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Indian weddings are admirable for a wide range of reasons. The families involved totally commit to overseeing the event to a success. Lavish gifts are exchanged, perhaps as a way of reinforcing those binding ties. Despite modernity’s best efforts, most of the attributes of these weddings has not been lost. There is still that spirit of tradition that lingers, regardless of the kind of backdrop that the wedding is occurring.
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This is not to say that these ceremonies have shunned modernity completely- on the contrary. Brides are now embracing the idea of getting the best from both worlds. All due process is followed when it comes to formalising the ties. And finally, when the big day to say those vows comes, the ceremony is made following some customary guidelines- but with a modern touch.
There are couples that choose to travel to their motherland for the main ceremony. Indeed, there is no greater way of adhering to your customs than going to the very place they were born. Then there are those that choose to stay within their new found homes. In England, with a thriving Indian population, there’s a fair share of weddings that occur. These combine the best of Indian tradition, and modern English practices.
The regalia, the decorations, and the themes of these weddings reflect a people conversant with their culture. But the venues, the guest lists, the décor and the choice of transportation paint a picture of a people accepting of modernity.
Contemporary Indian Weddings and Luxury Cars
It's not unusual to hire luxury cars for an Indian Wedding. It's a practice that has been witnessed across the land. Wedding couples want to experience all the magic and wonder what their special day has to offer, and this means getting the best money has to offer- tradition notwithstanding. As far as transportation goes, there is no more excessive way to go about it than with a luxury car provider.
A Rolls Royce Phantom is the ideal example that comes to mind. A car built to typify luxury, this wondrous creation is available from our wedding car provider fleet based in Coventry, and is ideal for any Indian couple. The firm takes it upon itself to prep the vehicle according to stated desires, to ascertain that it is a perfect fit for your occasion. All other sumptuous choices, such as the Mercedes S Class, the Chrysler 300's, Lincoln Limousines and the Bentley Arnage are also very compelling, and can easily add colour to the event.
Hiring a Limo for Indian Wedding Ceremony
Hiring a limo is itself a continuation of the Indian tradition of splurging on weddings. These events are not known to be thrifty, so breaking the bank to have an occasion befitting of royalty is simply the way it is done.
Coventry Limo enables the booking of more than one wedding car, and for extended occasions, if so desired. Packages are crafted based on the needs of the clients. So worry not if you have really specific desires for your limo because they will all be met.
Also, remember to book early in advance. It creates just enough time to ready the limo suitably just for you.
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Coventry Limo offers several kinds of Asian Wedding Celebration car rental vehicles. The Rolls Royce Phantom or the Bentley tend to be the preferred Asian wedding car rental choices.
With the average Indian Wedding costing over £ 40,000, Asian weddings today have grown in importance, it should be perfect in every way, including, of course, your Wedding day transport, with this in mind we offer the best money to buy vehicles.
Chauffeur Cars Hires for Sikh weddings
UK marriage laws allow temples to be registered according to the rites of the Sikh religion for the solemnisation of marriages. Those which apply to civil marriages are the legal requirements to be fulfilled.
However, you need to prove to the superintendent registrar that the building is your normal place of worship if the building in which you wish to marry is in a different registration district to where you live. If you are unable to do this, you will be required to give notice after fulfilling the necessary residency requirements in the registration district in which the building is situated.
You will be permitted to marry in a building in the nearest registration district that has one if there is no building in the registration district in which you live.
A Registrar Superintendent may also need to attend the ceremony. If the building in which you intend to marry is not registered for a marriage ceremony, you must arrange a civil ceremony in advance in order to comply with the requirements of the legislation.
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Traditionally, Sikh weddings are arranged marriages in which both families help choose the marriage partner for their offspring. Before marriage is considered, both of their individual agreements are sought.
An engagement (called the Kurmai) is not considered necessary but is usually performed a week before the wedding if desired and is usually carried out at the temple or at the home of the groom.
If the ceremony is held at home, the family of the bride visits the groom's house and he is usually presented with a Kara (bracelet), kirpan (sword) or Indian sweets in both cases. A dress and sweets are presented to the bride's family as gifts for their daughter.
In order to prepare the bride before her wedding, different Sikh families have different customs. For the days leading up to the wedding day, some families have five of the bride's close relatives to stay with the bride. They comb a mixture of henna, oil and water through the hair of the bride, and with henna designs paint her hands and legs. A party of the groom and his relatives, known as the Baraat, are greeted, given food and entertained on the day before the wedding. The party either stays ready for the early morning service at the bride's home or travels directly to the place of the wedding.
The ceremony of the Sikh Wedding
The Sikh wedding ceremony, which was introduced by Guru Amar Das ji, is called The Anana Karaj, meaning "Blissful Union" or "Joyful Union."
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The groom is seated first during the ceremony. The bride is guided by her mother to her seat and is seated to the left of the groom. The couple are sitting in front of the Granthi, the officer who reads from the sacred book. At the marriage ceremony, any good Sikh, male or female, may officiate. The couple and their parents are standing and bowing to Sri Guru Granth Sahib to demonstrate their marriage consent.
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Hindu Marriage Ceremony
The Universal Marriage, named after the Vedas, is known as the Vedic Marriage (holy book). However, with their distinct traditions, there are regional variations.
The groom arrives with his wedding party (baarat) and the bride and her family receive it (milni). After their mother has already done so (aarati), some brides salute their groom by garlanding him (jayamala) and he may choose to reciprocate.
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The Islamic religion recommends that before marriage is considered, a couple get to know each other, but they are not allowed to be alone in a confined area or go out together unchaperoned. Usually, parents arrange marriages by recommendation, but the couple must both agree to the union.
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