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Arya Samaj Mandir In Ambala

Arya Samaj Mandir In Ambala,

We provides a complete range of arya samaj marriages related services and offers one stop solution to all marriage related problems. We at Arya Samaj Marriage not only help people in getting married at our mandir premises but do arrange all needs to solemnize marriage peacefully and as per the couple’s choice.

The Rituals for the Bride and Groom:
The wedding ceremony begins in an Arya Samaj wedding hall with the bride and groom exchanging garlands. The bride garlands the groom first. She hands him a pitcher of water. He washes his feet, then his hands, and finally, his face. ‘This is the way a good wife must welcome her husband,’ is the message that this ceremony conveys. Now the bride must put a mixture of curd, ghee and honey into the cupped palms of the groom. He scatters the mixture in all directions and consumes what remains. This ritual is called madhupark se satkaar. The combination of curd, honey and ghee is a known ayurvedic cure for indigestion and any other imbalances in the body. The rite indicates the commitment of the couple – the wife’s to feed and nurture her family, and the husband’s to provide for his family without harming Mother Nature.

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Thread Ceremony and Yagnya:
The groom wears a sacred thread. The yagnya begins. It symbolizes worshiping an element of nature fire. At the end of the yagnya, alms are given away.
Kanya Daan:
Kanya Daan literally means ‘giving away the girl.’ The parents of the bride must give their daughter away to her new family. The priest recites mantras from the Vedas which are repeated by the couple as they hold hands. They seek the blessings of those present so that their love for each other may grow strong. At the end of this ceremony, the couple go around the sacred fire.
Pratigya Mantra:
The groom holds the bride’s hand and together, they take their wedding vows The couple walk around the fire at the end of this ceremony.

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