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Vidaai Ceremony – an emotional ritual in Hindu Wedding

11-15-2017 01:14 PM CET | Arts & Culture

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In Indian people believes or considers girls as ‘Paraya Dhan’. It means that she belongs to someone special.
Indian Non- Manglik or Manglik wedding is accompanied by different interesting rituals and beautiful arrangements. The memories of wedding are sweet and always remain within. There are friends; family members, neighbors and other know ones all around, wishing you for a happy and prosperous life ahead. Brides and Grooms are busy with the rituals. There are celebrations all around .But, the Vidaai ritual is the one that have mix up of emotions of sorrow and joy.
When the ceremony of Vidaai takes place, the bride wears the same dress as she has continued to wear during ‘Kanyadan’ and ‘Phere’. She moves out of her parent’s home surrounded by his father and brother. At the time of Vidaai, the bride is dressed in Wedding Lahenga or Saree with Sindoor and other precious golden and diamond jewelleries

 The Bride has to keep up a balance between her new and old life. The bride moves out of her parent’s house and getting ready to have her new family’s responsibilities.
 The girl throws handful of rice and coins towards back three times. By this act, the bride wishes her family a happy and prosperous life forever.
 Now she moves out of her parent’s house and get ready to take the responsibilities of her new family.
 After that the bride’s parent gives the hand of their daughter to the son in law. It symbolizes that he will guide her throughout the life and takes care of here forever.
 Bride’s brothers and cousins pushes the car from behind as the final ritual of Wedding ceremony. It symbolizes that they are wishing her good luck, pushing them towards prosperity and joy.
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