A comprehensive, step by step Guide to a Parsi Wedding


Ses Sangarwani – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3SU
Rupiya Pehervani Reet — before engagement – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3T1
Engagement Ceremony – Adravanoo – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3Ta
Achoo Michoo Ceremony – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3Td
Sagan / Teeli ni Reet – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3U4
Madavsoro – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3U6
SUPRA NI REET – Ne – HALDI NI REET – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3U9
Divo Adarni – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3Uc
Preparations one day before the wedding – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3Um
ON THE WEDDING DAY ! – http://wp.me/p6TVE-3Uo
VAROVAR – http://wp.me/s6TVE-varovar

Thrity Tantra

Lagan ni Reet, Rituals


  • Dear Ms. Tantra,
    In 2014, when Late Vada Dasturji Saheb Dr. Peshotan Mirza lectured on nuptial rituals and ceremonies at the Karani Agiary Salgreh, he had elaborated the profound meaning and significance of the part of each ceremony. Eg, during the marriage ceremony itself, the rice throwing part is not about winning or losing. That’s just a funny part. This part occurs after the Dastoorji has joined bride and groom despite separation by twining thread around the chairs. The rice throwing part signifies fertility and prosperity together. Taru badhu maru, maru badhu taru, literally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Your write-ups will be more fetching if you describe the significance of each tradition, occasion and ceremony

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  • Just wanted to ask…During engagement or Adravanu ceremony, is it necessary for the groom to stand on the right hand side on the patla and the bride on the left?

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