How The Relationship With In-Laws Affects The Marriage?

In India, after marriage, the girl must move in with her in-laws. This has been the custom for ages. I have heard my mother saying that when she got married and came to stay with my father and his mother she was scared that whether she would be accepted or not.She had also seen a lot of fights between her mother and her grandmother all her childhood and had also heard that this is a very normal scenario of any household where the daughter in law and her mother in law lives together.Read More

Roka Ceremony In Hindu Weddings – An Important Pre Wedding Ritual

As the wedding season is nearing and I have started getting invites to various wedding ceremonies. There is no doubt that wedding ceremonies in India are very vibrant and fun-filled. But something that always made me go gaga is the wedding rituals and what’s that thing that makes it so special. However hard I tried I could never grasp the specialty of these rituals. Read More

Famous Celebrities Marriage That Made Everyone Go Gaga

When we talk about Bollywood and Bollywood celebrities, the only thing that we talk about are some gossips that we get to know with the help of the media. From affairs to marriages to baby bumps the media covers it all. A celebrity can never escape the shutterbugs and the media glares. Be it a late-night party or airport scenes media is everywhere for them.Read More

Amazing Scientific Reasons Behind These 6 Popular Indian Wedding Traditions

In India, there are various rituals that we follow during a wedding. Be it any cast, region or culture each wedding in India has their own set of rituals and these traditions are fun-filled but still we sometimes hear that they have no significance or any scientific reason behind it and they are just a part of our tradition which we have been following for ages. Read More

Bhai Dooj And Its Significance – Why We Celebrate Bhaiya Dooj

Bhai dooj a day I always wait for. You might ask why, well it is the only day when my brother gets me a gift. I have a kid brother who never leaves a chance to spend my money to fulfill his wishes after all he is the younger one and has a right. But it is this day when he spends his pocket money to buy me something. The reason might be because on this day the brother promises to safeguard his sister. Read More

Why First Diwali After Marriage Is Always Special?

Your first year of marriage happens to be a celebration itself. Everything is very special and the excitement is always high. But when it is about festivals after marriage well, they have a very different level of excitement altogether. You feel all jittery as you are the newlyweds and there are a lot of expectation from you. Well, let me tell you an incident so that you understand exactly what happens. Read More

Spiritual Significance Of Dhanteras – The First Day Of Diwali Celebrations

Dhanteras is known to be the festival of wealth. It also has other names like Dhantrayodashi or Dhanwantari Triodasi. The name Dhanteras is formed by the culmination of the two words that is Dhan and teras. “Dhan” means wealth and “teras” means that this festival is observed on the thirteenth day of Krishna paksh of the Kartik month that is between October-November.Read More

Significance Of Tilak Ceremony – Groom Acceptance Ritual In Hindu Wedding

Weddings, especially Indians, as we know is all about colours, glitters, dance, gossips, singing, heavy traditional preparations and not to forget, rituals! In Hindu tradition, rituals differ a bit from other religions. Here we are going to address an important wedding ritual called tilak ceremony which is basically a groom acceptance ritual.Read More

Pre Wedding Rituals In Agarwal Community – A Glimpse Into Agarwal Weddings

Weddings are the celebrations that bring everyone together. The wave of love and nostalgia is all over the place. I personally love this concept because the excitement and the rush just make everything so fascinating. Here we are going to talk about the pre wedding rituals in Agarwal community.Read More

Wedding Reception – The Bride Introduction Ceremony In Indian Wedding

Wedding in India is one of the most extravagant affairs that is marked by great pomp and gaiety. There is a riot of rituals and customs that are observed in any Indian wedding ceremony. These customs are not only practiced on the day of the wedding, but they extend beyond that and continues even after the wedding day. Indian wedding rituals start 2-3 days before the wedding and end 2-3 days after the wedding day. Read More