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Punjabi wedding rituals

The fun-loving people of Punjab love to party and make excellent hosts as well. Because of the enjoyment that their weddings are by nature. Punjabi weddings feature nonstop dancing, music, and entertainment. It is enjoyable whether the wedding is little or elaborate. Punjabi weddings are noisy and colorful events. An emotional roller coaster almost describes a Punjabi wedding. The ceremonies begin joyfully, but as time goes on, the family members begin to feel emotionally exposed because their cherished daughter of the home is about to get married. Let's ride this wedding roller coaster through the different Punjabi wedding ceremonies.

Roka Ritual

The Roka ceremony is the first step in Punjabi wedding customs. The bride's family bestows presents on the groom and his family, including fruits and sweets. Only the bridegroom's residence is used to celebrate this ceremony. This practise is known as raka. Typically, the bride is not present during the roka.

Chunni chadai and Sagan

The groom's father applies tika to the bride's forehead during the Sagan ritual. The bride is blessed and given gifts of candy, clothing, and jewellery at the deafening ceremony by the bride's sister, mother, and other female family members. The name of this ritual is Chunni Chadhai.

Marriage Engagement Ceremony

This ceremony usually takes place on the same day as the Chunni Chadhai ceremony. The couple's engagement is formally announced during the ceremony. The wedding ceremony is a lavish event. The couple exchanges rings with Dheeraj's family and friends at the engagement ceremony. Additionally, both families share gifts and presents.

Sangeet and Mehendi Ceremonies

The bride's home is where the mehandi ritual is performed in addition to her home. The bride's hands and feet are covered in henna paste. Family members used to apply henna paste on their own in the past, but now mehndi professionals perform this task professionally. The Mehndi ceremony is typically held a day or two prior to the wedding. Family members and close relatives (women) decorate their hands and feet with henna at the bride and groom's home. The ceremony is jam-packed with dancing, good times, and festivities.

A women's sangeet is frequently scheduled for the same evening or night, during which all the women gather close to the bride and her family to sing and dance. Women taunt the bride while dancing, dholing, and singing traditional wedding music from Punjab.

The sangeet ceremony is without a doubt the most enjoyable and enjoyable part of a Punjabi wedding!

Aiyaan Jaago

The night before the wedding, the entire family celebrates the wake in the wee hours of the morning by staying up late. Jago translates as "to stay awake." The bride and groom's homes and locales are where this ceremony is held. The purpose of the celebration is to dance and sing.

Bandhna Gana

Puja is done at the bride and groom's homes the morning of the auspicious wedding day. A holy thread, known as a mouli, is tied around the right wrist of the bride and groom during the puja. Mauli is embellished with supari and cowries (shells) (betel nut). To make it harder to untie later, Molly will need to knot the rope as many times as she can.

Chadana Chooda Ceremony

Essentially, "chooda" refers to a set of bangles in the colors of maroon, red, and white. The bride's maternal uncle plays a significant part in the Chuda ceremony. During a havan, chuda is poured and purified in a liquid concoction made of Gangajal, milk, and rose petals. The bride's wrist is wrapped in the chuda by her maternal uncle and aunt. Her maternal uncle presents the wedding lehenga to her at the chuda ceremony.

Kalire Ritual

The bride's sisters weave the choda as kaliyar during this ritual. The hues have an umbrella-like form and are typically red or golden. Unmarried girls were underneath the bride as she rose her knees. According to custom, the next bride will be the girl on whose head a piece of Kaliyar rests.

Haldi ritual

The Haldi Ceremony is observed in the bride and groom's respective homes on the morning of the wedding. On the bride's face, hands, and feet, a paste made of sandalwood, rosewood, mustard oil, and turmeric is applied. Married women attend this ceremony to participate. The bridegroom also celebrates a similar ritual at his home. Another name for this rite is Watan.

The Ghari Gharoli

The Haldi Ceremony immediately follows this one. The bride's and the groom's bhabhis, at their respective locations, bring water in a ghada from a nearby temple or gurudwara for the pair to bathe in before their wedding.

Ghudchadai and sehra bandi

The groom takes part in the puja after dressing in his wedding attire. The priest blesses a pink-colored sehra and chunni during this puja. Then, Sehra is tied to their heads by the bridegroom's sister and brother-in-law. In order to protect herself from any form of negative energy and to travel safely, the bride's sister-in-law puts antimony in her eyes. Then he mounts the steed.

The bride is getting ready as the groom and his family head to the location. She donned her wedding attire, a lehenga choli, along with all the jewellery (bridal outfit). a skilled makeup artist She looks like a proper bride as a result.

Milni and Agwaani

The bride's family members welcome the groom as he enters the wedding venue on his motorcycle. Both families give each other hugs as they are welcomed with open arms. Family members from both sides hugged one another. Reception is the name of this ceremony.

Each member of the groom's family extends greetings. The maternal uncles on both sides greet each other in the same manner that the father of the bridegroom does the father of the bride. Everyone refers to this ritual as Milani. To greet someone with a brooch is the newest fashion. These brooches can be fastened to one another's clothing, earning the names "team boy" and "team betiwale."