What are the different types of rituals that take place at a Punjabi wedding?

Punjabi wedding or Sikh wedding is the best type of wedding that can be seen. This is a wedding which is the same as the Hindu wedding but some of the rituals are different. To find a bride or groom of any type people can take help of marriage bureaus or matrimonial sites such as divorce marriage matrimony, Sikh bride and groom matrimony, Hindu bride matrimony etc. this matrimony will help in finding the perfect life partners for future.

The rituals that are done in the Punjabi or Sikh wedding are mentioned below as follows:

Pre-wedding rituals of a Punjabi or Sikh wedding
1. Rokka:
1.           This is the first wedding ritual of a Punjabi or Sikh wedding. Rokka ritual is also known as pre-engagement.
2.           In this ritual, both the families announce the fixation of the engagement.
3.           This ceremony is the beginning ceremony and marks the relationship between the two families. Rokka is started with a small Puja which is known as Ardas in Punjab.
4.           This is how Rokka ceremony takes place.

2. Mangini or Sagai:
1.           It is also known as the engagement ceremony. This is the ceremony which is held at Gurudwara, halls, resorts etc.
2.           In this ritual, both the bride and groom exchange their rings to announce that soon they are going to be married.

3. Chunni Chadai or Shagun:
1.           This is a ritual in which the mother-in-law of the girl gives her gifts, blessings that are known as Shagun in Hindi.
2.           In this ritual, a red colored Chunni (Dupatta) is given to the bride to be.

4. Mehendi and sangeet:
1.           In today’s time, these are the rituals that are done together. In this part of wedding rituals, the bride and groom apply Mehendi on their hands.
2.           This ritual is done to show the love between the bride and groom. There is a lot of fun. People dance on DJ’s, sing songs.

Rituals that are held on the same day of the wedding
1. Jaggo:
1.           This is a ritual, in which all the family, friends and relatives of the bride gather and collect oil in the pot that is carried by them to their known house.
2.           In this ritual, the family, friends, and relatives say boliyan and therefore, this is the most enjoyable ritual of a Punjabi wedding.

2. Haldi or Vatna:
1.           In this ritual, both the bride and groom are applied haldi on their skin.
2.           This ritual is done because it is believed that haldi helps in making the face glow. After, this Anand Karaj takes place which is a short name for marriage.

Post-wedding rituals of a Sikh or Punjabi wedding
1.           This is a ritual, in which the bride is sent to her husband’s house. All the family members, friends and relatives cry, to show the love towards the bride.
2.           This a ceremony in which the bride is sent to her in-law's house in a well-decorated car.

1.           This is the last ritual, of the wedding. In this ritual, the bride and groom are given blessings by the people who can’t come to the wedding.
2.           All the family, members, friends and relatives of the groom are invited and some members of the bride family are also welcomed.

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