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Roka Ceramony

The Roka ceremony where the boy and girl give their commitment to get married to each other is performed at the house of the bride-to-be. So the family and relatives of the prospective groom must go to her house for the ceremony. The ceremony consists of a simple puja that is conducted by a purohit, followed by an exchange of gifts between the two families. After this ceremony they are free to court each other.
 
Roka ceremony is probably the very first function in an Indian wedding, the bride , the groom and their families commit to a life-long relationship. A small function takes place at the would-be bride’s place to mark this occasion. The boy and the girl, in the presence of close family, relatives and friends commit to spend their life together as man and wife. The ceremony takes place at the house of the wife-to-be, a puja is carried out followed by exchange of gifts. According to Indian wedding customs, the boy and the girl are allowed to date each other, this occasion marks the beginning of their courtship.
 
These days, however, even a relatively small function such as roka ceremony isn’t organized in a home, rather, once the pandit does the astrological matchmaking, a venue is rented to celebrate this occasion. However, it mostly depends upon how much the families want to spend, their preferences, do they want this function to be a simple one or they want to celebrate it in a grand manner.
 
Roka ceremony is a significant event that’s symbolical acceptance of courtship followed by a married life. It is, however, mostly popular in Punjabi traditions but owing to marriages shown on TV and other media this tradition is Most people want their Roka ceremony to be as grand as any other function in their wedding. The families bestow each other with expensive gifts along with fruits, sweets and other eatables that symbolize opulence. And the future husband and wife receive a lot of blessings. The bride and groom wear designer outfits to look their best. Once all the rituals are accomplished, people dance usually to the tunes of a professional DJ and enjoy the feast.
 
Whether a simple or a grand one, a wedding planner can play a significant role in making things easier and less expensive.
 
 
 
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