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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Of Indian marriage

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The wedding traditions in India are full of unique rituals. From pre-wedding stage till honeymoon the bride and groom find many Indian wedding traditions when they have to happily loose some amount of money to present gifts to their loves ones and near relatives.

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Of Indian marriage

  1. 1. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of Indian Marriage
  2. 2. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of India A traditional Indian wedding is  full  of  rituals or customs that bring joy and  excitement to all the people involved  in  marriage,  be  it  would  be  partner  or  other  relatives.  From  the  pre- wedding stage  till honeymoon the Indian wedding traditions keep  binding  each  other  and  give  them  a  moment  of  joy,  happiness and interaction.  The ribbon cutting ceremony is such  a  ritual  in  Indian  marriage  that  brings  the  moments  of  jokes,  laughing  and  heartiest  interaction.  However  there  is  no  hard  and  fast  rule  when  the  ribbon  cutting  ceremony  Page 2 of 8
  3. 3. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of India should be held and whether it must be followed in all the marriages, but it is seen to be held in maximum marriages. Following are the main occasions of ribbon cutting ceremony in Indian marriages: Arrival of Jyestha in Mandap In many of the wedding traditions in India there is a ritual that the elder brother of the groom (Jyestha) presents the clothes, ornaments, sweets, fruits etc. to the bride. This ritual is known as kanya nirikshan. It is meant for observing the bride … Page 3 of 8
  4. 4. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of India Page 4 of 8 by elder brother of the groom before she gets married to the younger brother. When the jyestha comes for this ceremony to the wedding mandap, he is welcomed by the relatives of bride. There ribbon is tied around all the pillars of the mandap. The jyeshtha comes and stands at the gate of mandap. He is given a scissors by the elder sister or sister-in-law of the bride. When the jyestha cuts the ribbon, he receives the rain of flowers by the bride’s women relatives. The women also perform his aarti. On being happy he presents gifts to the women. At some places, the women relatives …
  5. 5. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of India of the bride don’t perform this ritual. Instead the brothers their friends are involved in this ritual. Thereafter, the ceremony of kanya nirikshan is performed. Arrival of Groom in Mandap The groom is most important person on the wedding day. When he arrives at the venue of the marriage, he receives the heartiest welcome from the bridesmaids, sisters, sisters-in-laws, friends etc. of the bride. Sometimes, the ribbon is tied around all the pillar of marriage venue (mandap) and the groom cuts … Page 5 of 8
  6. 6. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of India the ribbon like a VIP inaugurates some ceremonial functions. But at places, the ribbon is not tied. The bridesmaids and other women relatives of the bride stand at the entrance of the mandap. They stop groom from entering the mandap and perform the aarti of the groom. They also put tilak on his forehead. When the groom presents them the gifts or cash, they jokingly ask more presents, cash and gifts. This is a very humorous and joyful moment as well as mixing of the most important guest of the day with other people. Page 6 of 8
  7. 7. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of Indian Marriage Arrival of Newly Married Couple at Groom’s House When the newly married couple arrives at the groom’s house, the sisters and their husbands perform this ritual at some places in honour of the bride. They jokingly stop them from entering their own house and ask for shagun (gifts, presents etc.). The groom gives them something in case or valuables and then they are allowed to enter their house. Page 7 of 8
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