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Find Bride & Groom profiles from Kannada Matrimony

Find Bride & Groom profiles from Kannada Matrimony

About Us

Kalyanam days is a leading matrimonial site dedicated to all south Indian languages Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, and Tamil. Kalyanam days is born out of the belief to bind two individuals into soulmates. We understand that marriage is a pious institution in every religion and community and so we serve everyone with the best matrimonial advice regardless of their community. We are one of the best Kannada Matrimony Websites in south India.

Why South Indian weddings are special

South Indian weddings are like a never-ending celebration with lots of music, dance, food, rituals, and emotions. Be it any part of India, the excitement and celebration are the same for all communities. Every state has its own set of customs and traditions and they all are equally beautiful, hence it is never enough for one to know all about Indian weddings after attending just one. A string of rituals which starts prior to the wedding and lasts up to after the wedding give chance to families from both sides to gel along together and bless the new couple. From bridal attire to food, a range of variety is there to impress anyone out there. For instance, one can find so much of cultural differences in only five south Indian states.

Kannada community wedding

Kannada community weddings are simplistic amongst the south Indian community weddings. Kannada weddings are more close to old traditions and a mix of rituals from Andhra & Maharashtra can be seen. Kannada advanced from the Kadamba language which was spoken during the fifth century. It has an abstract history traversing more than one thousand years. The wedding takes place in day time mostly. The language of Kannada is spoken predominantly in the province of Karnataka where it is the authoritative language. Spoken by more than 40 million individuals, it is one of the main 40 languages spoken in the world. Its expressed structure differs from locale to area, be that as it may, the composed structure is commonly steady.

The marriages of Kannadiga are very similar to the traditional Hindu marriage. However, several rituals and traditions are still unlike a Kannadiga Wedding, one such tradition is that Kashi Yatra is intended to leave for City Kashi because he has not found an appropriate bride. There are also rituals and traditions in which he is coaxed by his mother's brother, showing him the bride's picture.

The couple exchanges garlands during their wedding, followed by Dhare Herdu, during which parents give their daughter to her husband to be. The wedding is complete after the Saptapadi ritual, in which the couple take seven rounds around the holy fire.

The bride wears a navaari saree and compliments her look with gold ornaments. The pieces of jewelry which a Kannada bride wears are a necklace, earrings, tika, and waistband. Hair is mostly styled in a braid decorated with flowers. Whereas the groom wears a dhoti, angavastram, and turban.

Customs and Beliefs of a Kannada wedding

Nishchay tamulum

- When the families fix the alliance and horoscopes are matched, Both families exchange plates with betel leaves and betel nuts to officially accept the match. The bride and groom are then showered with dress, jewelry, fruits and sweets by each other’s families. The priest selects a wedding date and marriage muhurtham according to the stars of the couple. Matching of horoscopes denotes the start of wedding chimes. On the off chance that stars adjust superbly, anticipating an upbeat and prosperous future than just the families consent to the marriage coalition. Nischay tamulam is proportionate to commitment yet no trade of rings happens. The date of the marriage is commonly chosen by the cleric during this occasion.

Naandi

- This ceremony marks the beginning of wedding rituals. This ceremony happens at the two houses independently. One day before the wedding, naandi puja takes place at the houses of the bride and groom. Both families perform the ceremony and pray to god for an obstruction-free marriage festivity additionally petitioning God for the prosperous wedded existence of the couple. It comprises a pooja performed by the cleric. A copper pot loaded up with water and coconut at the top is set symbolizing the beginning of the wedding festivity. Following this, the principal wedding invitation is given to the almighty to get his favors for the couple.

Kashi yatra

- This is a ritual which is full of fun and enjoyment. The groom acts to get angry and decides to leave the social life and move to Kashi for sanyas. He takes with him a stick, umbrella, dhoti, and rice and starts leaving the house but he is stopped by his maternal uncle who tells him about the bride and convinces him to marry her and have a domestic life instead of sanyas. The groom then agrees to marry and return home.

Mandap puja

- The place where the actual wedding rituals take place is purified by the priest by performing a small puja before the big day to guarantee the mandap and wedding settings are refined from any awful sign. This guarantees a hindrance free marriage work. He also seeks blessings of the almighty to keep all evils away from that place.

Var puja

- According to Hindu customs, the groom is a considered rebirth of Lord Vishnu, along these lines he is revered by the lady of the hour's family. The groom is welcomed in the mandap by the bride's father, who washes his feet and does puja. He then gives a silk dhoti and a scarf known as pitambar to the groom which he needs to change in for further wedding rituals.

Jaimala

- After the var pooja, the bride is brought to the mandap. The lady is joined by her sisters to the wedding mandap. Her face stays covered behind a fan made up of peacock plumes held by her sisters. After the appearance of the lady of the hour, a blind is set between the bride and the lucky man keeping them from seeing one another. The blind is then steadily continued in the midst of reciting mantras by the cleric empowering the couple to look at one another. The lady of the hour and the lucky man at that point trade laurel three times.

Dhare Herdu

- This ritual signifies that they are officially handing over their daughter to the groom. This Kannada custom is similar to the Kanyadaan function in Hindu weddings. The ceremony in which the bride’s parents give her responsibility to groom and bless their new relationship. The bride’s right hand is kept on the groom's right hand with a betel leaf and coconut is set over the held hands. Then the bride’s father pours holy water on their hands which is known as “Dhara”. The lady of the hour's folks shower their endowments and endorsement of this association with this ritual.

Saptapadi

- The couple’s attire is tied into a nuptial knot for this ritual which symbolizes the tying of a matrimonial bunch. The saat pheras like general Hindu weddings in which the couple takes seven rounds around the sacred fire and make promises to love and support each other for the rest of their lives. The couple at that point circumambulates the heavenly fire seven times for taking seven consecrated promises of marriage. This custom is named as Saptapadi.

Mangalsutra

- After saptapadi five sumangalis(married women) help the groom to tie the mangalsutra around the neck of the bride and complete the wedding by taking blessings from their elders.

Okhli

- Okhli is a post-wedding game played by Kannadigas after the fulfillment of the wedding customs. Once the wedding is complete both families play this game in which the groom’s ring is dropped into a vessel of colored water or milk. The bride needs to find the ring three times which signifies that she can handle her married life and household with mastery.

GrihaPravesh

- The lady of the hour is given a warm stylized greeting with an inviting aarti by her in laws. A vessel topped with rice off is set on the limit and the lady of the hour goes into the house turning it over with her correct foot symbolizing that her appearance has expanded the riches and flourishing of the house.

Garments Presentation Ceremony

- The lady of the hour is presented five sarees by her better half and she is to wear each saree for different post-wedding ceremonies.

Name Change Ceremony

- This custom is like those of Maharashtrians during which the groom chooses another name for his spouse and composes the equivalent on a plate of rice with his ring. The lady acknowledges the plate of rice from him showing that she has accepted her new name.

Visiting the Bride's House

- On the second day of marriage, the lady of the hour's family welcomes the love bird couple to their home. The couple is to stay there for one night before returning back to the man of the hour's home.

Gathering

- A gathering party is held by the groom’s family. This gathering connotes a conventional acquaintance of the lady of the hour with family members, companions and precious ones of the man of the hour's family.

How Kalyanam Days help

The most popular matchmaking site in Hindu communities is Kannada matrimony. The marriage of all Kannada community marriages, such as, Lingayath, Vokkaliga, Kuruba, Brahmin, Ganiga, Bevanga and others, Kalyanamdays has been a part of the organization over the years. As they say “Matches are made in heaven”, Kalyanam days understand how important it is to start a new relationship with truth and trust, and hence provides only verified profiles and makes it easy for you to meet your match from heaven. We cater to several communities namely Kannada Matrimony Bunts, Kannada Matrimony Bhovi, Kannada Matrimony Devanga, Kannada Matrimony Devadiga, Kannada Matrimony Ediga, Kannada Matrimony Gowda Brides, Kannada Matrimony Ganiga, Kannada Matrimony Gowdas, Kannada Matrimony Gowda Grooms, Kannada Matrimony Kuruba Brides, Kannada Matrimony Kuruba Grooms, Kannada Matrimony Lingayath Brides, Kannada Matrimony Lingayat, Kannada Matrimony Lingayath Grooms, Kannada Matrimony Lingayat Panchamasali, Kannada Matrimony Lingayath Paknak Reddy, Kannada Matrimony Reddy Brides, Kannada Matrimony Uppara, Kannada Matrimony Yadav, Kannada Matrimony Vishwakarma, Kannada Matrimony Valmiki, Kannada Matrimony Vokkaliga Grooms, Kannada Matrimony Vokkaliga Gowda Brides, Kannada Matrimony Vokkaliga Gowda, Kannada Matrimony Vishwakarma Brides, Kannada Matrimony Vokkaliga Gowda Grooms, Kannada Matrimony Kuruba, Kannada Matrimony Nayaka, Kannada Matrimony Vokkaliga.

How Kalyanam Days work

Using Kalyanamdays matrimony is super easy with simple steps that need to be followed for registration -

  • Step 1 - Sign up on their website with email and phone number
  • Step 2 - Verify your profile
  • Step 3 - Fill out basic details about yourself
  • Step 4 - Put details about your horoscope
  • Step 5 - Tell what are you looking for in your life partner

And done. Now you can start searching for profiles yourself or get matching profiles that are suggested to you. You can also buy our premium package and get personal assistance in order to search for your better half.

Why Kalyanam Days is unique

We are one of India's leading websites for bride and grooms of Karnataka. We are one of Kannada's most trusted websites for marriage. We have the most qualified brides and grooms profiles for Kannada weddings. We give you authentic profiles of this ethnic group. Such people are known to speak the same language as Kannadiga and Kannadigaru. Major communities that we cater to are Kuruba, Kshatriya, Smartha, Lingayat, Kuruba, Shetty, Gowda, Brahmin, Padmashali, Panchamsali, Madhwa, etc. The common question which will come to your mind is why choose Kalyanam Days? Well, Kalyanam Days is a matrimony that has been designed for all the south Indian communities in each state and that is what makes us unique from other matrimonial services. We assure that every individual who registers on our website gets the best of our services and finds them happily ever after.