A glimpse at Punjabi Rituals and Traditionsby Almas Weddings Royal Wedding Creators
Punjabi people and so are their weddings; both are synonymous and known for their loudness and a degree of full craziness and madness in every function whatever it may be. They leave no stone unturned to make it full enjoyable and lifetime memorable experience until your energy is finished off. Their weddings reflect their life philosophy in form of colorful and loud which sometimes go over the top, full of lots of fun and opportunities for singing and dancing.
The Punjabi weddings may be simple or lavish by Wedding Event Planner in Jaipur but they always ensure unlimited fun and celebrations. Here are some of their pre-wedding rituals which are amazing:
Roka and ceremony: After the marriage looks satisfactory, the next step is that bride’s family visits the groom’s family to offer the groom their blessings along with the several gifts for the family like fruits, sweets, clothes and money also known as Shagun and this custom is known as Roka. After that, the groom’s family also reciprocates the gesture by visiting the bride’s family carrying gifts. The return ceremony is popular as Thaka. It is the beginning of the relationship between the two families which usually begins with the small puja called Ardaas.
Mangni/Sagai: This is kind of official engagement between the couple and often a grand ceremony which precedes the wedding by some months at least. In this function, family and friends of both bride’s and groom’s sides gather. Top 10 Wedding Planners in Jaipur do their best to make the wedding more beautiful. The bride is fed boiled rice and milk by the groom’s family and after that, they exchange the rings.
Shagun and Chunni Chadai: It is a mark of acceptance of the bride into the family of groom when the Chunni ceremony is observed. In this, a group of ladies arrive at the bride’s house on the morning of the sagai or a day before with the outfits which is going to be wear by the bride for the sagai along with the jewellery, sweets, fruits and mawa etc.
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