Post Wedding Ceremonies: – Marking the completion of the wedding is an emotional event for the bride’s family. The post-wedding ceremonies are focussed towards introducing the bride towards the grooms’ community. The elaborate affairs have come to an end and the part of the excitement is little low as their beloved daughter has to leave the hands of her parents and proceed to her husband’s house.
Vidaai marks the completion of marriage. Reception is a kind of post gets together to enjoy with the family. Seeking blessings from the ancestor marks the blessing ceremony. Dwar Rokai Ceremony is a fun ceremony hosted by the bride’s brother or sister to make sweet demands for gifts. Griha Pravesh Ceremony marks the entry of the new girl into the husband’s house. She is expected to push a jar of rice with her right toe. Mooh Dikhai ceremony is again a variant of welcome ceremony made by the ladies especially mother-in-law.
Mangal Phera Ceremony – The bride and the groom circle around the fire to represent dharma, artha, kama and moksha. In Saptapadi ceremony, the groom assists the bride to touch seven betel nuts with her right toe and they together recite the seven vows. Aeki Beki ceremony is a fun game where a pot of water is mixed with milk, sindoor, coins, and the ring. Whoever wins the ring the majority of times will supposedly run the household.