What is Auspicious about It?
According to Hindu rituals and tradition, the color yellow is considered auspicious. The bright, sunny color is said to be auspicious for the couple, who are about to embark on a new life.
Haldi signifies good luck in marriage
Positivity: The Haldi ceremony is believed to bring positivity to the brides and groom's bodies and minds.
Glow: It makes the bride and groom glow and be refreshed for their wedding day.
Prosperity: Red and Yellow have celebrated wedding colors in India. The bride and groom, their friends and family, dress up in yellow costumes to wish the couple peace, prosperity, and happiness.
The yellow color adds a touch of charm and vibrancy to the entire event.
About the Ritual: The Process
The Haldi Ceremony is performed by both the bride's and groom's families, usually a day before the wedding.
The paste is applied to the bride and groom's body, including the face, neck, hands, and feet, during the morning ritual.
Everyone waits their turn to anoint the bride or groom with Haldi paste. Slowly and steadily, the ceremony becomes playful, and everyone begins to apply it to one another.
Following the ceremony, the bride and groom take a ritual bath.
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