Kannada Pre Wedding Customs

Kannada Pre Wedding Customs

If you are wishing to take pleasure of Indian weddings, then your celebrations are not limited to just a day. Wedding rituals in the country start from one or two month before the D-Day and continue one or more week after the auspicious occasion. Same thing applies to Kannada wedding. The marriages in Karnataka are the magnificent concoction of simple and traditional values that highlight the true nature of the state. The making of new relationship between a girl and boy starts from pre-wedding customs. So, here are the pre-wedding customs that are performed in Kannada wedding. .

Fixing of the Alliance or Nischay Tamulam

During the Nischay Tamulam ceremony, both the families of bride and groom give their agreement for their marriage. After the confirmation, the gifts are exchanged between them in which the groom's family presents the bride with a sari, blouse piece, coconut and fruits. In reply, the family of bride gifts the groom a dhoti, fruits and coconut. All these rituals are being taken place in the presence of a priest who is chanting mantras.

Naandi Custom

After the Nischay Tamulam ceremony, Naandi custom is conducted for the groom and the bride, in their respective homes. The ceremony of Naandi custom is taken place to make sure that the wedding can conduct in smooth manner.

Kaashi Yatre Tradition

Kaashi Yatre Tradition is among the most interesting ceremonies conducted in Kannada wedding. In this ceremony, the groom acts to be very angry and force to leave for Kashi Yatra as no one is seeking a perfect bride for her. Subsequently, he announced for taking Brahmacharya and he will stop only when his maternal uncle offer him the hand of her daughter.

Dev Karya Ceremony

The ceremony of Dev Karya is conducted when the groom enters at the home of the bride. All the marriage's items are placed in front of the idol of Lord Ganesha in order to worship him. Soon after, turmeric paste is applied to the bride and groom for bring glow to their skin. All these activities are held at the respective homes of them.

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