Indian celebrations involve a lot of entertaining, touching, and meaningful ceremonies. Kanyadana, the bride’s father handing the wife over to the wedding in a symbolic way, symbolizes that the bride is now his obligation. He raises her hand and teaches her the art of walking through living up, facing its joys and sorrows, delight and suffering with conviction and power.

Another significant occasion is Laja Homam, in which the bride and her father’s family and friends also throw puffed rice ( also known as ahutis ) into the sacred fire. According to legend, the wedding ritual purges the bride’s energy and prepares her for a fulfilling marriage. In the process, the bride is furthermore smeared with yellow as a form of purifying, and five Veda phrases are recited.

The Anjara follows, where the bride’s families give the wedded handful their gift. The bridegroom then presents the bride with her Ram Sutra, saying that he accepts her as a significant part of his relatives.

When the wedding bids farewell to her parents and sets off for her new home with her husband, the Vidai service occurs. Her sisters lovingly tease her by requesting that the vicar’s apartment let her in and blocking his entry. Therefore, in order to tear through their blockade, he must supply them gifts. A fun-filled, lighthearted tradition! Juta Churai frequently follows this custom, in which the vicar’s sister-in-law tries to steal his trainers and demand payment for them.

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