Weddings are said to be made in heaven and wherever the fate has been decided by the god, it is meant to happen there. India is a cultural...

The Great Indian Fat Weddings Are Only and Only Punjabi

Weddings are said to be made in heaven and wherever the fate has been decided by the god, it is meant to happen there. India is a culturally diverse nation has different cultures and religions in it. The wedding traditions and rituals significantly differ from each other and are a reflection of the both. The timings of the wedding, temples, and churches, rituals followed are totally different from each other. Some prefer simple weddings and some want the pomp and show. Sikh matrimony marriage bureau is mostly part of the later ones. Punjabi weddings are widely famous all over the world because of the grandiosity.

Many would say that these days love marriages are taking place more than the arranged weddings but the later ones are still not out of the trend. Elders or young, both still believe in the arrange weddings. Initially, they were arranged by the relatives of the families but people have become more conscious about what they want. The demands are more specific these days like educational qualification, family background etc. for such purposes Sikh matrimony have seen a rise. They help a lot to find out the suitable match according to the given specifications of the boy and the girl. Not only making the match, but these bureaus also help in making all the arrangements for the weddings. There are some certified marriage bureaus where one can go and get registered by giving the details. They try to make them as much close match as possible. They have been a big relief for the people as it has become very much easier to find a suitable match.
Punjabi weddings are not a single day affair but ought various rituals that are to be performed on a different day. Beginning from the roka or pre-engagement is a half-engagement ceremony where the blessings to the girl are given and the relationship is given an official tag. This is followed by an official engagement ceremony where both girl and boy put rings into fingers of each other and seek the blessings of both the families. These 2 functions are performed with a considerable time gap. Later these 2 functions are followed by the whole wedding functions.
The time comes for the wedding. On the bride’s side, mehndi’s rasam is performed where henna is applied on the hands of all the women in the bride’s home. mehndi is said to be sent by the groom’s family. Lately, people have started involving bangle ceremony on the same day. This includes putting up the bangles in the arms of the bride. Traditional norms have been laid down for this function as who is to perform a specific duty on the day. On the wedding day “milni” takes place where both the family members meet and hug each other turn by turn. Then the “phere” take place, where both swear to take care of each other and abide by the responsibilities in front of Guru Granth Sahib Ji