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It is not an exaggeration if we say that Indian weddings are not only weddings but actually a festival of two families. Or as some people say that Indian weddings are not less than a movie where there will be everything from music, dance, entertainment, happiness and a little bit of drama (Because we all have some special relatives).
South Indian weddings are a different cultural tour where things are more traditional and orthodox. The brides here are dressed up in shining silk sarees whereas the groom wears veshti. And since gold is an important part of their culture, you will get to see a lot of gold jewellery worn by both the bride and the guests. The music here is all about classical and not Bollywood songs. Even the feast is served on banana leaves by the host where the guests are requested to sit and enjoy the meal unlike a buffet arrangement.
The Telugu marriage ceremonial wedding rites are complex and traditional. Mangal Snanam is a purifying and auspicious bath taken by a couple on the wedding day. It is followed by Aarti and Ganesh and Gowri Puja and Kanyadaan. Following the recital of the Vedic shlokas, the Jeelakarra Bellam is held in which couple tingle cumin seed and jaggery paste on each other's heads. The ritual of the Madhuparkam is followed by the Sumangli and the bonding of the sacred mangalsutra. Couples are united by taking 7 steps across the holy fire as part of the Saptapadi.
When it comes to food, Pulihora (A dish prepared with rice) is a famous dish of Telugu community which is prepared in every pooja or traditional function and the same is served on weddings too. Apart from this payasam is a sweet dish like kheer in the north which is served at the wedding feast.
Telugu community belongs to two south Indian states i.e. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Telugu marriage occurs between a bride and groom whose mother tongue is Telugu, also known as 'Pelli.' Apart from Hindi, Telugu is the only language primarily spoken within India in more than one state. It is the third most widely spoken language in India. The Telugu community too believes in the holy bond of marriage and starts a new alliance with God’s blessings. Telugu marriage ceremonies have historically been a long affair and have often lasted up to 16 days. More recently the total length of the ceremony was shortened to 5 days. In Telugu marriages, with a vast amount of individuality, one can detect a pinch of similarity from Tamil ones. People from this community give a lot of importance to the muhurat and nakshatra and don't perform any ritual or customs except at the right time that is decided by the priest.
Telugu also includes parts of Sanskrit and was considered by the Government of India to be a classical language. The boy and girl’s horoscope should match and only then they can get married. Even the time of the wedding is decided by the priest after studying their horoscope. Like every other Indian wedding Telugu community weddings also have rituals before and after the wedding day. Here are few customs and rituals that are performed in Telugu community weddings -
This is the engagement ceremony where it is official that the couple is going to get married. Their wedding muhurat is decided and they are offered gifts by each other’s family. After the families and the couple are prepared for the alliance a commitment function is performed. It isn't intended for simple trade of rings however implies the declaration of marriage date (Muhurtham) to the general public. Older folks of the family favour the couple for their future wedded life. Blessings are showered to the lady of the hour by her relatives.
This is an extremely perky and light minute where before the wedding the groom declares he is going to Kashi leaving the social life behind for otherworldly examinations, disavowing common delights like marriage. The lady's sibling at that point endeavours to persuade him to wed his sister and live a domestic life fulfilling his duties towards his family. At long last, the man of the hour consents to wed his sister.
The sacred bath which takes place on the day of the wedding, is actually believed to purify the couple before they head to the sacred rituals to be performed. This implies the heavenly shower to cleanse the body and soul before tying the marital bunch. It happens independently in both the houses. Oil is then applied to the bride and groom. Aarti is then performed to avert the hostile stare from the couple.
Before going to the wedding mandap the bride takes blessings from goddess Gauri and prays for a happy married life. Whereas the groom performs Ganesh pooja at the mandap itself and prays for a wedding and married life without any difficulties. This custom is performed by the lady of the hour to look for endowments of goddess Gauri, who is an image of ripeness as per Hindu folklore. The groom plays out the Ganesh pooja at the mandap until the lady of the hour lands to avoid any shades of malice or hindrances.
The one custom which is followed in every community, the bride’s father gives her hand to the groom and asks him to take her responsibility from now to forever. This is a very emotional moment for the bride and her father as they both know that now she is going away from him. After washing the feet of the lucky man, the lady of the hour's dad gives his girl's hand. The lucky man vows to stand by her side forever.
During this custom, a gathering of wedded ladies known as Sumangali convey a plate of lights produced using rice flour, sugar, and milk alongside two plates of rice. The lights are lit, as an image of splendor in the wedded existence of the couple while the rice speaks to flourishing. The Mangalsutram is put over the rice.
The groom holds the bride’s hand when the priest chants, "The Devas have offered you to me in order that I may live the life of a householder (Grihastha); we shall not part from each other."
Bride and Groom keep Pan leaf with jaggery and cumin seeds paste on each other’s head that signifies that their bond is unbreakable. The bride’s gotra is then changed to the groom’s and then she becomes a part of his family.
The lady of the hour and his husband to be made to change into their customary wedding clothing which is a cotton garment of white shading with red outskirt (saree for the lady and dhoti for the lucky man). White and red hues are the image of virtue and quality individually. They are presently prepared for the next arrangement of customs.
The mangalsutra or thali is an accessory comprising a yellow string and two pendants integrated. The lucky man ties this around the lady of the hour's neck in three bunches, meaning their physical, mental, and spiritual association. The three bunches likewise allude to the man of the hour's guarantee to think about his better half and not hurt her either through considerations (manasa), discourse (vacha), or deeds (karmana). The partition between the couple is removed and the groom ties mangalsutra around the bride’s neck which signifies their union.
The couple performs circumambulation of the heavenly fire and takes the seven promises of marriage. 7 rounds are taken around the sacred fire to strengthen the bond between the bride and groom. They are said to be bonded together for 7 lives. While they make promises to each other to support each other through thick and thin, they are told their duties as a husband and wife while the priest recites the Vedic mantra. The pledges are followed by the Sthaalipaakam during which the lucky man places silver rings on the second toes of his lady of the hour's feet.
Once all the wedding rituals are completed the groom shows arundhati and vashishta star to the bride. These stars are said to be a couple that complements each other perfectly and the same is wished for the newly wedded couple.
This custom includes inviting the couple to their new home. The lucky man's mom performs aarthi of the couple and the lady steps in with her correct foot while demounting a pot loaded up with rice.
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