Indian Wedding is considered to be a full packet of sacraments and celebrations. It creates and builds up a sacred and spiritual viewpoint in the life of the bride and the bridegroom. It develops the personality of man and woman, creating a respectful and rightful place for them in the society. The traditional Indian wedding also brings about two families together.
The Hindu Vedas provide some rituals which solemnises the Indian weddings. In Hindu Dharma, the marriage fosters love and respect for the entire family and not self-interest.
The bride and the bridegroom take 7 oaths towards each other, known as ‘Mangal Feras’, for self-restraint, to work together for each other and for the welfare of their family. Both, the man and the woman promise each other to live a respectful and happy life.
Shiv Parivar Puja is done by worshipping Lord Shiva, Maa Parvati, Lord Kartikeya and Lord Ganesha. Shiv Parivar Puja is doen for overall wellbeing and prosperity of the married couple.
Shiv Parivar consists of Lord Shiva, Maa Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Lord Kartikeya and Lord Shiva’s vehicle Nandi bull. As per Vedic texts, a total and complete Puja of Lord Shiva is done only when the complete Shiva family is included in the Puja.
The Shiva Parivar is a symbol of harmony and prosperity. Shiva is the Supreme God; one of His names is Mahadev meaning God of Gods. The Shiva Parivar in itself encompasses the entire universe and the essence of the entire universe.It provides overall prosperity and is especially beneficial for harmony in house and relationships.