Vivaha / Wedding / Marraige
Vivaha is a ritual & Samskara is the most extensive personal ritual an adult Hindu undertakes in his or her life, ceremony is conducted in front of sacred fire diety Agni/Yajna reciting vedic hymns, celebrated with friends and family, has several variations based on region and local culture.
Either its North or South, simple , grand or extensive, sakalapuja team will search for the right learned pandit for performing this ritual.
Nevertheless, there are a few key rituals which are in common like Kanyadaan, Panigrahana, Mangalasutra/Mangalya dhaarana, Saptapadi.
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Kanyadaan ritual: meaning “giving away the bride” in Sanskrit, is a symbolic marriage ritual for the Bride’s parents and the couple. The Father of the Bride take’s his daughters right hand and places it in the Groom’s right hand, requesting for him to accept his daughter as his equal partner. This ritual signifies both the acceptance of the Bride’s Father and his official approval to give his daughter away.
Panigrahana ritual: The word “Pani” means hand and grahan means clasp, Panigrahana means clasping of the hand.
Bridegroom seizes the right hand of the bride. This ritual is symbolical of taking a girl`s responsibility. It is sacred responsibility as the girl is supposed to be given by his father and the guardian deities who witness the marriage. The prayer suggests a prosperous married life.
Mangalasutra/Mangalya dhaarana: Mangala meaning ‘holy, auspicious’, and sutra, meaning ‘thread, dhaarana wear/tie, While sanskrit verses are being recited, the groom ties the two strings separately around the bride’s neck with three knots. Each knot signifies a level of marital commitment, manasa (in heart), vacha (in word) and karmana (in deed). By tying the necklace, the groom is offering safety, security, and commitment to the bride
Saptapadi ritual: Saptapadi meaning ‘seven steps’, for each step bridge and groom takes vows while chanting mantras for taking care of each other, good relationship, co-operation and for good life.
sakalapuja.com has a team of learned, qualified and experienced pandiths/purohiths/Pujari,
we take care of the entire process, from booking and assigning the qualified purohith, choosing auspicious Muhuratha, selection and procuring of required Puja Samagri. All you need to do is to book the Puja, sit back and relax while we work on ensuring that you will have divine and satisfying Puja experience.