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Modern Rituals: Wedding Ceremony Promo
 
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Celebrant Kimba Griffith is a versatile young celebrant with a gift for telling your unique love story in an honest, concise and heartfelt way. She draws your loved ones close through her mindful ceremonial style and light humour.
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10 Wedding Traditions From Other Countries
 
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10 Wedding rituals from around the world. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Hnoaw3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The world is full of different traditions and cultures, which what makes the world such an interesting place. But this notion couldn't be more apparent until you take a look outside your normal wedding traditions and discover what the rest of the world is up to on their big days. These are 10 wedding traditions from other countries. Like a tradition in Greece that takes the word “groomsmen” very literally. Or the practice in Scotland that may be fun for the wedding party, but ends up in a big mess for the bride and groom. In this video, we will explore some pretty bizarre traditions, like the one in French Polynesia that involves the bride and groom walking all over their most beloved relatives. Once you are finished watching the video, be sure to tell us what you think in the comment section below, and don’t forget to subscribe to TheTalko! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTalko Twitter: https://twitter.com/thetalko Instagram: https://instagram.com/the_talko ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thetalko.com/
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Top 5  Craziest Wedding Traditions Around The World
 
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Crying Ritual of the Tujia People | China The Tujia people of China prepare for a wedding 30 days before the wedding day by crying. this continues until all the females in the family are crying daily for an hour. Exorcise Ghosts by Marrying Animals | India In some parts of India it is believed that ghosts can inhabit certain people of the living world. The Ritual of Blackening the Bride | Scotland Blackening of the bride is a very old Scottish tradition. It’s part of a hazing ritual that actually happens before the wedding. Kidnapping the Bride: Romani As insane as it sounds Romanian people abduct women he wishes to marry without the consent of their parents 1 Spitting on the Bride: Massai nation, Kenya one of the most bizarre wedding rituals of Massai nation of Kenya. At a wedding ceremony held by the Massai people, the bride’s head is shaved and lamb fat and oil is applied on her head subscribe:► http://goo.gl/m7UbL7 leanneosmond Professional Voice Over Artist https://www.fiverr.com/leanneosmond free music sites:► http://goo.gl/SzKuPV source sites ► line.do ► wikipedia.org ► future.wikia.com ► faturetimeline.net ► humanknowledge.net ► preceden.com ► youtube.com
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Creative Wedding Ceremony Ideas Video
 
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http://www.bunndjcompany.com DJs Randy Bennett and Joe Bunn give you some ideas of creative things to do during a wedding ceremony to make it unique or add meaning in this video
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11 Most Bizarre Wedding Rituals Around the world
 
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6 Bizarre First Night Rituals | Indian Wedding !!
 
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Here we have come up with 6 Bizarre Indian wedding first night rituals or we can say suhagraat rituals which can make you think twice. Weddings are great, but the plentiful ceremonies and rituals that go around, make them a bit too long and sometimes so boring that you want to skip a few of them. However, there are even more frustrating customs that await the bride and groom during their first night. These traditions, although ancient, but are still followed by majority of Indians. So lets take a look at some of these really bizarre first night or Suhagraat rituals. Description: # 6 Bizarre First Night Rituals | Indian Wedding Social Media: Subscribe ►https://goo.gl/5pp2VW Facebook ► https://goo.gl/P4pq8q Twitter ► https://goo.gl/DdfEjM Instagram ► https://goo.gl/0Uuqr8 Google+ ► https://goo.gl/zhzTzT Top 10 DotCom is the best YouTube channel for top 10 lists on viral videos, shocking facts, most amazing people, trends, YouTubers, scary stories, urban legends, funny things and facts you won't believe.
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First Video Of Ranveer Deepika's Fairy Tale WEDDING Ceremony At Lake Como Italy-14th Nov 2018
 
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Wedding Tradition/Ritual Example - Handfasting Cer
 
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'52 wedding rituals/traditions in 52 weeks' be sure to check out out other videos and our blog for inspiring wedding ideas http://theweddinggurus.blogspot.com/
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This Traditional Indian Wedding Is Insanely Beautiful | World Wide Wed | Refinery29
 
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On this World Wide Wed episode, best friends Sonya and Harsh come from two different regions of India, so when it came to their wedding, they combined the cultures of Harsh's southern region Andhra Pradesh and Sonya's northern Punjabi background. The resulting 72-hour celebration is the stuff of Bollywood dreams, starting with the Sangeet, a festive banquet-turned-talent show, and ending in an intimate, ornate ceremony. Watch as the bride and groom honor traditions (hint: there's no final kiss) with some modern flair. ABOUT SERIES Ever wonder why we get married the way we do? We decided to attend the weddings of 5 very different couples to understand culture and traditions around the globe. Stay tuned every Saturday at 11am for our new series World Wide Wed. ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT Jasmine Brown’s Hair Transformation Journey https://youtube.com/watch?v=HugVx9rP5vc What $4,800 Will Get You In NYC https://youtube.com/watch?v=JBZTZZAcFTw Kybella Double Chin Removal Treatment Up Close https://youtube.com/watch?v=qvDLoWJOMnk SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Thumbnail courtesy of Susie Canino, PS Photography + Films www.psphotographyandfilms.com Follow on Instagram @psphotofilms Special Thanks: Elizabeth Priya Kumar, Premini Events http://www.preminievents.com/ Follow on Instagram @preminievents
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How to Perform a Sand Ceremony : Wedding Planning
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehow A sand ceremony is a very popular type of unity ceremony to include in your wedding. Learn how to perform a sand ceremony with help from a successful wedding planner in this free video clip. Expert: Susan Southerland Filmmaker: Unknown Media Series Description: You can take a lot of everyday items from around the house and turn them into terrific wedding decorations with minimal work and hassle. Get tips on creating various wedding items with help from a successful wedding planner in this free video series.
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Church Wedding Ceremony
 
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This is an abbreviated sample of a church wedding ceremony. The original ceremony video montage was about twice as long and we were able to edit the footage in time to show at the reception that evening. Please check us out at http://www.horizonvideokelowna.com/
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Maasai Wedding Ceremony 2010 Supukuu Enkiama
 
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While I stayed in the selenkaysafaricamp in Kenya I was invited to join a Maasai Wedding Ceremony in Oltepesi Lolchani Arrow.... Während meinem Aufenthalt im selenkaysafaricamp in Kenia wurde ich von Joseph Moinket zu einer Maasai Hochzeitszeremonie nach Oltepesi Lolchani Arrow mitgenommen...
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Rituals Indian Wedding Ceremony - Indian + Foreigner
 
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Michael and Hannah's Wedding Ceremony, August 2, 2013
 
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Michael and Hannah tie the knot in an open-air wedding at the bride's parents' picturesque country home.
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Wedding ceremonies in Vietnam
 
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Marriage is one of the most important events in a lifetime and it is formalized by a wedding ceremony. At any time, the wedding is the beauty in the minds of the Vietnamese people. Let's see how Vietnamese people hold one. Depending on habits and customs of different ethnic groups in Vietnam, there are various procedures of a wedding ceremony, but in general, there is an important ceremony: the Wedding. The traditional Vietnamese wedding consists of a set of ceremonies: The first is the procession to receive the bride. The groom has to come to the bride's family on time and bring gifts wrapped in red papers. These gifts includes: wine, tea, cake, fruit, earrings, necklace and especially a tray of betel and areca. Women wear Ao Dai while men can choose between suits or men's traditional Ao Dai. After accepting these gifts, the ancestor rite will begin. The bride's parents will then return half of the gifts that they have just received to show their politeness. Then the groom will bring the bride to his house for another ancestor ceremony. Finally, the banquet party will be held. It is usually a large gathering of hundreds of people. During the party, the recently married couple and their parents visit each table to thank their guests. Have gone through many stages, traditional wedding has been affected by the Western culture. However, in Vietnam, the youth has recently begun to restore many good traditions in the wedding. That is the clearest evidence for the endurance of the traditional beauty in marriage of Vietnamese people.
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Buddhist Wedding Ceremony rituals
 
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Buddhist wedding traditions rituals Planning your Buddhist wedding Setting the date Buddhists can get married at any time, there are no days on which it is forbidden for Buddhists to marry. However, all Buddhists should know the Buddha’s teachings on the mutual obligations and duties of a husband and a wife. Guests at a Buddhist wedding People of all religions are welcome to attend a Buddhist blessing service, as long as each guest respects the traditions of the Buddhist faith. What to wear at a Buddhist wedding The bride, groom and guests are free to wear whatever they like, as long as it is not too revealing. The bride usually wears a dress and the groom a suit. Guests should be aware that they must behave respectfully towards the Buddhist monks in the temple and should remove their shoes before entering the shrine room.
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Modern Hand Fasting ceremony (Pagan Wedding Ritual)
 
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This is Kat and me at our Hand Fasting ceremony Sunday March 20th, it's a ancient Pagan wedding ceremony, there's many different versions of this ceremony and can be changed however you wish. The intro us a ambient light as if walking in a dream up until the ceremony begins. My grandfather Neal Tish is a 33° Freemason and a Masonic Chaplain in his Lodge and he conducted the ceremony. Both sides of our family was present including our best friends, who are also part of the family. Enjoy.... Here's the link to the after party https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaIpqEmlVK5iXbb6c35rh7Q?app=desktop
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Traditional Turkish Wedding Ceremony
 
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Traditional Turkish Wedding Ceremony
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Tradition Wedding Ceremony Order
 
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Here's a walk-through of a standard wedding ceremony.
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|| Full Bengali Wedding || Shabari & Manas Wedding Ceremony at JD Palace Highlights.
 
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My Heart Beats Only For You. SHABARI Weds MANASJ D PALACE, SODEPORE ROAD, OPPOSITE OF A P C COLLEGE, IS A COMPLETE BANQUET HALL AND ONE OF THE BEST IN ITS CLASS AND AREA.THUS THE VIDEO OF A WEDDING CEREMONY AT J D PALACE. http://jdpalace.com/ https://www.facebook.com/jdpalace/ ' Where Moments Become Memories' Please feel free to contact: (+91) 8892244839/ 9804722679 Stay tuned....... Block your special dates with us and make those days memorable.......
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#121 - Unique Wedding Ceremony Rituals
 
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Unique Wedding Ceremony Rituals - Episode #121 Unique wedding ceremony rituals can be something that's been passed down through history or something that you can just make up as you go.  Today we share some of the more unique rituals that are happening. Handfasting – pagan ritual of tying hands together Ring warming, hanging/organza bag Quilt wrapping Lei exchange Rose ceremony - giving or getting them Sand ceremony – hourglass Unity cross - two piece Wine box love letters – add bottle of wine and letters, determine an anniversary, lock box at the wedding (different variations, rum and nailed) (also having guests sign the bottle) Earth mixing - gathered earth from all the homes each has ever lived in and mixed the earth together in a single jar. Beer blending - Same concept as sand Wine blending Salt covenant - Ancient ceremony ritual Tree planting - take home or plant at the venue Stones – each guest holds a stone, makes a wish for the couple (can even write it on the stone) place it in a decorative bowl or vessel Branding – Create your new brand and then brand a piece of wood to display in your new home Hand washing - "washing away the past" Love Lock Tree - Couple and/or guests, adding kids and family to it UNIQUE WEDDING CEREMONY RITUALS PINTEREST BOARD Traditions from around the world if you are interested in looking through them RUSTIC BRIDE NW EXPO If you'd like to support us please check out our patreon page at fromringtoveil.com/give Remember you can reach us anytime by emailing [email protected] Are you subscribed to the show? Well, don’t miss a show! Subscribe to From Ring to Veil anywhere you listen to podcasts. If you don’t know how just let us know and we will help you!! Subscribe to the podcast: {Apple Podcasts} {Google Play} {Stitcher} -Until next time, No Stress No Worries Keep Calm and Listen On-
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Wedding Rituals in Rong CHu rGyud, Changthang, Ladakh
 
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This documentary video is about the rituals and practises around a wedding ceremony that is still practised in the Rong Chu rGyud region of Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir. Wedding rituals and practises related to it have been practised in Ladakh for a very long time, however, with modern developments, these practises are slowly vanishing away. An attempt has been made to document the remaining rituals that are still part of the intangible cultural heritage of Ladakh.
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Deepika- Ranveer's Wedding: Deepika's Konkani wedding & All 9 customs and rituals | Boldsky
 
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Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are finally husband wife. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, who got married in Italy's Lake Como. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, who got married in a traditional Konkani ceremony and 9 customs and rituals followed by DeepVeer. Let's check out this video. #DeepVeerwedding #DeepikaRanveer #KonkaniCeremony -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Boldsky Channel for latest updates. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp0PDmU9L_rqiD4nDH-P2Tg Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/boldskyliving Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/boldsky.com/ Join us on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Boldsky/posts Download App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.oneindia.android.tamilapp
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The Sikh Wedding Ceremony Explained (Anand Karaj Guide)
 
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If you're about to get married or you're attending a Sikh wedding and you're interested in what takes place, here's a video guide that explains what happens during the Anand Karaj. We are taking bookings for Sikh wedding video, Hindu wedding video and other Indian weddings with prices starting from £1999, for a quote call us on 07814 544 525 or e-mail us at [email protected] Find out more: http://www.onewordentertainment.com/indianweddingvideography.php Like our page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/onewordent Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/onewordent Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/onewordent
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How to Perform a Wedding Ceremony (In 4 Simple Steps!)
 
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►FREE WEDDING PLANNING GUIDES: http://www.themonastery.org/training/weddings/performing-a-wedding-3-steps How to become an ordained minister online. Information on local marriage laws. What to say during a wedding ceremony. Signing and filling out a marriage license. The first step is to become ordained. We have made this as easy as possible for you. Simply visit www.themonastery.org to begin your free online ordination. Complete the form using your full legal name and current address. Our online ministry welcomes people of all faiths, and your status as a minister will be legal and valid as soon as you click submit. Next, you will need to conduct some research on local marriage laws. Weddings performed by ULC ministers have been recognized in all states, except Virginia and parts of Pennsylvania. However, the specific legal requirements to perform a wedding vary from state to state and even county to county. That’s over 3,000 different laws! To get the requirements for your wedding, contact the office where the couple will be filing their marriage license. Introduce yourself as a recently ordained minister and tell them that you are officiating an upcoming wedding. You will want to ask them three things: First, does this county require its ministers to register? Second, what documentation do they need to see from you to be able to sign the marriage license? Third, what is the deadline for filing the marriage license? We have all legal documents and wedding materials available for purchase from our online store. Don’t be surprised if they don’t ask to see anything at all; some locations require nothing and simply being ordained is enough to perform a legal wedding ceremony. Now here’s the part you’ve been waiting for: the wedding ceremony. As a minister, your biggest responsibility is to create the best experience possible for the couple and the guests. In order for the marriage to be legal, the wedding ceremony must include the Declaration of Intent. This is most commonly recognized as the “Do you take…” and “I do” exchange between you and the couple. Whether or not you also choose to invoke God as part of the vows, the marriage will still be legal. Planning the rest of the ceremony is left to the wedding couple and yourself. Although we provide a variety of helpful literature on our website, we also encourage you to look within yourself for guidance. If you are officiating a wedding ceremony for close friends or family, chances are you have already done much to prepare given your personal relationship with the couple. After all, they asked you to perform their wedding for a reason. The beauty of a marriage officiated by a Universal Life Church minister is that the parties involved have the freedom to plan the ceremony of their dreams. After the ceremony is over, all that’s left is the paperwork. To complete the marriage license, have the couple sign it after the ceremony. You will also have to sign it along with two witnesses, and you will have to fill out some more information about yourself. Our church is the Universal Life Church Monastery, and for denomination, write Non-Denominational. You may use reverend, pastor, or minister as your title. If the license asks you for the address of the religious organization that ordained you, you will put our address in Seattle, Washington. If it asks for the address of the religious body where you practice your ministry or for your business address, write your home address. Once you complete the license, it is a good idea to make a photocopy for your records. Then, give it back to the couple so they can submit it to the office where they picked it up. After the document is processed, the marriage is official and your work is done. Our online ordinations have helped millions of ministers perform weddings around the world. By just completing a few simple steps, you too can perform a wedding that will create lasting memories. Now, imagine how meaningful that could be for the bride and groom. ►Find us online and become ordained today! http://www.themonastery.org http://www.facebook.com/UniversalLifeChurchMonastery ATTRIBUTION Copyright 2015 Universal Life Church Monastery Storehouse
Deepika Padukone & Ranveer Singh Wedding: Know about the special Sindhi Wedding Ceremony | FilmiBeat
 
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Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding as per Sindhi rituals took place on Thursday, a day after they were married in a traditional Konkani ceremony in Italy’s Lake Como. The secretive affair saw incredible security precautions being taken, with very few images being leaked from the venue. Watch this video to know more about the rituals performed in Sindhi Wedding. #DeepVeerWedding #SindhiShaadi #DeepikaRanveer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to FilmiBeat Channel for latest updates on movies and related videos. You Tube: https://goo.gl/qlauzb Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/filmibeat Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Filmibeat Join our circle in Google Plus https://plus.google.com/+filmibeat/ Visit us: http://www.filmibeat.com/ Download app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.oneindia.android.tamilapp
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Traditional Latin  Catholic Wedding Mass - Part 2: Wedding Ritual
 
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Part 2 of 3 - Extraordinary Form Nuptial Mass at Ste. Marie's, Manchester, NH
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A Entire Traditional Indian Hindu Wedding Ceremony at Home | GTA Wedding Videographer
 
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Punjabi Choora Ceremony - Silky Sakun Sharma
 
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Best Indian Punjabi Choora / Chuda ceremony of Silky Sakun Sharma in Amritsar Punjab.
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Zoroastrian Marriage & Wedding Ceremony(Vada Dasturji Dr. Firoze Kotwal) ازدواج زرتشتی
 
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Join us on facebook: https://FB.com/ZoroastrianLibrary/ https://FB.com/groups/zarathushtra/ Zoroastrianism is a religion founded in ancient times by the prophet Zarathushtra, known to the Greeks as Zoroaster. Zoroastrianism was the dominant world religion during the Persian empires (559 BC to 651 AC), and was thus the most powerful world religion at the time of Jesus. It had a major influence on other religions. It is still practiced world-wide, especially in Iran and India. To quote Mary Boyce, "The prophet Zarathushtra, son of Pourushaspa, of the Spitaman family, is known to us primarily from the Gathas, seventeen great hymns which he composed and which have been faithfully preserved by his community. These are not works of instruction, but inspired, passionate utterances, many of them addressed directly to God; and their poetic form is a very ancient one, which has been traced back (through Norse parallels) to Indo-European times. It seems to have been linked with a mantic tradition, that is, to have been cultivated by priestly seers who sought to express in lofty words their personal apprehension of the divine; and it is marked by subtleties of allusion, and great richness and complexity of style. Such poetry can only have been fully understood by the learned; and since Zoroaster believed that he had been entrusted by God with a message for all mankind, he must also have preached again and again in plain words to ordinary people. His teachings were handed down orally in his community from generation to generation, and were at last committed to writing under the Sasanians, rulers of the third Iranian empire. The language then spoken was Middle Persian, also called Pahlavi; and the Pahlavi books provide invaluable keys for interpreting the magnificent obscurities of the Gathas themselves." - Zoroastrians, Their religious beliefs and practices, London, 1979, pg 17. Some of the major tenets of Zoroastrianism include: God: Ahura Mazda The supreme being is called Ahura Mazda (Phl. Ohrmazd), meaning "Wise Lord." Ahura Mazda is all good, and created the world and all good things, including people. He is opposed by Anghra Mainyu (Phl. Ahriman), meaning "Destructive Spirit," the embodiment of evil and creator of all evil things. The cosmic battle between good and evil will ultimately lead to the destruction of all evil. Prophet: Zarathushtra The religion was founded by Zarathushtra. His date is uncertain, but is probably somewhere around 1200 BC. He lived and preached in the Inner Asian steppes. Zarathushtra received his revelations directly from Ahura Mazda, and from his Archangels (Amesha Spentas). Scripture: Avesta The central scripture is the Avesta. The most sacred sections of the Avesta are the Gathas or Hymns of Zarathushtra; they are also the most enigmatic. Later sacred literature includes the Pahlavi Texts, which contain extensive quotations and paraphrases from lost Avesta texts. Creed The creed is summarized in Yasna 12. It is likely to have been composed by Zarathushtra himself, and to have been used as an avowal of faith by early converts (Cf. Boyce, Zoroastrianism, Its Antiquity and Constant Vigour, p. 102-4). Observances Two sacred garments, the sudreh (shirt) and kusti (cord) are the emblems of the religion. Zoroastrians perform a short cleansing ritual (Padyab), and retie the kusti several times a day with another short ritual (Nirang-i Kusti) as a sign of their faith. Other prayers are recited daily from the Khorda Avesta. Prayer is largely done in the Avestan language. The faithful should also participate in seasonal communal festivals ("Gahambars") during the year. Fire and "Asha" Fire, as a symbol of "Asha" and the "original light of God," holds a special place of esteem in the religion. Prayer is often done in front of a fire, and consecrated fires are kept perpetually burning in the major temples. Read more about this religion from here: A GUIDE TO THE ZOROASTRIAN RELIGION, Scholar's Press, 1982. A Nineteenth Century Catechism by Erachji S. Meherjirana, with translation and commentary by a modern Dastur (High Priest): http://bit.ly/1hiI1Lh http://bit.ly/1garTeX " Religious Ceremonies and Customs of the Parsees" by J.J. Modi's http://www.avesta.org/ritual/rcc1937.pdf
A Punjabi Wedding Highlights of Rishpal & Rashveen
 
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For enquiry please drop us an email at [email protected] or contact us at +6017-3320208 / +65-91355275 Punjabi Wedding. Cinematic Style. Cinematography by Jay Arvind Videographers: Francis Xavier and Marlin Parabakaran
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Traditional Korean Wedding Ceremony
 
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Join us for a traditional wedding ceremony at the museum as part of In Grand Style: Celebrations in Korean Art during the Joseon Dynasty. The Asian Art Museum in collaboration with the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation presents a special reenactment of an elite class (yangban) wedding, illuminating the elaborate procedures involved in this ceremony. The reenactment will illustrate how celebrations in Korea's royal court influenced those of the elite class during the Joseon dynasty (1392--1910), as well as reveal a centuries-old tradition that continues in Korea today.
Views: 39549 Asian Art Museum
Buddhist wedding ceremony in Vietnam
 
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The wedding ceremony being held at the pagoda where the Buddhist rituals have been demonstrated is called "Hang Thuan Festival" (Lễ Hằng Thuận in Vietnamese). "Hang" defines as eternity, "Thuan" means unity. If a married couple wants an eternal unity, they should learn how to respect one another. If Buddhist devotees want a peaceful environment where can be viewed as home, there is no place better than the pagoda, where the love and warmth of other fellow believers are always present. A wedding ceremony being performed in the pagoda will help to build the couple's spiritual life in their future married life. The couple's family and friends are gathered to witness their union ceremony. They have been given blessings by the Three Precious Ones known as Buddha, Dhama & Sangha. When the bride and groom exchange of rings, that moment represents the love and respect that one has towards the other. The abbot of the pagoda teachs bride and groom about 5 things obligations of husband to wife and wife to husband. They are loyalty, love, equality, respect and care for each other in order to keep the home and family are happy for long. Created by Indochina Charm Travel http://indochinacharm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/IndochinaCharmTravel/
Views: 23421 Vietnam Daily Life
Wedding Ceremony Gone TERRIBLY Wrong
 
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This Reverend had the audacity to take a phone call right in the middle of the WEDDING CEREMONY because the groom found him off Craigslist!!! The Guests go ballistic!
Views: 2146677 themaddrsound
Traditional Thai Buddhist Wedding Ceremony and Reception
 
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Watch the monk blessing, water pouring, string tying, and speeches and party at a traditional wedding held in northern Thailand on January 27th, 2015. Hope you enjoy :)
Views: 22691 TheStuffGuysLike
Bengali Wedding Rituals Unplugged
 
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In this video you can watch the traditional Bengali wedding rituals. Please check it out. It is interesting.
Views: 25747 Pratik Dutta
Ashirwad ceremony: Pre-wedding rituals of Bengali wedding
 
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In Bengal matrimony, Ashirwad is the ceremony, which is similar to the engagement ceremony and is organized two-three day prior to the wedding day. Ashirwad is a confirmation of the marriage alliance. During the Ashirwad ceremony, the groom’s family visits the bride’s home, where they shower the bride with lots of blessings and gifts, which include saris for the bride, jewellery like gold ring, chain, etc., sweets, betel nuts, etc. The Ashirwad ceremony is conducted in the presence of a priest who worships the idol of Bhagwan Narayan. Similarly, the bride’s family visits the groom’s home and gifts him gold ring, gold buttons, sweets, watch, etc. On the day of the wedding (or within a week before wedding), the groom's and the bride's father offer prayers to the ancestors. A pundit is called and a pooja takes place in their respective houses. This is called Vriddhi. Before sunrise on the day of the wedding Dadhi Mangal is performed. The bride and the groom, in their respective homes, wear fresh clothes and are offered milk based products (curd, milk, meetha etc) to eat. This is done because the whole day, till the wedding ceremony is over, both of them are in vrata and don't eat anything. This is preceded by a happily married couple fetching water (ideally from a well) in a matka. Shubha Drishti and Mala badal takes place when the groom comes. The girl's mother receives him at the gate with an aarti. This is called Varan. At the muhurat, the boy and the girl set eyes on each other for the first time, that is why it is called shubh drishti. Then the exchange of garlands takes place (mala badal). Vivah, the actual wedding ceremony, happens at a chosen muhurat. Kanyadan is called Sampradaan unlike other Hindu marriages it is not done by the father, instead it is done by some one in the family (with same gotra) like paternal uncle etc. Then Saat Pheras take place around the agni (sacred fire) to the chant of Sanskrit mantras. The baraatis, except the groom and one or two of his cousins or friends, go home. The next morning the girl's parting is filled with Sindoor by the groom (again) and a sumptuous lunch follows where the bride and the groom sit with each other and are served a huge feast in new utensils. This is called Baasi Byah. The couple is then blessed by all the elders in the family and the groom is given gifts. Then the Bidai takes place at the right muhurat, usually before sun set, when people from the groom's house come and fetch the couple. Next day afternoon, the groom's family and friends are invited for lunch . The close relatives of the bride are also invited. In this the bride is formally invited into the family. The groom pledges responsibility of her food and clothing and as a sign of fulfilling that pledge, gifts her a new sari and serves her food. Source: http://weddingsinindia.com/indian-weddings.php?id=6 This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
Views: 1404 WildFilmsIndia
Bou Bhaat a wedding ceremony at Bengali wedding
 
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Bengali marriage ceremony takes place in the state of Bengal or between Bengali people. The wedding ceremonies in Bengal are quite long and elaborate. There are a number of rituals and ceremonies that take place during the wedding. The pre wedding and post wedding rituals provide ample opportunity to the loved ones to enjoy with each other. However, the traditional Bengali rituals are quite meaningful and interesting. To know more about Bengali wedding ceremony, read on. Pre Wedding Rituals Pre wedding rituals start with Vridhi Puja, which is done to rememeber the ancestors of the bride and the groom. This is followed by Dodhi Mangal ceremony, wherein ten married women bathe bride and groom. Later they are fed delectable traditional food. After this, the couple is seated on wedding Piris and both the families exchange gifts. Next is the Gae Halud Tattva ritual, in which the bride is sent gifts by her in laws. The next is the Snan ritual, in which married women apply turmeric and oil to the couple. After bathing and wearing new clothes, the bride wears the Sankha Poranas. She is then ornamented with jewelry and crown along with sandalwood paste on the face. After this, is finally taken to the mandap, which is made using two banana trees and ornamented with fresh flowers and lights. A rice powder Rangoli is also made nearby. Wedding Rituals The wedding day rituals begin with welcoming the groom. An elderly female relative welcomes the groom with baran dala. It is a plate which is first touched to the forehead of the groom, then touched to the ground and then again touched to his forehead. After this, the groom is given sweets and sherbet. As he enters the house, rose water is sprinkled over him. The next is the Shubho Drishti ritual, wherein the bride and the groom see each other for the first time. This is followed by Mala Badal ceremony, wherein they exchange garlands. The most important rituals on he wedding day are Saat Paak, during which the bride is seated on a wooden plank and lifted by her brothers. Thereafter she is taken around the groom seven times, which signifies their union. In Sampradhan ritual the paternal and maternal uncles of the bride, give her away to the groom. After this, the Saptadi ritual takes place. Post Wedding Rituals After the wedding the Basar Ghar ceremony takes place, wherein the newly wed couple is treated warmly and served delicious food. On the next morning the Bashi Biye ritual takes place in which the groom applies vermilion on the bride's forehead. After this, the Bidaai ceremony is held and the bride leaves with the groom for her mrital abode. The first ceremony at groom's place is Bou Baran, which is a welcome ceremony for the bride. The bride submerges her feet in a plate containing lac dye and milk and enters the house, leaving imprints. The next is the Bou Bhat ceremony. It is held as the bride eats her first meal in her husband's house. Source: http://www.culturalindia.net/weddings/regional-weddings/bengali-wedding.html This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
Views: 8032 WildFilmsIndia
Cinematic Wedding Film // Surya & Susmita // Bengali Wedding Rituals // Creativevfx // 2016
 
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Creativevfx presents a sweet and exciting love story of Surya and Susmita.Just have a glimpse of this magical moments! We had an opportunity to capture the priceless magical moments & emotions of their most colorful event of life. May all your days be filled with perfect love for each other. Couple: Surya & Susmita Genere: Bengali Wedding Film Location: Kolkata,West Bengal Composition:Team Creativevfx Production All Right Reserved for © Creativevfx Production. Call us on: +91 8293625449 +91 7098371421 Mail Us On: [email protected] Connect With Us On: facebook.com/creativevfxindia Watch In 1080P!!
Views: 21047 Creative VFX
Igbo Traditional Wedding- Uchechi & Amobi
 
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This is the Igbo Traditonal marriage of Dr. Uchechi Azuike and Amobi Umeh also known as the Igba Nkwu (Wine carrying Ceremony)- Imo State, Nigeria, December 2016. This is the last and final rite done by the groom’s family. After the date for the official wine carrying has been set, the ceremony is done at the bride’s home and her family prepares a large feast (depending on their pockets) for the groom’s family coming and invited guests, they also hire a live band and maybe traditional dancers to make the ceremony interesting. Usually, the bride-to-be is dressed in the traditional Igbo wedding attire which include a blouse, a double wrapper, a red coral bead necklace and a big head tie known as ‘Ichafu’ or a bead round her head. The groom is expected to be accompanied by a larger party this time (friends included) and bring along with him the bride price list. He must present the list along with the required gifts to the Umunna before the ceremony begins. The highlight of Igba Nkwu Nwanyi is when the bride in public points out the man she wants to marry. The bride’s father or eldest uncle (if her dad is deceased) prays traditionally for the bride, blessing her marriage in future, then he gives her a cup of palm wine (it is usually placed in a gourd) to find the man she intends to spend the rest of her life with. The bride along with her maidens then goes to find her groom who is hidden in the crowd, as she searches for him with the wine in her hand; she is beckoned by other men and the groom’s friends seated in the crowd to give them her wine. After searching him out, she then offers him the drink in her hand kneeling down. If he takes a sip, it signifies to the crowd that he is her husband, acceptance means they are officially man and wife. The groom and bride then dance to meet her parents who then pronounce blessings on them. The merriment begins and the couple is given gifts by friends and family. Idu Uno comes immediately after Igba Nkwu , at this stage; the bride visits the groom’s home for the first time and she goes along with a maiden or her sister who isn’t married to keep her company. Before she begins her journey, the bride’s family gifts her with items she’ll need to start her new home, these include cooking utensils, bed-sheets, suitcases, boxes, sewing machine, bed, pillowcases, plates, clothes and other essential things she’ll need to begin their new life together. The bride’s sister or family can go back home after a few days to give feedback to her people. Edited by 55Media.
Views: 102842 55Media
Vietnamese Wedding Tea Ceremony (with Explanations)
 
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I (a German) got married to a Vietnamese American girl and I wanted to show my family how a Vietnamese Wedding Ceremony looks like. Especially, since they will be part of it but have never seen one before. I couldn't find a Ceremony video that had actual explanations. Hence, I decided to create this video and upload it on Youtube. The Video was originally about 2 hours long made by a professional. I took the video, cut it down to the essential 13 minutes and added some music and the captions. Hopefully it will help some guys or girls, who are in a similar situation as I was. This Video was made with the Windows Live Movie Maker.
Views: 99706 benjamings
Bengali wedding ceremony - Bou Bhaat
 
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Bengali marriage ceremony takes place in the state of Bengal or between Bengali people. The wedding ceremonies in Bengal are quite long and elaborate. There are a number of rituals and ceremonies that take place during the wedding. The pre wedding and post wedding rituals provide ample opportunity to the loved ones to enjoy with each other. However, the traditional Bengali rituals are quite meaningful and interesting. To know more about Bengali wedding ceremony, read on. Pre Wedding Rituals Pre wedding rituals start with Vridhi Puja, which is done to rememeber the ancestors of the bride and the groom. This is followed by Dodhi Mangal ceremony, wherein ten married women bathe bride and groom. Later they are fed delectable traditional food. After this, the couple is seated on wedding Piris and both the families exchange gifts. Next is the Gae Halud Tattva ritual, in which the bride is sent gifts by her in laws. The next is the Snan ritual, in which married women apply turmeric and oil to the couple. After bathing and wearing new clothes, the bride wears the Sankha Poranas. She is then ornamented with jewelry and crown along with sandalwood paste on the face. After this, is finally taken to the mandap, which is made using two banana trees and ornamented with fresh flowers and lights. A rice powder Rangoli is also made nearby. Wedding Rituals The wedding day rituals begin with welcoming the groom. An elderly female relative welcomes the groom with baran dala. It is a plate which is first touched to the forehead of the groom, then touched to the ground and then again touched to his forehead. After this, the groom is given sweets and sherbet. As he enters the house, rose water is sprinkled over him. The next is the Shubho Drishti ritual, wherein the bride and the groom see each other for the first time. This is followed by Mala Badal ceremony, wherein they exchange garlands. The most important rituals on he wedding day are Saat Paak, during which the bride is seated on a wooden plank and lifted by her brothers. Thereafter she is taken around the groom seven times, which signifies their union. In Sampradhan ritual the paternal and maternal uncles of the bride, give her away to the groom. After this, the Saptadi ritual takes place. Post Wedding Rituals After the wedding the Basar Ghar ceremony takes place, wherein the newly wed couple is treated warmly and served delicious food. On the next morning the Bashi Biye ritual takes place in which the groom applies vermilion on the bride's forehead. After this, the Bidaai ceremony is held and the bride leaves with the groom for her mrital abode. The first ceremony at groom's place is Bou Baran, which is a welcome ceremony for the bride. The bride submerges her feet in a plate containing lac dye and milk and enters the house, leaving imprints. The next is the Bou Bhat ceremony. It is held as the bride eats her first meal in her husband's house. Source: http://www.culturalindia.net/weddings/regional-weddings/bengali-wedding.html This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
Views: 226867 WildFilmsIndia
18 Bizzare Marriage Rituals You Won't Believe Actually Exist !
 
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Views: 11807821 Facts Verse
Japanese traditional wedding ceremony
 
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I had Japanese wedding ceremony in Harajuku on November 14th 2010.
Views: 176098 hanakko0115
Bengali Marriage - Sequence of Rituals - Traditional Wedding - Reception/bengali wedding
 
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A typical traditional Hindu Bengali Marriage depicting complete coverage of rituals like Ashirvad / Ashirbaad (for both the groom and bride), Vridhi, Ganga Puja, Dadhi Mangal / Dodhi Mongol, Tatwa, Gaye Holud (for both the groom and bride), Nandimukh, Snan, Bor Boron, Pratham Daan, Subho Dristi, Mala Badal, Sampradan, Anjali, Sindoor Daan, Bidaay, Bodhu Boron, Bou Bhaat - The reception. Please check it out. Glimpses of a typical Bangali Hindu wedding. It is interesting. Bengali hindu Wedding Video. Bengali Hindu Marriage Rituals, হিন্দু বিয়ের অনুষ্ঠান, Wedding Party, हिंदू विवाह की रस्में, Vivaha. Bengali Pre and Post Wedding Rituals. This useful video prepares you for the marriage if you are not aware about it. Hindu priest performs wedding ritual for groom at a wedding ceremony. Jol soite jaoa at by traditional village ladies. Bengali women performs Pre-Marriage customs and rituals of a Bengali wedding. Bengal matrimony. Emotions of various kinds always have a special place at a wedding and a Bengali wedding is no exception. Bengali marriage ceremony takes place in the state of Bengal or between Bengali people. Ashirwad is the ceremony, which is similar to the engagement ceremony. Newlywed couple performs wedding ritual at a Bengali wedding. Bengali marriage ceremony takes place in. Bride and groom being blessed by relatives. Bride groom cries as she is about to leave for her new house. Bride’s mother offer a glass of milk to his son-in-law as part the Bengali wedding rituals.
Views: 71676 Rajib Das
Mayan Wedding Ceremony Riviera Maya
 
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Spirituality Riviera Maya Weddings Bodas Mayas y Espirituales y coordinacion de eventos // Spiritual and Mayan Weddings & Event Coordination // Matrimoni Maya e Spirituali e Coordinazione di Eventi SPIRITUAL WEDDINGS & MAYAN WEDDINGS Unite your souls through a Ceremony that promises to be authentic, romantic and meaningful. Build your spiritual ceremony step by step with our Minister, even using details and concepts from your religion if you wish to... or decide for a Mayan Wedding and let our Shamans marry you through our Mayan or Aztec tradition and their rituals full of meanings. Visit our website: www.spiritualityrm.com
Muslim Wedding done by Imam ( Wedding Ceremony)
 
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Muslim marriage and Islamic wedding customs are traditions and practices that relate to wedding ceremonies and marriage rituals prevailing within the Muslim world. Participants in these rites belong to communities of people who have Islam as their faith. According to the teachings of the Quran, a married Muslim couple is equated with clothing. Within this context, both husband and wife are each other's protector and comforter, just as real garments "show and conceal" the body of human beings. Thus, they are meant "for one another".[1]Muslims in India normally follow marriage customs that are similar to those practiced by Muslims of the Middle-East, which are based on Islamic convention.[7] These Islamic traditions were first handed down to medieval Indians by propagators of the Islamic religion that involved sultans and Moghul rulers at the time.[8] The blueprint is the same as the Middle-Eastern Nikah,[7] a pattern seen in marriage ceremonies of Sunnis and Shias.[8] Traditional Muslim Indian wedding celebrations typically last for three days.[7] Prior to the observance of the wedding ceremony proper, two separate pre-wedding rituals, which involve traditional dancing and singing, occurs in two places: at the groom's house and at the bride's home.[8]
Views: 84801 GoodIntentVillage

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