Marriages in different religions

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Marriages in different religions

  1. 1. Topic Marriages in different religions
  2. 2. Group members  Shan Abbasi  Abdullah Haroon
  3. 3. Shan Abbasi
  4. 4. MARRIAGE CEREMONY IN DIFFERENT RELIGIONS
  5. 5. Marriage Ceremony in Islam
  6. 6.  Before the wedding, the Mehndi ceremony is held at the bride’s home  On the day of the wedding the groom arrives and a ceremonial drink is shared  The wedding ceremony is the Nikah  By the maulvi Marriage Ceremony in Islam
  7. 7. Marriage Ceremony in Christianity
  8. 8. Marriage Ceremony in Christianity  Wedding vows, exchanging of the rings  Communion  The first act as a married couple  The closing prayer  The kiss and presentation of the couple
  9. 9. Marriage Ceremony in Judaism
  10. 10. Marriage Ceremony in Judaism  Consists of the kiddushin and the nisuin  Nisuin done under Chuppah  Kiddushin- the woman accepts the money, contract or sexual relations offered by the prospective husband.  comes from the root Qof-Dalet-Shin meaning "sanctified."
  11. 11. Hindu Wedding Ceremony
  12. 12. Hindu Wedding Ceremony  Mehndi Party  Garland Ceremony  Ganesh Puja  Taking seven steps  Mangalasutra or Sindoor
  13. 13. Sikhism Marriage Cermony
  14. 14. Sikhism Marriage cermony  Completing a circle holding the sash in hand.  One of four circular walks around Sri Guru Granth Sahib.  Bowing down when standing or sitting down out of respect.  Reading of the Lavan hymn begin.  Standing up during the Ardas for the family  The bride’s family members help her
  15. 15. Completing a circle holding the sash in hand Reading of the Lavan hymn begins Standing up during the Ardas for the family. The bride’s family members help her Bowing down when standing or sitting down out of respect. One of four circular walks around Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

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