Indian celebrations are major occasions. The average wife has 16 pieces of clothing and apparel on, not to mention the indigo and various hair and makeup, all to look stunning on the biggest time of her existence. And the man wears a sari fit and Mojari, a special variety of footwear, as well as a hat adorned with plants to ward off evil spirits.

The celebrations begin with a Friday celebration followed by a Saturday meeting and greeting. The bride’s family members dance in traditional Bollywood tone and serve food, decoration, and festive dancing at the sangeet to wish the couple a happy new life together.

Next up is the Baraat, a procession of the wedding and his friends and family to allowed him to the mandap( like an temple) where the ceremony will take place. He is frequently carried in a chariot or on a horseback by his family, and he is decorated with flower garlands ( Milni Malas ) on his back.

During the meeting, they’ll sphere the sacred fire four times to reflect dharma, dharma, ayurveda and moksha. Therefore they’ll take their seats, and the residence will be ruled by whoever succeeds second it. The man performs seven vows to his wedding while touching seven betel nuts, which are considered sacred in India, with her straight toe in a fun ritual known as Saptapadi. Finally, seven married women from the bride’s side go by and voice blessings into her ear.