Punjabi matrimony Delhi

 

Matrimonial services in Delhi on  Punjabi Wedding. Do you know why Punjabi brides wear bangles?

 

If you have attended a Punjabi wedding, then you must have seen that Punjabi brides do not have glass bangles but Punjabi bangles.

 

In Indian culture, green-red glass bangles are considered very auspicious and the bride’s hands full of bangles add beauty to her beauty. If you have attended a Punjabi wedding, then you must have seen that Punjabi brides do not have glass bangles but Punjabi bangles. Nowadays the trend of wearing bangles has become so much that now girls in every corner of India want to wear bangles on the occasion of their marriage. Do you want to know why bangles are worn in Punjabi and what are the rituals associated with them?

 

Although brides wear a lot of jewelry, among them the importance of bangles is the most. In Punjabi, there is also a ceremony called Chuda and Kalira at the bride’s house on the day of the wedding. The bride’s maternal uncle brings her a chuda, which consists of 21 bangles of red and white colors. The bride is not able to give this bangle until she is completely ready and sits with the groom on the mandap.

 

Chuda According to Punjabi custom, the bride has to wear the chuda for about 1 year. However, nowadays brides wear it only for a maximum of 40 days. The bangle is a symbol of marriage. It is also a sign of fertility and prosperity. It is also worn for the well-being of the husband.

 

The bride is given bangles by her maternal uncle in the wedding pavilion itself. During that time, the bride’s eyes are closed by her mother, so that she cannot see the bangle, otherwise, her eyes will be set on that bangle herself. The bangle is kept soaked in milk the night before the wedding. In earlier times, when the bangle had to be removed, a small ceremony was held at home. In this, the bride was given omen and sweets and then after removing the bangle, glass bangles were worn in its place. The bangle was dropped near a river and after a small puja, it was thrown into the river itself.

 

Matrimonial services in Delhi on kalere :-
Every Punjabi bride puts on her bangles which her dear friends must have tied. The Kalire ceremony takes place just after the Chuda ceremony. Once the kalire is tied to the bride’s bangles, she has to drape her hands over the heads of her unmarried friends. Then on whose head the Kalira also falls, the next number of marriages belongs to him. It is said so.