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<Name of Bride and Groom>

  • <Date>| <Time>| <Venue>| <City, State>
  • Through these rituals and verses recited in Sanskrit, two souls are united in a bond of love, mutual respect and everlasting commitment.
  • Dwarachara
  • Welcoming of the groom by the bride’s family.
  • Ganesh Puja
  • Inviting lord Ganesh to bless the marriage.
  • Kanya Agamana
  • A veil symbolizing traditional barriers is held in front of the groom to prevent him from seeing the bride who is escorted by her family.
  • Kanya Daan & Hasta Melap
  • The bride’s parents give their daughter to the groom by placing her right hand on his right hand. One end of the groom’s scarf and one corner of the bride’s sari are tied together with beetle nut, coins, rice, and flowers signifying fertility, prosperity, longevity, and happiness. The parents place a hand woven cotton cord (varmala) around the couple, uniting and protecting them.
  • Agni Poojan
  • The sacred flames serve as the messenger between the gods and humans. Agni dispels darkness and ignorance from our lives.
  • Mangal Fera
  • The couple circles the fire four times and with each round, they seek the four basic goals of human life: Dharma (to lead a life of righteousness), Artha (prosperity), Kama (energy and passion), and Moksha (detachment from worldly things and a state of completeness).
  • Saptapadi
  • The bride is led seven steps by the groom to symbolize the beginning of their journey through life together. Each step is a sacred promise to one other. The groom places a mangal sutra on the bride and sindoor, signifying the mark of a married woman.
  • Kansarbhakshanam
  • The bride and groom feed each other sweets as a symbol of their devotion to one other.
  • Akhand Saubhagyawati
  • Blessings from married women.
  • Ashirvad
  • Blessings from elders

We are blessed that we can share this wonderful moment with all of you. Love, Sonali and Gaurav

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सोनाली और गौरव 

  • August 14, 2010 | 4:30 PM | Island Park | Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Through these rituals and verses recited in Sanskrit, two souls are united in a bond of love, mutual respect and everlasting commitment.
  • Dwarachara
  • Welcoming of the groom by the bride’s family.
  • Ganesh Puja
  • Inviting lord Ganesh to bless the marriage.
  • Kanya Agamana
  • A veil symbolizing traditional barriers is held in front of the groom to prevent him from seeing the bride who is escorted by her family.
  • Kanya Daan & Hasta Melap
  • The bride’s parents give their daughter to the groom by placing her right hand on his right hand. One end of the groom’s scarf and one corner of the bride’s sari are tied together with beetle nut, coins, rice, and flowers signifying fertility, prosperity, longevity, and happiness. The parents place a hand woven cotton cord (varmala) around the couple, uniting and protecting them.
  • Agni Poojan
  • The sacred flames serve as the messenger between the gods and humans. Agni dispels darkness and ignorance from our lives.
  • Mangal Fera
  • The couple circles the fire four times and with each round, they seek the four basic goals of human life: Dharma (to lead a life of righteousness), Artha (prosperity), Kama (energy and passion), and Moksha (detachment from worldly things and a state of completeness).
  • Saptapadi
  • The bride is led seven steps by the groom to symbolize the beginning of their journey through life together. Each step is a sacred promise to one other. The groom places a mangal sutra on the bride and sindoor, signifying the mark of a married woman.
  • Kansarbhakshanam
  • The bride and groom feed each other sweets as a symbol of their devotion to one other.
  • Akhand Saubhagyawati
  • Blessings from married women.
  • Ashirvad
  • Blessings from elders

We are blessed that we can share this wonderful moment with all of you. Love, <Bride and Groom>

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Sonali & Gaurav

  • August 14, 2010 | 4:30 PM | Island Park | Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Through these rituals and verses recited in Sanskrit, two souls are united in a bond of love, mutual respect and everlasting commitment.
  • Dwarachara
  • Welcoming of the groom by the bride’s family.
  • Ganesh Puja
  • Inviting lord Ganesh to bless the marriage.
  • Kanya Agamana
  • A veil symbolizing traditional barriers is held in front of the groom to prevent him from seeing the bride who is escorted by her family.
  • Kanya Daan & Hasta Melap
  • The bride’s parents give their daughter to the groom by placing her right hand on his right hand. One end of the groom’s scarf and one corner of the bride’s sari are tied together with beetle nut, coins, rice, and flowers signifying fertility, prosperity, longevity, and happiness. The parents place a hand woven cotton cord (varmala) around the couple, uniting and protecting them.
  • Agni Poojan
  • The sacred flames serve as the messenger between the gods and humans. Agni dispels darkness and ignorance from our lives.
  • Mangal Fera
  • The couple circles the fire four times and with each round, they seek the four basic goals of human life: Dharma (to lead a life of righteousness), Artha (prosperity), Kama (energy and passion), and Moksha (detachment from worldly things and a state of completeness).
  • Saptapadi
  • The bride is led seven steps by the groom to symbolize the beginning of their journey through life together. Each step is a sacred promise to one other. The groom places a mangal sutra on the bride and sindoor, signifying the mark of a married woman.
  • Kansarbhakshanam
  • The bride and groom feed each other sweets as a symbol of their devotion to one other.
  • Akhand Saubhagyawati
  • Blessings from married women.
  • Ashirvad
  • Blessings from elders

We are blessed that we can share this wonderful moment with all of you. Love, Sonali and Gaurav