PUNJABI WEDDING

Marriage is the most auspicious and sacred ceremonies of Indian culture and it depict the true heritage. Punjabi wedding is one of the great examples of how extravagant and flamboyant a wedding can be. It is believed that Punjabi people are full of heart and they always live life king size, and their weddings are also big and charismatic. The flamboyance of weddings in Punjabis is shown through the rituals performed during and after the wedding.

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Described below is detailed information related to the rituals in Punjabi wedding. To start with the rituals in the Punjabi the ceremonies begin with the Roka, it is considered as official commencement of companionship between the bride and groom and their families. After this the groom has to follow the "Sagan" ritual, in which the bride's family shower the groom with gifts and sweets. After this the next ritual is being perfoemd by the bride in which the groom's family gift her beautiful red saree, this ceremony is termed as 'Chunni Chadana'. The red saree is a symbol of acceptance of the bride in the groom's family. After all these formal procedure the big event of "sangeet" comes up in which both the families sings and dances on the tunes of traditional fold songs with lavish food. After this the bride applies beautiful mehndi in her hands and feet.

After this 'Kanyadaan' and phere are performed. In Kanyadaan' the bride's father giver his daughter blessings for here happy married life and hands over the responsibility to the groom. Phere consists of seven rounds around the holy fire and during these round the bride and groom takes their wedding vows. Punjabi weddings can be extremely charming and beautiful and if you are planning your wedding then you can very well do it in the City of Jaipur in Rajasthan

Harneet weds Sim

Harneet & Sim tied the knot on a beautiful day, with socially distanced gathering and jaw-dropping decor! Their beautiful wedding showed us that even with restrictions and guest list limited to 50 people, you can have a beautiful and dreamy wedding! The couple was supposed to have a grand celebration with 400 guests, but scaled it down to only 34 guests..

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Sandeep & Dilshad

A dreamy Sikh wedding where the bride and groom wore the most stunning outfits!

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Heena & Gurmit

A dreamy Sikh wedding where the bride and groom wore the most stunning outfits!

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