Lagna Inner pages

Akhiyanu (Gift for Brahmin)

Janmakshar (Match Making)

Vaat Cheet (Pre-conditions)

Ganesh Pooja

Official Parental Agreement

Groom/Bride’s Acceptance

Gifts & Savories

Non-Ceremonial Customs

Writing of Kankotri

Distrtibution of Kankotri

Paintings Hands & Legs

Kul Devi Invite

Mosaloo/Mameroo

Mandap Ropan

Ookardi Notarvani

Havan

Meedhar

Varadh

Jaan

Gifts & Refreshments

Bride’s Sisters Receive Groom

Invite (Peace Offering)

Warn Groom

Sampoot

Best Man seated

Ganpati Invite

Feed Madhupark

Maternal Uncle Invited

Antarpat (Curtain)

Introduction of Bride

Introduction of Groom

Removal of Antarpat

Uncle leading Bride to Alter

Bride’s Feet Washed

Hasta Melap

Var Mala

Gifts to Bride & Groom

Parents Depart from Alter

Havan (Sacrificial Fire)

1st Fera

2nd Fera

3rd Fera

Cheda Bandhan

4th Fera

Brother Intervenes

Bride & Groom rush to sit down

Kansar

1st Step

2nd Step

3rd Step

4th Step

5th Step

6th Step

7th Step

Alternative Sapta Padi

Kumkum (Vermillion)

Mangal Sutra

Thanking Audience

Akhand Saubhagyavati

Photography

Dinner

Untying of Meedhar

Finding the Ring

Mandap Appreciation

Bride & Groom Leaving

Mandap

Brother’s Last Gift

Bride’s Parent’s Last Good Bye

Cracking Coconut

Driver’s Appreciation

Thappa

Tea & Bisuits

What’s That?

What’s Next?

Sagai

Kankotri

Mehdi

Vidhi

Pithi

Lagna/Vivah

Grah Shanti

Var Ughlavo

Aagman

VarPonkhva Ni Pooja

Groom Led to Mandap

Washing Groom’s Feet

Bride’s Arrival

Kanyadaan

Fera

SaptaPadi

KodiKodia

Vidaay

Vehicle Blessed

Bride’s Parent’s Invite

Poornahooti

Step by Step

Additional Information

Each Step Explained

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