Rituals of Punjabi Wedding
The world knows Punjabis as fun loving people. These fun loving people are excellent
hosts. If ...
Pre-wedding traditions & rituals
Roka Ceremony
During the ceremony, both the
families get together and accept
the beginning of a new relation.
At this happ...
Sagan
This ceremony is hosted by the family of the groom. The girl’s family is invited in it.
During the ceremony father o...
Chunni Chadai
During Roka or Sagan ceremony, the
mother or sister of the groom puts a
pink or red veil (chunni) on the hea...
Sagai
This ceremony is also called engagement. The couples exchange rings and then
family of bride give gift to immediate ...
Mehendi & Sangeet
It is a ceremony that takes place at both bride & groom’s house. The Mehendi
(Hina) is applied on the ha...
Wedding Traditions & Rituals
Kangan Bandhana
This ritual takes place in the morning of marriage day. The bride & groom have a
sacred thread (Mouli) tie...
Chuda Ceremony
Maternal uncle of the girl gives her red bangles. In regional language it is called
Chuda. The interesting ...
Gharoli ritual
The sister-in-laws of the bride & groom bring water in earthen pictures
from Gurudwara. The bride has to ta...
Sehrabandi & Ghudchadai
This ritual takes place just few hours before nuptial. The sister of the bridegroom ties
headgear ...
Varmala
The couples are made to exchange flower garlands. This ritual takes
place before Pheras.
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Kanyadaan
It is one of the most prominent rituals in Indian marriage. The bride’s father gives
his darling daughter’s hand...
The Juti Chupai
This is ritual that has found place in every hindi movie. The sisters and
friends of bride hide the shoes ...
Vidaai
It is the way the bride say good bye to her maternal family. She throws rice
without looking back, the mother catch...
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Contact Person: Rahul Sablawat
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The sound of exotic Shehnai adds richness to the wedding ceremony. The melodious sound of this instrument is synonymous to Indian nuptial. During the wedding ritual it is played in the background as it considered very auspicious. It sets the perfect ambiance for a joyous and festive mood. You can judge the significance of it from the fact that on the wedding invitation card you will see the picture of Sheghnai.

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  1. 1. Rituals of Punjabi Wedding The world knows Punjabis as fun loving people. These fun loving people are excellent hosts. If you have received a Punjabi wedding invitation and you are probably wondering about the wedding ceremonies then hear we are going to tell you the main rituals: http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  2. 2. Pre-wedding traditions & rituals
  3. 3. Roka Ceremony During the ceremony, both the families get together and accept the beginning of a new relation. At this happy moment sweets, gifts and dry fruits are exchanged. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  4. 4. Sagan This ceremony is hosted by the family of the groom. The girl’s family is invited in it. During the ceremony father of the bride put a “Tikka” on the forehead of groom. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  5. 5. Chunni Chadai During Roka or Sagan ceremony, the mother or sister of the groom puts a pink or red veil (chunni) on the head of the girl. They also gift her traditional clothes and jewelry. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  6. 6. Sagai This ceremony is also called engagement. The couples exchange rings and then family of bride give gift to immediate family members and the groom. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  7. 7. Mehendi & Sangeet It is a ceremony that takes place at both bride & groom’s house. The Mehendi (Hina) is applied on the hand and feet of the bride. It’s a simple function at groom’s home where the hina is just spread into his palm then quickly washed off. Ladies from both sides draw intricate Mehendi designs on palms. The celebration continues with dance and gets over with hearty dinner. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  8. 8. Wedding Traditions & Rituals
  9. 9. Kangan Bandhana This ritual takes place in the morning of marriage day. The bride & groom have a sacred thread (Mouli) tied to their wrist. The ritual takes place at their respective homes. The thread is tied with shells and betel nut. Lots of knots are put so that it cannot be united easily. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  10. 10. Chuda Ceremony Maternal uncle of the girl gives her red bangles. In regional language it is called Chuda. The interesting thing is that girl cannot see these bangles until she is completely ready for marriage. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  11. 11. Gharoli ritual The sister-in-laws of the bride & groom bring water in earthen pictures from Gurudwara. The bride has to take bath with this water before wedding. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  12. 12. Sehrabandi & Ghudchadai This ritual takes place just few hours before nuptial. The sister of the bridegroom ties headgear (Sehra) on his head then he sits on a Ghodi. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  13. 13. Varmala The couples are made to exchange flower garlands. This ritual takes place before Pheras. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  14. 14. Kanyadaan It is one of the most prominent rituals in Indian marriage. The bride’s father gives his darling daughter’s hand to groom. The couples then take seven mangalpheras around the holy fire. After this groom ties Mangalstura around the neck of his stunning bride & applies sindoor on her forehead. The friends & family shower rose petals on them. The newlywed couple seek blessing of elders. Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  15. 15. The Juti Chupai This is ritual that has found place in every hindi movie. The sisters and friends of bride hide the shoes of groom then he has to pay money to get them back. Well what makes it enthralling is the fact that groom’s friends try their best to stop the shoes from landing in bride’s sisters’ hand. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  16. 16. Vidaai It is the way the bride say good bye to her maternal family. She throws rice without looking back, the mother catches it in her pallu. http://www.indianweddingcard.in contact us:- +91 9828111103 Indian Wedding Cards,Hindu Wedding Invitations Cards,Marriage Cards,Marriage Invitation Cards,Designer Wedding Cards,Designer Wedding Invitation Cards,engagement party invitations,Special Occasion Cards
  17. 17. Contact US Contact Person: Rahul Sablawat Address Readiprint International,Narsingh complex, Near Rajmandir Cinema, M.I. Road, Jaipur 302001 India Phone : Mobile (Rahul) : +91 98281 11103 Phone :+91 141 6608006, +91 141 6608005, +91 141 6608090 Official Email : sales@indianweddingcard.in http://www.indianweddingcard.in

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