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Indian Marriages
The Bengali Wedding Ceremony The Buddhist Wedding Ceremony
The traditional Bengali wedding ceremony combines Vedic scriptures with regional traditions, Bengalis have created a synthetic and beautiful marriage ceremony.

Buddhist wedding ceremonies are becoming increasingly popular in the west, and are not just restricted to those who follow the faith.
The Catholic Wedding Ceremony The Gujarati Wedding Ceremony
A Christian wedding usually takes place in a Church, before a priest. A Christian bride traditionally wears a white gown. Her head is covered with a white veil and a bunch of white flowers crown her.

Gujarat provides variations to the vedically prescribed Hindu wedding. From grabbing the grooms nose to stealing the grooms shoes, we follow the rituals.

The Hindu Wedding Ceremony The Jewish Wedding Ceremony
Marriage in the Hindu religion is the 13th of the 16 ceremonies in a person's life. Marriage in the Hindu religion is the 13th of the 16 ceremonies in a person's life.

In Jewish tradition, marriage is considered sanctification. The word for marriage, "kiddushin", is derived from the root word, "kadosh", which means holiness. The favourite day for Jewish marriage is a Tuesday.

The Kannada Wedding Ceremony The Kashmiri Wedding Ceremony
The most notable feature of a Kannada wedding is its simplicity. Earlier, when money and time were aplenty, the wedding celebrations went on for at least four days.

Kashmiri Pundits are tradition preservers and cling on to their legacy with determination. Kashmiri wedding apparel is a beautiful fusion of all the different traditions that have influenced Kashmir.
The Marwari Wedding Ceremony The Muslim Wedding Ceremony
We cover The Hindu wedding ceremony which precedes with a 'Misri ceremony' (sugar ceremony) and ends with a 'Datar ceremony' (salt ceremony).

Muslim weddings throughout the subcontinent have developed specifically Asian traditions while maintaining Islamic marriage requirements.
The Parsi Wedding Ceremony The Punjabi Wedding Ceremony
Parsi weddings can last for four days, with the ceremony being performed on the evening of the last day to unite the 'var-raja'(husband-king) and his 'kanya' (bride).

Punjabi weddings build upon the strong tradition of Hindu weddings with added elements specific to this north-western region.
The Sikh Wedding Ceremony The Tamil Wedding Ceremony
Sikhism represents more than the physical uniting of two families or even two people. The Sri Guru Granth Sahib (the Sikh holy book), says that marriage merges two souls.

Tamilian marriages are conducted in public halls specially constructed for the purpose. As per the Hindu calendar, barring the months of Aashad, Bhadrapad, Shunya, all other months are considered to be auspicious for marriage.