Sampurna Vivah Karya

Marriage is a sacred bond of two souls. Two beings end their separate existences and form a cohesive unit. God has given some characteristics and some imperfections in both men and women. Marriages complement each other's imperfections with their own characteristics, thus forming a holistic personality. Therefore, marriage is generally regarded as a necessity of human life. The purpose of marriage is to move forward on the path of progress like two wheels engaged in a cart, taking advantage of each other's abilities and feelings. Physical attributes have a very secondary place in married life. Marriage is mainly to create that great power arising from the union of two souls, which can prove to be helpful in the development of both worldly and spiritual life.

In Hinduism marriage ceremony of young men and women is done when they attain the physical, mental maturity capable of taking up the responsibility of building a family. According to Indian culture, marriage is not just a physical or social contract, here the couple has also been given the form of a great spiritual practice. That's why it is said 'Dhanyo Grihasthashramah'.

No of Panditji(s) : 2  | Duration : As per rituals | Pujan Samagri Included

Key Insights on Sampurna Vivah Karya

Special arrangement for Vivah Sanskar

In the marriage ceremony, all the arrangements related to the worship of God, Yagya, etc. should be made in advance. Along with the general arrangement, the items which are needed in the special rituals should be looked at in the beginning. There should be a plate to keep the material for welcoming the groom. After the Madhuparka paan, wash your hands and remove it. A pair of Yagyopaveet, painted yellow, should be kept for the Yagyopaveet. For the vivaha ghoshana, the complete information of the bride and groom should be noted in advance. Be ready to have clothes and garlands of clothes and flowers. Keep turmeric for yellowing hands in Kanyadan, kneaded flour (about one loaf) for secret donation. Turmeric, flowers, Akshat, Durva, and Dravya should be there for the bonding of glands.

Lajas (paddy flowers) should be kept in addition to the havan material. Parat or plate should be kept for washing the feet of the bride and groom. The family members of the bride and groom should be present affectionately. By the agreement of everyone's feelings, constructive cooperation is received for the purpose of Kamarkand. This request can be made both individually and collectively. Thread ceremony is done before marriage. Thread ceremony is done before marriage. There is a rule for the unmarried to wear a Yagyopaveet and the married ones in a pair. If the Yajnopaveet has not happened, then the new Yagyopaveet has been done, then the rite of wearing a pair in place of one should be done duly. It should be good that on the auspicious day on which the marriage ceremony is to be held, the sequence of wearing Yagyopaveet should be done in a systematic manner in the morning.

In a traditional family wedding, the ceremony of Dwarchar (door worship) takes place before the main ceremony. At the family level, requests for varechha, tilak (confirmation of marriage), haldi lepan (turmeric offering) and door worship, etc. emerge in marriage matters. Each of them is given a brief time so that they can be taken care of in a suitable manner. The ceremony is split into many parts: Vara-varaṇa (tilaka), haridrawapana, dwarpuja, vivaha ghoshana, mangalashtaka, paraspara upahara, hastapatakaraṇa, kanyadaan, gowdaan, maryadakarama, panigrahana, granthibandhana, vows of bride and groom, prayashcita homa, shilarohan, bhamvara, saptapadi, asana parivatarna, prada praksalana, sapatha ashvasana, and mangalatilak.

Vivah Sanskar Dates in 2021

November 14, 2021, is Devuthani Ekadashi, also known as Devotthan Ekadashi. Marriages start after Devuthani Ekadashi. Exactly one day after Devuthani Garas, i.e. on 15th November, the marriage of Goddess Tulsi and Saligram will take place. It is called Devotthan Ekadashi. This is the day when the auspicious moment begins. Meanwhile, the first moment of marriage day is on November 19, 2021. There are a total of 12 auspicious moments from the month of November to December 2021.

Wedding auspicious days in November - 19,20,21,26,28,29

Wedding auspicious days in December - 1,2,5,7,12,14

Marriage is one of the most important and sacred events in our culture. In the rituals of the Vedas, different types of marriage, how to follow the rituals, how to recite the verses, and what is the true meaning of all these are written. In today's marriage ceremonies, Pandits recite verses and mantras from these sources. In almost all the literary books like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Purana, Kalidasa, etc., the marriage ceremonies of gods and goddesses, kings and queens, and great beings have been mentioned very vividly and beautifully. If the poojas, Vedic rituals, and verses are followed correctly in life, then every marriage will be successful. In every state or country, different types of marriages take place and their customs also vary. Behind different forms of marriage are done based on different traditions, local traditions, the idea of ​​the families getting married. Some customs are the same but the way they are done is different.

So, book your puja today and carry out your wedding ceremony effortlessly. The puja will be performed by learned pandits, who will adhere to Vedic rituals and procedures.

Puja would be performed by experienced and well-versed vedic panditji. Panditji will bring gurukul approved authentic samagri. The procedures and rituals would be followed strictly as per Vedic standards. Puja will be performed as per muhurat timings. You will get all information and guidance post booking the Puja from your dedicated puja manager.

Package Includes

We will Bring: Bodysoul Agarbatti/Dhoop Pack, Kapoor/Camphor - 15gm, Rui batti - Round and Long, Kalawa 2Pc, Janeu 4pc, Laal Kapda, Safed Kapda, Peela Kapda, Haldi - 10gm, Kumkum - 10gm, Sindoor - 10gm, Mishri - 10gm, Chandan Powder - 10gm, Peeli Sarso - 10gm, Panchmeva - 100gm, Puja Supari - 9Pc, Ilaichi - 5gm, Laung - 5gm, Ganga Jal - 100ml, Honey, Gau Mutra - 50ml, Nariyal - 1Pc, Itra, Akshat 500gm, Tissue Paper - 50pc, Biodegradable Katori - 10Pc, Paper Plate - 15Pc, Havan Items if included.

You Will Arrange: Vessels, Oil Lamps, Mats, Bowls, Chowki, Plates, Milk, Curd, Prasad Sweets, Flowers, Mala, Photo or Murti, Bricks for Havan if included.

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