Organize the Perfect Monsoon Matrimonial

Matrimonial You are planning to tie the knot in a couple of month’s time, which gives you a chance to host the perfect monsoon wedding. The rains can offer one of the most romantic backdrops to a wedding, but at the same time, planning an elaborate even such as an Indian matrimonial during the rains comes with its own set of challenges. Here are a few things that you need to take care of to make sure you can have the ideal monsoon event on your big day –

1. Make sure that you book a wedding venue that is in the indoors. You don’t want the rains to hamper your wedding plans. An open area, terrace or lawn has their own set of risks unless you are able to source a really strong gazebo, tent or cover. At the same time you still don’t want your guests to be walking around in muck and puddles of rain water.

2. At the venue, make sure that you have a number of umbrellas handy in case there are guests who would like to go outdoors for a while in the middle of the wedding ceremony.

3. Even if your matrimonial ceremony is taking place in a closed area, you must make sure that your entrance and parking area is also well protected from the rains so that the guests don’t have to risk getting their expensive outfits wet in the rain. If possible arrange for escorts who will be able to transport your guests from the parking space to the wedding venue with great ease.

4. If you truly want to highlight the romantic nature of the monsoons, try to book a venue which provides the backdrop of a great view that is enhanced through the rains. Building the Mandap against this backdrop can truly set the mood and provide for an exquisite setting to be married in.

5. Remember to use fresh and real flowers for decoration because tissue or artificial flowers at the entrance, the cars of the bride and the groom, etc., may not be able to endure the monsoons.

Nothing is more romantic than making the matrimonial vows in the monsoons.

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Indian Matrimonial – A New Platform for Single Indians

Indian MatrimonialAs the world gets more and more influenced by the Internet, India is not far behind, in fact we are among the most tech savvy countries in the world. We all love to work on the internet as the mammoth of information we get from the web. Indian Matrimony being one important aspect for us Indians.

Earlier the marriage decisions were taken by the parents for their children with the help of relatives, newspapers ads, pundits and etc.

But in today’s time the internet is a place where people connect and view matrimonial sites in search of prospective match for grooms or brides. Indian matrimonial websites had taken on a mission for Indians and their families. Matrimonial websites serves the viewers with the best profiles around the world. All we need to do is register the profile on one or more wedding websites, which help in finding suitable matches. Users may choose on factors like age, caste, wealth, education, family details, astrological details, hobbies etc.

Matrimonial sites have gained credibility among the conservative families as earlier they did not consider their children to be a part of their groom or bride selection. Today with the internet being a tool even conservative families have accepted this medium in a big way to search for a match for their ward.

Matrimonial sites act as a platform where they can post the profile for their children and usually get a fast feedback which is good and suitable for their children and that too at a fast pace.

Due to this, Indian matrimonial sites the old fashioned parents are learning new ways that technology has brought with it and now they provide them with a platform to find a prospective match for their children. Indian Matrimonial provide huge amount of data in short period of time for any kind of profiles that one is looking for. All they have to do is post their data on matrimonial sites which offer both paid and free modes.

We do need to be careful as may fake profiles  are also posted on sites and we recommend that at the time of selection we need to be sure of the other party credentials as matrimonial sites serve as a tool to reaching holy matrimony bliss. On whole the matrimonial sites provide a good number of matches with whom one can connect for a long lasting relationship.

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Online Matrimonial – Fastest Growing Business

Online MatrimonialMarriages are made in heaven, but now we also have the internet.  Online Matrimonial provides the best services for individuals to find their life partners with similar interests and background.

Websites have huge numbers of databases of brides and grooms which enable prospects to search on internet and answer to their queries regarding a suitable match.

Online matrimonial Sites provide prospective brides and grooms to meet and communicate with each other. Offering a range of services like emailing, online chats, view details like profession, age, castes etc.

In Earlier days the choice was made by elders or parents only, but today the decision is made by the entire family, including the bride or groom. We are grateful to matrimonial websites as they make life easy and fast for us to choose a prospective life partner.

Online matrimonial also face many challenges like customer satisfaction and the accuracy of the databases they have on their sites. As we know many profiles on internet are fake and placed by people who have no interest in marriage, so we advice users to be careful before passing on personal details till they are sure of the other person. Due to this many matrimonial sites have to suffer and due to this many people do not prefer to be a part of matrimonial websites.

But still an average matrimonial website is growing with great speed and people are becoming a part of these websites to find a prospective groom or bride.

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Manglik Dosha – Not Necessarily a Reason to Worry

Every parent tends to get extremely worried when their child or a suitable match exhibits a horoscope with the Mars in the 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th and 12th houses. The belief that this condition can lead to some very unfavourable marital consequences is always the fear factor, which often leads to the rejection or delay of a marriage till they are sure that the effects of the Manglik Dosha have completely worn off.

Manglik DoshaWhile one cannot attest or contest the truth behind these beliefs, there have been cases where these astrological conditions have lead to undesired results. At the same time, most parents and even brides and grooms don’t realize that Vedic astrology has effectively also made a list of cases which are considered to be the exceptions to this rule. Let’s go through these, and maybe it will bring you solace-

1.      Just because there is a Manglik Dosha in your chart, does not mean you have to wait for years before you get married. If you are able to find a bride or a groom that have the same dosha’s, there is no issue with this couple getting married. For example, if both the girl and the boy have Mars in their 4th house, it is considered that their astrological charts match.

2.      In certain parts of India, the Kuja Dosham is given equal importance as the Mangal Dosh. While most other priests believe that if the horoscope is otherwise positive and strong and if the horoscope of the bride has a good amount of grace from Jupiter, there is nothing to worry about.

3.      Some ancient texts suggest that boys or girls with the zodiac signs Aries, Cancer, Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius and Pisces do not need to worry about the Kuja Dosha.

4.      Also, if the 7th house is Cancer, Sagittarius, or Pisces; no harm will be done to the either one of the couples as the dosh does not apply in such cases and in fact in considered friendly.

5.      Similarly, if the 7th house is in Taurus or Libra, it will facilitate a long-term and affectionate relationship with complete fidelity.

It is important you do not get carried away with any loose statements and don’t keep any blind faith. Complete understanding of your situation will ensure a loving and healthy marital life.

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Your Khatri Life Partner is Only a Couple of Clicks Away

Finding the perfect Khatri soul mate for yourself is just a matter of a few clicks now. With a number of community specific match-making websites cropping up on the internet, khatri matrimonial are very easy to conduct. Most of these websites allow brides and groom that are residing around the world to interact with boys and girls from within the community, so that they can get to know each other and choose a life partner for themselves.

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  1. With more and more community specific sites as well as customizable search options, it is easier for young men and women to get the freedom to make their own decision for life.
  2. These websites have proven to be a boon for parents as well who no longer need to depend on family references alone to find their children the perfect life partner. They can easily gain access to their children’s matrimonial profile and be involved in the process by browsing profiles and making recommendations to their children.
  3. Additionally, these websites offer some interesting and user-friendly interfaces which make it easy even for the not-so-tech-savvy people to create browse and interact with profiles.
  4. The websites are designed keeping in mind the needs and expectations of traditional khatri families and ensuring that there is no breach of traditional values and beliefs.

Khatri matrimonial have never this easy before. Whether your child is abroad or you are ardent or marrying them off into the same community you now have access to thousands profiles from which you can shortlist, interact and initiate conversations. With communities becoming smaller and the world becoming flatter, innovative services such as this one are sure act as a breath of fresh air for young brides, grooms and parents alike.

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Planning your Matrimonial Without Losing your Mind

MatrimonialThe chaos of organizing a wedding is unimaginable. Especially in an Indian matrimonial setting where there a million events to organize and a very large party needs to be hosted over a span of 3 to 5 days. Indian marriages are very elaborate and can organizing one can often become very stressful for the family members as well as the bride and groom. With the list of things to do never ending, it is important for one to keep their calm and do things to de-stress yourself every once in a while to make sure that the planning doesn’t overwhelm you too much.

1. Focus on the events:

Most Indian matrimonial events consist of a Mehendi, Sangeet, Wedding and Reception. In addition to this, there are a number of miscellaneous smaller events and rituals depending on the ethnicity of the bride and groom. Coordinating and planning these events can be really stressful especially when there are chances of difference in opinions, likings and budgets between families. As the bride and the groom, you need to be able to open doors to communication to such as extent that you are able to arrive at middle ground which is suitable to all the parties involved.

2. It’s About the Bride as well as the Groom:

Brides tend to make the entire wedding about themselves. Do remember that this is also a big day for your finance and make sure they get their due. It is understandable that the decor, your make-up and your outfit may not be your husband-to-be’s area of specialty, but try involving him in as many decisions as possible. Organizing this event is probably a pre-test to how you will manage your matrimonial life in the future. The more you are able to work together, the better.

Finally, remember that this day is never going to come back, so when you finally arrive on the D-Day, remember to cherish and enjoy every moment of it. There is no point in worrying about the flower arrangements and the music band any more. Make the most of the special moment you are sharing with your partner and look forward to a lifetime of happiness.

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Manglik Matrimony – Facing the Challenges

You are considering getting into Manglik Matrimony but are concerned about all the taboos that revolve around it. While most astrologers do not recommend that someone with a mangal dosha marries another who is not under the effect, the gravity of the negative factors in a manglik matrimony vary from case to case.

Manglik MatrimonyIf you are sure you have met the person you wish to spend the rest of your life with, here some of remedies that will help you face the challenges of manglik matrimony:

  1. It is recommended that the person under the effect chant the Hanuman Chalisa every day.
  2. It is also suggested that the person Chant the Gayatri mantra 108 times every day.
  3. If health permits, every three months, it is recommended that you donate blood on a Tuesday.
  4. They say that you can reduce or cure the effects of the mangal dosha if you donate red clothes to laborers working in an industry that deals with sharp iron products.
  5. It is suggested that you perform the mangal sadhana on a triangular yantra while chanting a prayer to the mangal.
  6. Start a fast on the first Tuesday on a new month in the period of a rising moon.
  7. If you marriage seems to be getting delayed a lot, perform the same fast and also feed ants with white flour on the same day. This is said to have a positive effect.
  8. Visit the hanuman temple on a Tuesday and offer sindoor (vermilion), sweets and also light a ghee lamp.
  9. Get your horoscope analyzed by an astrologer and wear a red coral on his or her recommendation.

You could follow all these remedies or some of them. Each one is believed to have a positive impact on your prospects of getting married. Also, it is strongly suggested that you take proper guidance from a qualified and trusted astrologer before you start any remedy or ritual.

The most important thing is not to lose hope and have faith that you have a happy marriage waiting to happen in the near future.

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