannidhi(sanctum) for her. With her tilted kondai (head gear), vairanaamam (diamond caste mark) and nose-ring, Andal is worshipped by parents of unmarried girls for ‘mangalya’ blessings. In fact, among Vaishnavites, it is common belief that singing or reciting Andal’s dream song, ‘Vaaranamayiram’, which details her marriage rituals to Lord Ranganathar, will
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In Ghara Gharoli ceremony in Punjabi wedding, a pitcher or Ghada is brought by the groom’s sister-in-law (Bhabhi). Bride’s siblings then fill this pitcher with Holy water from Gurudwara, which is used for the bride’s bath, before wearing the wedding attire. #PunjabiWedding