Hindu marriages connote customs, rituals and elaborate celebrations. A conventional Hindu wedding ceremony mostly lasts for four to five days. The function is divided into three parts pre wedding ceremony, main day ceremony and post wedding ceremony.
Muslim culture has always held a character of uniqueness and traditionalism. Weddings in Muslim culture are held under a special Muslim Personal Law. The marriage in Muslims is contract based and the law strictly demands that none of the two people should be forced into a marriage. The wedding or Nikah, as it is called in the culture, thus takes place in presence of a Maulvi who reads verses from the Quran and asks for the proposal (from the side of groom) and acceptance (from the bride's side). This ceremony called Ijab-e-Qubul also involves the acceptance from the bride regarding the amount of dowry, which has been pre-decided. All this is done in front of two witnesses.
Sikh weddings take place during the day and it is joyous and festive event, which is family orientated however not so ceremonious or elaborate. Conventional Sikh wedding is known as Anand Karaj which means 'Blissful Union". We will arrange your wedding and try to fulfil your entire wish that you have dreamt all the time. We will arrange as per your choice at much lesser a price that you will have to incur in the west.
Garhwal is a beautiful region surrounded by stunning hills, picturesque vistas and scenic beauty on all sides. Furthermore, it is also well known for its superb wedding traditions as well as anti dowry approach. Today the time has been changed but some customs are still the identical in the region such as pre-arranged marriages are preferred, matching the horoscopes of the future bride and bridegroom, status of the family, rigid caste system etc.