The teachings of Swami Dayanand Saraswati that is based on the fundamental belief of eternal truths propounded in the ageless Vedas. It functions with the singular endeavour and that is to “Make This World Noble”- "Krinvanto Vishvam Aryam".
A Christian marriage is a public declaration of love and lifelong commitment, usually done in front of friends and family in a ceremony in church, in the eyes of God. It is a solemn declaration before God and witnesses of commitment to one another.
Gujarati weddings are celebrated with great pomp and splendor and are organised on a grand scale. The marriage ceremonies are re-known for the colorful clothing, beautiful dance, numerous scrumptious cuisines and grand ambience.
Hindi matrimony is a spiritual bond between the couple and their respective families. The ceremony itself encompasses sacred, traditional, Sanskrit rituals that are recited from holy scriptures which originated centuries ago and are observed with the same reverence today.
The wedding ceremonies are celebrated with great opulence. It enjoins a man and a woman entitling them husband and wife, a new couple, who are about to embark on a journey of a lifetime together.
Traditional Sikh Marriages are known as Anand Karaj which means 'Blissful Union". Sikh weddings usually take place during the day and they are joyous and festive events which is very family orientated.
For the tradition bound Tamil community marriage is an occasion for great extravagance, pomp and splendor. Tamil weddings are sacred religious ties between the families of the bride and bridegroom.
In the Telugu culture, marriage is interpreted as a sacred step in spiritual growth. The wife is considered to be the “ardhangini” (literally meaning 'half of the body'). She is considered the other half of her husband.