Nepal Traditional wedding tour The wedding customs of Hindu and Buddhist are most popular among marriage traditions and ceremonies of various ethnic groups and castes of Nepal. The majority of the population in Nepal is Hindu and Buddhist. Both of them deeply believe in traditional marriages as it is supposed to last a life time. It is an unshakable and traditional conviction that such marriages lead to much conjugal happiness and success. It emphasizes on mutual respect and discourages the practice of divorce.
Wedding rituals in Nepal attract many visitors. They even renew their marriage vows by marrying in the Nepali tradition. We can arrange such traditional marriage ceremonies following the rituals of Hindu and Buddhist religions as per the interest of the couple.
Traditional Hindu wedding ceremonies in Nepal are a major celebration which takes place only on certain months ,of the year i.e from mid January to mid-March, mid-April to mid-June and mid-November to mid-December. Highly regarded as a sacrament, Hindu marriages are solemnized in accordance with the VEDAS, the holy scriptures of the Hindu religion that date back several thousand years. The notable features of such weddings are, the ceremony is held in the open under a canopy known as mandap with a sacred fire in the center and the bride and bridegroom walk around it seven times. The ceremony is carried out by the priest. The groom's party is supposed to arrive at the wedding venue in a procession, so it's good to have a convenient assembly location nearby.
Astrologers decide on auspicious dates of the marriage on the basis of the position of the stars. The Nepali wedding ceremony is grand affair where the bride and bridegroom perform the Puja and take best wishes as well as blessing from relatives, friends and family members. The marriage venue is decorated by colorful paper flowers and twinkling lights. A Nepalese bride dresses in the bridal color of red and is bejeweled with gold and precious gems. Traditionally, the bride and groom are escorted to the marriage venue. In a village the couple reach the marriage venue on horses or baskets, while in a city marriage the couple arrive at the venue in a decorated car. Music is an essential part of marriages. The traditional music, Pachai Baja and folk songs still popular among people are played as the Nepali people believe that playing traditional music strengthens the nuptial knot and pleases God.