IN A MANGLIK MATRIMONY- THE PHERAS HAS IMPORTANT IMPORTANCE
Jul 23, 2021
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Category Arranged marriage
Indian Manglik Matrimonials is well-known for the traditional values that they instill in the couple and the pomp and circumstance surrounding the ceremony. The most important of the rituals performed over a period of several days is the wedding ceremony itself, which is referred to as the Pheras (wedding ceremony).
EACH PHERA REPRESENTS A DISTINCT ASPECT OF THE COUPLE'S LIFE – FROM MARRIAGE TO CHILDHOOD.
- In the first phera, the couple expresses their gratitude to the Gods and asks them to bless them with good food and a respectable life together. This stage of the ceremony also asserts that God is the only ultimate deity and that he is the only one who can bestow true blessings on them in the form of a healthy life. During this stage, the groom also promises that their love will grow stronger with each passing day as time passes.
- The second phera of the Manglik matrimony ceremony promotes the couple's commitment to stand by each other forever and to play the role of each other's strength and courage for the rest of their lives together. The bride promises to instill courage in her husband's heart and fill his ears with only pleasant words throughout their marriage.
- In the third phera, the groom promises that he will remain spiritually united with his wife and that he will regard all other women as his sisters only. He promises her that they will grow together and that their lives will be prosperous. The bride swears that her love and respect for her husband will never wane and that she will never leave him.
- In the fourth phera, the couple promises one another that they will provide all of the assistance and support they can talk to each other's parents and elders in their respective families. They make a promise to each other that they will be blessed with good fortune and sanctity throughout their lives.
- After that, they ask the almighty to bless them with kindness and pray for the happiness of each other's relatives, which is called phera.
- Phera 6 represents the promises made by the groom and bride to bring immense happiness into each other's lives by the end of their wedding ceremony. The wife promises to take part in all of her husband's noble deeds and do her best to fulfill her husband's devotional obligations.
- The seventh phera and the final phera, representing the ceremony's completion, are dedicated to God. All bless the couple with a long-lasting bond based on mutual understanding, companionship, and loyalty towards one another.
A young Indian bride and groom embark on a new life of happiness and bliss after making these simple yet profound promises to one another.