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Made for Each Other
Duration :- 12 Days Tour
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Matrimony Paper
It is generally said that marriages are made in Heaven. True, but has any one thought over the reason why most of the marriages in the western countries, in Europe and America do not last longer and the rate of divorce cases is very high? Why the marriages performed in India according to Hindu Religion last longer and the couples are separated only by death of one of the partners? What is the reason even after the death of one partner the other partner does not marry again. Is it love only for each other or some thing else? We do not say that there are no divorces in India or people do not re-marry. The percentage of such cases is hardly five percent.

After studying a number of cases where the couples in India have gone for divorce or for mutual separation and even in cases where one of the partners died of an untimely death because of an accident, we found the reason was that the couple was not married according to Hindu Religion and also not on an auspicious day and time and no matching study of the Kundl or Janam Patri of the couple was made. A Kundli or Janam Patri is a detailed chart of a person which is made by a learned astrologer keeping in view the position of the heavenly stars at the time of Birth. In India when ever the parents find that there is some problem with their son or daughter, be it the problem of education or career or marriage, people go to the Astrologer with the Kundli or Janam Patri for the solution of their problems. Thus Kundli or Janam Patri forms the very basis of one’s life in India.

In nutshell, if one wants to be successful in life and to lead a successful married life, one must have Kundli or Janam Patri andsame must be shown to a learned astrologer before getting married. The couple should get married only if the astrologer approves and that too on the date and time given by the astrologer, because after studying every aspect only then the astrologer comes out with an auspicious date and time.

Now when the date and time of marriage is fixed, should the pair get married at any place and as per any religion? Our reply is No, No, No. Why NO ? Because for a long lasting marriage the marriage must be performed according to Hindu Religion.

We are sure that some of the readers will get disappointed because they don’t have any Kundli or Janam Patri. Our advice to all such friends is not to get disheartened and simply send us the following details to us and we shall have a Kundli or Janam Patri made from our more than 50 years experienced astrologer and sent to you in a week’s time and that too at a very nominal cost of just USD 35 each inclusive of courier charges. Those desirous of getting a Kundli or Janam Patri made should send us the follwing details :

1. Name
2. FPre Bride Groomather’s name
3. Mother’s name
4. Date of Birth in yy mm dd format
5. Place of Birth - city with country name
6. Time of Birth as accurate as possible in Hours, Minutes and seconds
7. Complete Postal Address
8. Telephone/ Fax number
9. e.mail address

Further our friends who want to get married according to Hindu religion and need our assistance should send us the above details for both boy and girl. We shall advise the auspicious time and date for their marriage and make all the required arrangements before and after marriage from A to Z. Our friends will have to simply come to India and get married. After the marriage a certificate of marriage will also be issued by the priest performing the marriage and if the legal rules of the country of your domicile so require a court marriage can also be arranged but only after the marriage as per Hindu Religion.

For getting married in India in Indian style the bride and bridegroom must arrive India at least 4 days before the marriage as there are a number of auspicious rituals to be performed before the marriage and also minimum one week after the marriage is required for Honeymoon

Nowhere else is a marriage as likely to be more romantic or majestic. It is an occasion when the bride and groom truly thinVarmala at Marriagek themselves royal . Normally the wedding takes place the bride’s house to which the bridegroom comes accompanied with a large barat or procession. The groom rides to the bride’s house astride a white mare and the regalia of a prince, complete with sword. The bride waits for the bridegroom in bridal makeup attired in a red dress normally a saree ( about 6 yards in length) or wearing a very heavily embroidered Lehanga ( some thing resembling a skirt) and top. On arrival of the bridegroom, he is welcomed by the father, brothers and other relatives of the bride. Thereafter the ceremonies began with the Garlanding of the bridegroom first by the bride and later the bridegroom garlands the bride. Then a lavish dinner is served and the bride’s family is responsible for the hospitality. After the dinner the real marriage ceremony begins which normally lasts for at least 1 hour. In this ceremony a learned priest performs the ceremony by speaking holy phrases in Sanskrit language and the bride and bridegroom have to take seven rounds of the holy fire which is lit especially for this purpose. After this the bridegroom applies vermallion powder at the forehead of the bride and also presents the bride with a Gold Necklace studded with black beeds. This Necklace is called Mangalsutra which the bride never takes off & it is a sign that the girl is married. Thereafter the couple is officially declared married and the girl leaves for the boy’s place in a car decorated with flowers.

We give below a suggested itinerary for a marriage as per Hindu Religion.

Day 01 Arrive Delhi –
This day both bride and bride groom arrive Delhi and are transferred to different Hotels. The hotel where Bride stays shall be called bride’s place and the hotel where bridegroom stays shall be called bridVarmala at Marriageegroom’s place.

Day 02 Delhi –
Ring Ceremony - Today both boy and girl during the day are taken to local market to buy formal bridal clothes as well as the clothes for the boy. Since for each function they both are required to wear clothes to fit the occasion. Also two rings have to be purchased – one for the boy and the other for the girl, boy purchases the ring for the girl and boy for the girl. In the evening main ceremony is held at girl’s place where the priest chants holy mantras in Sanskrit and the boy and girl exchange rings. After the rings are exchanged there is a formal dinner or tea with heavy snacks depending upon the time. All these ceremonies shall take place at an auspicious time. There after only the boy and girl will be formally declared as engaged. The festivities shall go on till late night as all the friends and relatives go in for dance at the dance floor which will be specially erected for this purpose.

Day 03 Delhi –
Mehndi ki Raat or night of the Henna – on this day during the day at any time usually in the afternoon, boy’s parents, sisters and sister –in- laws (Brother’s wife) etc. come to the girls place and apply Henna on the palms and hands of girl. Now a days people hire professional Henna appliers for this purpose. In the evening similarly girls relatives will go to the boy’s place and apply little bit of Henna on boy’s palm. Thereafter there will be musical Varmala at Marriageprogramme at both the places in which Ladies shall sing and dance and this program is called Ladies Sangeet. At the boy’s place the boy throws a Stag party to his friends in which only males are invited.

Day 04 Delhi –
Marriage Day – On this day the girl has to get up early in the morning and the ladies of the house shall first apply Turmeric powder mixed with Sandal wood powder on the whole body of the girl and after that she has to take bath. Thereafter at the auspicious time the priest will come and among chanting of Mantras the maternal uncle of the girl will put red bangles made of bones in the hands of the girl and this ceremony is called Chuda ceremony. After Lunch the girl shall go to a beauty parlour where she will get herself ready for marriage with bridal make up. In the evening the bridegroom will come on the back of a white mare attired as a prince. The bridegroom’s procession shall be preceded by a professional Band and friends and relatives of the bridegroom shall reach bride’s place dancing on the tunes of the Band. At the Bride’s place the bridegroom’s party will be given a traditional Indian welcome and served with a lavish dinner. After the dinner both the bride and the bridegroom shall sit near the holy fire along with the priest, who will perform marriage as per the Hindu Religion. This ceremony normally takes about 2 hours depending upon the auspicious time for the marriage. After the marriage the girl shall go to the Boy’s place in a car decorated with flowers, which shall be again preceded by a Band. The girl must leave her place before the sun rise.

Day 05 Delhi –
Suhaag Raat or First Night – During the Day both Husband and wife shall visit girls place for lunch and and come back to boy’s place. They both shall pass the night together in a suite room at the Hotel with the bed room decorated with fresh flowers to fit the occasion.
Groom with Umbrella
Day 06 to Day 10 - Honeymoon –

The couple shall proceed for their Honeymoon either to Lake Palace Hotel, Udaipur or Goa or to any other place of their liking. During this period at the Hotels of their choice they will be offered a Bottle of Champagne and wines of their choice at the Hotel at dinner time daily. Also they will be provided with a Chauffer driven luxury car during the entire duration.

Day 11

Arrive Delhi and Check in to Hotel. - On this day you shall enjoy dinner with the family members of Bestway Tours and presented with an album and a video CD of all the ceremonies of your marriage.

Day 12
Depart for Home town with sweet Memories .



































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India by Rail : Palace on Wheels || Royal Rajasthan on Wheels || The Indian Maharaja || The Golden Chariot || Splendours of The South

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Special Interest Tours : Made for Each Other || The Culinary Art of India || The Best of Tandoori Delights || Dances of India || Project Tiger

Pushkar Mela : Jewels of India & Nepal with Pushkar

Spiritual Tours : Sai Baba of Puttaparthy || Sai Baba of Shirdi || Sri Aurbindo Ashram || The Great Temple Tour || Buddha Tour

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North East India Tour : Best of Arunachal Pradesh || Enchanting Nagaland

Trekking in Himalayas : Gangtey Gagona Trek || Bhumtang Cultural Trek || Sources of Ganges Trek || Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary || Delhi - Delhi Tour || Everest Area || Annapurana Sanctuary || Manang Muktinath Jomsom

Asian Panorama : The Trails of Moghuls || Fascinating Myanmar || Highlights Vietnam || Tour to Mauritius || Tour to Thailand, Laos, Vietnam & Cambodia || Overland Singapore || Splendors of China

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