Christians the world over celebrate their weddings, incorporating a little bit of the customs and traditions of the land of their birth into the main ceremonies. Though the basic set of rituals remain the same, regional varieties can be observed based on communities. Pre-wedding rituals consists primarily of engagement ceremony where they exchange the engagement rings. The engagement party could be a formal dinner, a buffet lunch or a cocktail …Read More
Making a Vow – Muslim Wedding Rituals…
Islam traditions and practices are as varied as the countries from which they hail. Marriage in Islam is viewed as a religious obligation, a contract between the couple and Allah. Muslim wedding rituals usually extend up to three days. The ritual revolves around the major custom of approval of the competent parties in front of the witness. Marriage traditions differ depending on culture, Islamic sect and observance of gender separation …Read More
Making a Vow – Hindu Wedding Rituals…
Indian wedding is all about fun, frolic and food and an array of rituals and traditions. In the Hindu wedding the multiplicity of customs varies with creed and region. The Hindu wedding lays emphasis on three essential values: happiness, harmony and growth. The ceremony is usually held on the ‘brighter half’ of a day conducted inside a canopy called ‘Mandap’. The Hindu wedding can be primarily segmented into three. Pre-Wedding …Read More
Do we really need to hire a WEDDING PLANNER ?
Hello readers! Weddings are a momentous event, a lifetime affair, an exchange of vows, a bonding of families, a time of great happiness and celebration. And without doubt one would agree, pulling off your dream wedding is no easy fete. Yes, one would of course counter that the support of one’s friends and family makes it easier. But, come on! You have to admit, figuring out the ins and outs, …Read More