Indian Wedding Ceremony in Bali

Indian wedding in Bali is possible to be organized due to most of Balinese are Hindu and many indian lives in Bali as well

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The Indian wedding normally start with the bride groom depart for the wedding venue or called departure of Barator welcome the groom`s family at the wedding ceremony. The bride of mother welcomes the groom and applies the red kum kumto his forehead and arti is performed. Continued with Milini Ceremony ,it is a kind of welcome and introduction of family members through the exchange of gifts and garlands. Normally the wedding service is commenced with Jai Mala. Exchange of garlands between bride & groom to signify acceptance of love for each other and life together. The garlands symbolizes their unification as one soul in two bodies.

Ganesh Pooja

The wedding starts with invoking Lord Ganesh whose divine grace dispels all evils and promotes a successful and peaceful completion of the wedding ceremony.

Grah Shanti (Ganesh Pooja)

This is a prayer to the nine planets of our Solar system. Ancient vedic studies indicate that these celestial bodies have a influence on the destiny of every individual. The nine planets are asked to infuse courage, peace of mind, and inner strength for the bride and groom to help them through life.

Kanya Daan (Giving away of the bride)

The giving away of ones daughter. Kanya Daan is a very significant ritual performed by the father of the bride. The father pours out liberation of scared water symbolizing the giving away of his daughter to the bride groom. The groom recites vedic hymns to Kama, the god of love, for pure love and blessings.

As a condition for offering his daughter for marriage, the father of the bride request’s a promise from the groom for assisting the bride in realizing the three ends: Dharma, Artha, and Kama.

The groom makes the promise by repeating three times that he will not fail the bride in realizing Dharma, Artha and Kama

The parents of the bride place the right hand of the bride over the right hand of the groom and place their own left hands at the bottom and right hands at the top. The scriptures are read and the names of the parents and the forefathers are stated from both sides.

This ritual helps the groom to think that his wife is the most valuable gift given to him by god himself, and helps the bride to think that her husband is part of her journey to realizing god.

In a Hindu wedding the bride and groom marry each other and the priest only assist’s with the Mantra’s. He cannot declare them married as he has no authority invested in him to do so. The Agni (Fire) is the witness of the vows between the bridge and groom.

Gathabandhan (Tying the knot)

In this ritual the priest ties a know using the ends of clothing worn by the bride and groom. The knot signifies the scared wedlock

Mangal Fera

The bride and groom circle the Agni (witness) four times.The circle of the fire represent the four gols of life, Dharma (rightouness), Artha (prosperity) Karma (passion) Moskha (liberation through self realization).At the end of each circle the couple stop to touch their right foot on a stone in their path and pray that their mutual love will help them overcome obstacles in life.

The groom leads the bride in the first three rounds. The bride representing divine energy leads the fouth round. The last round represent the gift of the bride herself to her new family. At the end of the ceremony , the bride sits to the groom’s left where she has taken her place closest to his heart.

Mangal Sutra and Sindoor (Red Kum Kum Power)

The groom offers mangal sutra (a sacred necklace made of black beads) to his wife and places sindoor (red kum kum powder) on her forehead and in the parting of her hair. Both signify the mark of a married woman and the symbols of love , integrity and devotion towards her.

Saptapadi – Seven Steps

The Saptapadi is the most important part of the Vedic Hindu wedding.The bride and groom take seven steps around the Agni (witness) as they make seven vows to each other to establish a happy relationship


The bride and the groom take the first step of the seven vows to pledge that they would provide a prospered living for the household or the family that they would look after and avoid those that might hinder their healthy living.During the second step the bride and the groom promise that they would develop their physical, mental and spiritual powers in order to lead a lifestyle that would be healthy.During the third vow, the couple promises to earn a living and increase by righteous and proper means, so that their materialistic wealth increases manifold.While taking the fourth vow, the married couple pledges to acquire knowledge, happiness and harmony by mutual love, respect, understanding and faith.The fifth vow is taken to have expand their heredity by having children for whom, they will be responsible.

They also pray to be blessed with healthy, honest and brave children.While taking the sixth step around the sacred fire, the bride and the groom pray for self-control of the mind, body and soul and longevity of their marital relationship.When the bride and the groom take the seventh and the last vow, they promise that they would be true and loyal to each other and would remain companions and best of friends for the lifetime.If you planning to have an unforgettable moment of Royal Indian Wedding ceremony in Bali or just an intimate wedding package , please don’t be hesitate to contact us for best deal.

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