The true objective of a marriage is that two jīvās (Embodied souls) seek the blessings of God to lead a compatible and happy married life. Hindu Dharma has advised sanskārs (Vēdic rituals to create subconscious impressions) to be performed during the sixteen principal events of life, so as to move closer to God. The most important of them is the Marriage sanskār. It is essential to perform the ritual of marriage strictly as per the scriptures. A misconception prevalent in the society is that a ‘good marriage’ is one which comprises expensive invitation cards, expensive clothes, fireworks, blaring music, banquets, etc. In all this, performing the religious rituals of marriage as per the underlying science as mentioned in the scriptures, is totally neglected. This booklet explains the science underlying the marriage rituals and how to conduct an ideal marriage ritual.
Marriage Sanskar (Booklet)
This booklet not only explains the science underlying the marriage rituals but also points out the malpractices taking place during marriages today and thus helps us to understand how to conduct an ideal marriage ritual.