Indian marriages are symbolized by a whole host of rites and rituals, traditions, pomp and festivity and hundreds of small customs passed down from generation to generation. Be it a Bengali wedding, a Muslim nikaah, a Sikh shadi, a Tamil marriage or a Gujrati garba, they all have one thing in common – the existence of family rituals. iMarriages brings to you a quick peek into the world of Indian weddings, vivaahs, free Tamil marriages, nikaahs, lagans, lagnas, shubh vivahs in all their glory.
Tamilians are an ethnic and native group of Tamil Nadu and the north-eastern region of Sri Lanka. Besides that, emigrant Tamil communities are found across the world. Tamils are largely Hindus with sizeable Christian and Muslim populations.
Tamil is the first Indian language to be given a classical status. Amongst other Dravidian languages, it has the oldest extant literature. The art and architecture of the Tamil people encompass some of the remarkable contributions from India to the art world.
When you have chance to attend a Tamil wedding event, you’ll feel like you’re stepping into a royal ceremony. Tamil weddings are filled with use of gold, red complexion and followed in small details.
With a participants list of over 250 guests, you can see a large family gathering at Tamil weddings. During the ceremony, the parents of the bride and groom are considered / likely important as the couple.
Tamil weddings are long processes. When the bride and groom walk is done, the priest performs a Ganesha pooja (a religious ritual), followed by married women who know the bride and groom. The priest and then parents of couple bless the couple, along with a thali and then give the saree the bride changes into.
As after sharing thali the wedding ends and all participants eat vegetarian food only, then bride come again to the event hall after wearing new saree which was given by parents. At this stage, the groom ties the thali around his bride’s neck, to confirm the official marriage. Then couple walks around a holy fire three times, and are blessed by their parents and participants.
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