Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati discovered the famous Arya Samaj in Bombay, India in 1875. It was founded with the sole aim of clearing Hindu Dharma from all ambiguities and returning to Vedic teachings. The Arya Samaj is based on the reasons for the eternal truth set out in the eternal Vedas. It works for the sole purpose and that is "Krinvanto Vishvam Aryam" - Making this world glorious. Arya Samaj has this unique quality when one of the religions is married in their rites. The ceremony before and after the wedding varies depending on the religion of the boy or girl. The actual wedding ceremony is simple with a series of prayers and Havana. The wedding was held under the Aryan Marriage Act XIX of 1937. Since the Arya Samaj did not believe in idol worship, no specific god was worshipped. The Vedas present Nirguna Brahman as a de facto deity. Only fire and other elements bear witness to the ceremony. The bride's sister puts her foot on an awl or grindstone. This is an exclusive ritual for Arya Samaj's marriage and is called "Shilarohan".
The marriage of Arya Samaj which was founded by Dayanand Saraswati in 1875 was led by a person known as Arya. Marriage is based on the Vedic concept, which is considered the poetry of immortality in the Meta language. Arya Samaj marriages are carried out by Aryans who are considered to be people who work for the betterment of society on the basis of truth. Legal Air helped you always for any doubt.. Any Hindu (Sikh, Jain, and Buddhist) couple can get married, according to the Arya Samaj Foundation. Arya Samaj's wedding is based on the concept that the amount of money spent on the wedding can be used for other better purposes, uplifting society. For more details, WhatsApp/Call us at +91-7827655584 (Legalair, Legal Consultant, Free advisor) Or Contact us form: Request for Call back
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