Category Archive for: ‘Indian wedding Rituals’

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Radha Weds Nisarg at Renaissance Orlando – Seaworld

Radha Patel, a pharmacist, and Nisarg Patel, a hospitality management graduate, were married on November 25, 2017. Love blossomed between the couple when they met at a wedding in Raleigh, North Carolina, in August 2014. On their one-year dating anniversary, Radha and Nisarg went on a romantic getaway to Asheville, North Carolina. The proposal happened in the most cinematic way, …

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Rachna Weds Siddhant Chehaw Park and Zoo in Georgia

Indian Destination Wedding Rachna Patel fell in love when she met Siddhant Desai at the Albany Garba in 2009 while they were both in high school. The duo lived in neighboring towns, but never spoke. They started dating in 2010, got engaged in January 2017 and hitched in Georgia on November 25, 2017. It was a romantic proposal for Rachna …

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Ami Weds Nirav at Hilton Ocala

Indian Wedding ceremony Lovebirds Nirav Desai, a senior accountant and Ami Patel, a dental student, first met on New Year’s Eve 2012. Their first casual meet turned out to be a lifelong alliance. Nirav proposed to Ami in the most dramatic way after two years of dating. Ami and Nirav headed towards Magic Kingdom on Christmas Eve 2016. Nirav planned …

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Saptapadi

Saptapadi

Besides the religious meaning behind the signficant seven steps, there is also a mathematical rationale on performing the seven rounds circling the fire. A circle is 360 degrees and all numbers between 1 and 9 divide into 360 except the number 7. It becomes a non-terminating number, hence symbolizing the marriage as indivisible. The ends of their garments -the bridegroom’s …

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Saptapadi: The Seven Vows of Marriage

Saptapadi: The Seven Vows of Marriage

A Hindu marriage comprises of several meaningful rituals with varying degrees of significance. The rituals convey the values, which should be followed after marriage to lead to a happy married life.Marriages may be said to be made in Heaven, but they still need to be solemnized in this earth. A typical Hindu marriage is indeed an elaborate affair, with lots …

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