Wedding Garlands

Garland making materials

Flower: Sampangi
Flower: Thamarai
Flower: Rose
materials: Cloth of Gold Tissue
materials: Cloth of Red Tissue
materials: Artificial Jhumka (sung)
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Customized and dyed garlands

Customized rose flowers and carnations after dying with the preferred color to match the bridal costumes and Jewellery. This unique procedure is something new in the industry which is the trademark of flowers and fragrance. Could be created in match with the bridal sari. Garlands made from Dutch rose petals carnations, a lstramaria , pearls, gold beads, tissue ribbons, gold cloth, sequences. Jewellery studded garlands Jewellery studded garlands using pearls, and metals Garlands made of temple Jewellery. Uniquely knotted patterns Unique knotting pattern employed to give the texture and contour to the garlands. Clients could choose from the wide range of size and shapes. Each petal is handpicked and only best of the best are chosen for the garlands and in our products to make it a perfect one.

About Hindu Wedding Ceremony KASI YATRA

The groom wearing a new chappal holding an umbrella and a walking stick proceeds on his yatra to kasi. The father of the girl intercepts him offering his girl in marriage and bring him to Grahasth Ashramam.

EXCHANGE OF GARLANDS

The boy and the girl exchange garlands usually helped by their uncles lifting them bodily. The event adds festivity to the occasion.

THE SWING

The bride and the groom sit on the swing. Friends and relatives display their talent in classical music, providing festivity to the atmosphere. The swing signifies the ups and downs of life

YOKE ON THE GIRL’S HEAD

Sacred grass tied around a wooden yoke with the mangalyam is placed on the head of the girl. Holy water is sprinkled on it. This represents the two bullocks yoked together, to express symbolically that the long journey of marital life would progress well in harmony like two bullocks yoked together

MANGALYA- DHARANAM

The most precious moment in one’s life. The bride sits on her father’s lap. The groom ties the mangalya sutra around the bride’s neck with prayers for his well being and for her to live hundred years.

PANI GRAHANAM

The bride groom holds the brides right hand and recites the marriage vows in four mantras. He prays Agni the God of fire, Saraswathi the Goddess of knowledge and Vayu the Lord wind for blessings, long life and congruence of mind

SAPTAPADHI

The groom takes the right big toe of the bride in his right hand and walks her seven steps. At each step he seeks a blessing for the bride. The marriage gets completed. The manthras recited mean: “You have become my companion, whereby I acquire your friendship. We shall share remain together inseparable. Let us make a vow together, we shall share love, share the same food, share the strength. We shall be of the mind, we shall observe the vows together

NALUNGU

During Nalugu, the ladies sing songs poking fun at the bridegroom and the in-laws. These events bring out many qualities of the bride and the groom sporting spirit, kindness, strength, co-operative nature etc.