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Can any body tell me why grooms lead first four pheras and then bride leads the last three one.
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Very nice vow pheras. They made me go bacu to my drawing board to work on my marriage vows of two years, am grateful to you.
Name: fromindiaraisedinusa
Country: U.S.A.
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While I think the seven pheras are nice, I feel that it is all one sided....benefitting only the groom. It sounds like the bride is suppose to give in and make sure that she makes the husband happy. I believe in equality and equal relationship. I am all for being each other's love, support,trust, best friend, etc. However, I think in today's day and age, the household responsibliities has to be shared.
Name: avi
Country: India
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i just got married in dec 2007, i really agree that the meaning of 7 pheras is relevant to our lives and should be understood and exhibited by us in our married lives too, then only it serves the purpose
Name: Alex
Country: U.S.A.
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I am amazed at the insight Indians had about relationships ages ago..Its nice to know that 'saat phere' is a vow taken by both..the husband and wife. All along it talks about being together and doing things together.And above all it emphasises that a couple needs to be best friends all along.
Name: Neha
Country: India
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hey, am getting married on the 21st of november, 2007. really wanted to learn the true meaning before i take my holy steps in the spitirual pheras. very helpful.
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Name: Vishal
Country: India
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Saptapadi - Wedding Vows of a Hindu Marriage The Seven Circumambulations Together around the holy fire (Agni) The bride and groom walk seven Circumambulations together to signify the beginning of their journey through life together. A pink cloth is draped over the bride shoulders and tied to the groom shoulder cloth. Then the couple walk seven circumambulations together around the holy fire (Agni). Fire or Agni is considered sacred and vows taken in front of Agni are considered to be unbreakable - with Agnideva (God of fire) as the witness as well as to seek his blessings. Each circumambulation represents a marital vow: First Circumambulation: Let us take this first Circumambulation vowing to keep a pure household; avoiding things injurious to our health. Second Circumambulation: Let us take this second Circumambulation vowing to develop mental, physical, and spiritual powers. Third Circumambulation: Let us take this third Circumambulation with the aim of increasing our wealth by righteous means. Fourth Circumambulation: Let us take this fourth Circumambulation to acquire knowledge, happiness, and harmony by mutual love and trust. Fifth Circumambulation: Let us take this fifth Circumambulation to pray for virtuous, intelligent, and courageous children. Sixth Circumambulation: Let us take this sixth Circumambulation for longevity. Seventh Circumambulation: Let us take this seventh Circumambulation to vow that we will always remain true companions and life-long friends. Having exchanged these vows of love, duty, respect, fidelity and a fruitful union the couple agree to be companions forever. The process of saat phere acquires more significance in that the couple prays for the peace and well being of the entire universe. After each saying a mantra at each of the seven steps, the couple say these words together: ""Now let us make a vow together. We shall share love, share the same food, share our strengths, share the same tastes. We shall be of one mind, we shall observe the vows together. I shall be the Samaveda, you the Rigveda, I shall be the Upper World, you the Earth; I shall be the Sukhilam, you the Holder - together we shall live and beget children, and other riches; come thou, O sweet-worded girl!"
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What is the purpose of married life.A married life can be successful or unsuccess. Comment
Name: Kris
Country: usa
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Thank you for the article. The Pheras are beautiful. I am going to use it as a part of my vows during my Catholic ceremony. Thanks once again
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Country: united kingdom
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go to http://www.indiaparenting.com/articles/data/art41_001.shtml and you'll find out - hope that helps :)
Name: TULSI
Country: mauritius
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CAN SOMEONE MAIL ME THE MEANING OF THE 7 PHERAS AND VOWS IN INDIAN MARRIAGES
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Country: australia
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Name: RAJESH
Country: india
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I LIKE TO BE AN INDIAN BECAUSE OUR WAY OF MARRIAGE, BASICALLY THE PHERAS PART S THE BEST. AS I AM PRESENTLY UNMARRIED I AM WAITING TO GET MARRIED & TO FEEL THE MOMENT OF PHERAS.
Name: Panny
Country: usa
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Wow, I'm amazed by learning the meaning of our tradition and to know the meaning of pheras (how deeply it really means), now i could be prepared for my marriage, (whenever it will be), wwhhooo I'm excited, I was just doin this for one of my project, but i have actually learned the meaning of hindu tradition....
Name: S
Country: india
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someone email me the meaning of the 7 pheras please skapur@muskingum.edu
Name: Neelosha
Country: australia
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Well Well Well, What do I say !! I am excited to get married with meaning ful Pheras and Vows. Like everyone , I wish to follow them all for the rest of my life !!!
Name: Ankur Patel
Country: usa
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I just got married year and half ago. I wished i had read this article before i got married. How stupid of me that i got married and didn't know whats does all seven pheras means. Well today after learning of all 7 pheras i feel so good. Also, before i read this article i was always wondering why i had only 4 feras in my wedding because i thought it was supposed to be 7 feras. Good to learn that in gujarati its only 4 feras. Also, I am amazed how gujarati takes 7 vows differently then others that during feras with each step taken, the groom helps the bride touch seven betel nuts with her right toe. Did i do this during my mariage???? Too late now ahhh. marriage without 7 vows!ooops have to remarry again with my wife.
Name: Anubha
Country: india
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I have always been very unhappy about the different emphasis in the vows made by the bride and groom. In essence, she has to promise to do everything he wants her to, has to constantly reiterate her love and fidelity, and is only responsible for household matters. He doesn't have to promise any of these things - in essence, he's just telling her what he expects of her. That's why I refuse to say the vows at my wedding, something that my fiance 100% agrees with me about.
Name: Babu
Country: india
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I never knew the meaning of the Pheras. The content of vows is all encompassing and very relavant even today; except that chastity is spoken about only by the bride and not the groom.
Name: Siya
Country: usa
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Its so nice to read about the beautifully Indian Marriages. I have been married for 5 years and attended numerous weddings. But never realised the importance and the wows of the pheras.
Name: Deepak
Country: india
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It's nice to learn about different traditions that people follow.



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