Vivah Puja

Vivah, also known as marriage, is an important and sacred ritual in Hindu culture. The wedding ceremony is a complex and elaborate event that involves several rituals and customs that vary according to regional and cultural differences.

The Vivah ceremony typically involves the following rituals:
  • Engagement (Sagai): This is the first step in the marriage ceremony, where the bride and groom exchange rings and officially announce their engagement.
  • Haldi Ceremony: In this ritual, a paste of turmeric, sandalwood, and other natural ingredients is applied to the bride and groom to purify and bless them before the wedding.
  • Mehndi Ceremony: Mehndi or henna is applied to the bride's hands and feet, often with intricate designs that symbolize love and affection.
  • Wedding Ceremony: The wedding ceremony involves several customs and rituals, including the exchange of garlands, the taking of vows, and the tying of the sacred thread or Mangalsutra, which symbolizes the couple's union.
  • Reception: After the wedding ceremony, a reception is held to celebrate the union of the bride and groom, and to introduce them to the community.

"ॐ विश्वानि देव सवितर्दुरितानि परासुव। यद्भद्रं तन्न आसुव॥ शुभं करोति कल्याणं आरोग्यं धनसंपदः। शत्रुबुद्धि विनाशाय दीपज्योतिर्नमोऽस्तु ते॥"

The Vivah ceremony is believed to have several benefits, including:
  • Creating a sacred bond between two individuals: The ceremony is believed to create a sacred bond between the bride and groom, and to unite them in body, mind, and spirit.
  • Promoting love and understanding: The ceremony is believed to promote love and understanding between the couple, and to create a strong foundation for their marriage.
  • Strengthening family ties: The ceremony is also believed to strengthen family ties, as it involves the participation and support of family members and friends.
  • Promoting social harmony: The Vivah ceremony is a celebration of love and union, and is believed to promote social harmony by bringing communities together.
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