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  • Significance Of Colors In A Hindu Wedding
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Hindu Marriages |Last Updated: 2014-02-18

    Today the whole western world is mesmerised by Hindu weddings, right from Katy Perry/ Russell brand to Elizabeth Hurley/Arun Nayar many Hollywood celebrities have come all the way to India to get married according to the Hindu faith. So what is it about Hindu marriages that have managed to...

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  • Small Tricks to Surprise Your Husband
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Hindu Marriages |Last Updated: 2013-03-29

    Planning and implementing small surprises for your husband is a good way of keeping the romance alive. And it is also wonderful to know that the tricks do not cost much. Thus, they can be played now and then. Some of the ideas mentioned below can work wonders in pleasantly surprising your hu...

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  • Basics Of Hindu Marriage Law
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Hindu Marriages |Last Updated: 2012-09-12

    Adopted in India in 1955, the Hindu Marriage Law governs any marriage that takes place as per the law. While some people prefer religious marriages, others go for civil marriages for which the Special Marriage Act was formed in 1954. This write-up answers some basic questions that give an in...

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  • Rituals In Oriya Wedding
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Hindu Marriages |Last Updated: 2012-08-17

    An Oriya Wedding reflects the culture of the people of Orissa and takes place over several days. Though a few rituals in Oriya Weddings differ as per the caste for e.g. Brahmins conduct it during day time and others during evening or night time but most of the rituals are the same.

    The ritu...

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  • Significance of Kanyadaan in Hindu Rituals
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Hindu Marriages |Last Updated: 2010-11-09

    Kanyadaan is one of the most vital rituals in Hindu Culture, which is performed in conformity to Vedic scriptures. Gift of a girl', the literal meaning of Kanyadaan, signifies the custom in which a girl is gifted by a father to a groom. This ritual is carried out just before the Mangalphere...

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