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Vedic Marriage – MahaMTB – Mumbai Tarun Bharat – Tarun Bharat

Vedic Marriage – MahaMTB – Mumbai Tarun Bharat – Tarun Bharat
Vedic Marriage – MahaMTB – Mumbai Tarun Bharat – Tarun Bharat

Rayya sahasravarchsa emau stamanupakshitau.

(Atharvaveda-6.78.2)

meaning

(Imau) both the bride and the bridegroom (payasa) continue to increase in all vision through the best drinks (abhivardhatam). May both continue to progress. (Rashtren) Along with the upliftment of the nation, may both (abhi vardhatam) continue to grow in every way. (Emau) May both of them (Sahasravarchsa Rayya) continue to prosper greatly (Stam) with innumerable luminaries and opulences (An Upa Kshitau) never diminishing.

Interpretation

After the important ritual of ‘Saptapadi’ comes the precious moment of blessing the bride and groom! For the life of the newly married couple to be happy, prosperous and happy in all aspects, the auspicious blessings of young and old are very much needed. Congregations from both parties are also eagerly waiting for this moment. That’s why in traditional language it is said that ‘the time of engagement or marriage is near.’ For this, everyone has only one rush and fuss, that is to get free by leaving Akshata! The method of Vedic blessings, however, is truly scientific considering the entire welfare of the bride and groom and others. Unfortunately no one thinks about this in the present age.

In the Vedic system, there are three or four more occasions that need to be completed before the blessings are granted. It is described as follows.

Solar observation

On the occasion of Saptapadividhi, the priest’s assistant sitting beside the urn takes some water from the urn and sprinkles it on the bride and groom’s head. The purpose of this is that during the Agnihotra, if the heads of the bride and groom are hot due to the fire, it should be calmed and cooled. Another sentiment behind this action is that both the newlyweds should live happily ever after without grudging or angering each other. Always live thoughtfully with a cool head.

After this, the bride and groom are offered darshan of the sun and at that time the priest Tachakshurdevhit Purastachchukramuchchat. Pashyem Sharad: Hundred, Jivem Sharad: Shatam. This mantra is accepted by the bride and groom. The purpose of Suryadarshan is that the married life of the newlyweds should shine like the sun with virtues and good thoughts. There should not be any darkness of ignorance, illiteracy and empty materialism in their life. As the sun is always in motion, the newlyweds should also be in motion. Also, the light of the ideal home life of both of them should continue to be available to others.

A union of hearts

After this, the bride and groom touch each other’s hearts. The bride places her right hand on the groom’s heart, while the groom also places his right hand on the bride’s heart. At that time these two chant the following mantra-

Mum vows to hearts dadhami

Mama Chittamanuchitta Te Astu.

Mum’s unanimous opinion

Prajapatistva niyunaktu mahyam

(Paraskar Grhyasutra-1/8/8)

That is, O bride, I hold your heart, that is, both heart and soul, in my heart. May your mind (mind) always be in harmony with mine. You should always listen to my words (Vani) with concentration. May that supreme soul who is the guardian of the entire universe, of the subjects, appoint you for me. The same mantra and Bhavartha is also to be said by the bride. O Lord, I also carry your heart in mine.

Heart has the greatest place in human life. The seat of love, mercy, compassion and affection is the heart. Now both of them are becoming of one heart due to the feeling of camaraderie. They are becoming single minded. Henceforth both of them would live with one conviction and one mind. Hence this heart touch ritual. This novel phenomenon of Vedic register marriage is known as modern court register marriage system. Here, the entire Yagyamandapa of marriage is the court. The supreme judge is the omnipresent Lord and the priest who exists as his representative. All the men and women gathered here to give the blessing are the true witnesses. The hearts of the bride and groom are the bond paper. Instead of fingerprinting, both the bride and groom’s hands are imprinted. How much passion is really hidden behind it.

Jewellery, Mangalsutra and Kunku – Appropriation

Till today both the bride and the groom were leading a life of penance in the Brahmacharya ashram. Very simple living. Far away from any kind of ornaments and ornaments. A busy life with only studies or other activities of complete innovation of life leaves no time for other things. Now these newlyweds are getting the right to be adorned or beautified for each other as husband and wife in witness of all. The groom presents the bride with various types of jewellery. Because, the beauty of a woman is very visible due to the ornaments of various metals. Hence this occasion to celebrate her. It also includes the practice of adding jewelry, chains, rings or other ornaments. At the same time, in the presence of everyone, the groom ties the mangalsutra around the bride’s neck. While providing this very best symbol of Mangalya above says-

Im Badhnami Te Man Long Longevity Tejse!

(Atharvaveda-19.28.1)

That is, O Goddess, I tie this mangalsutra around your neck for your long life and increase in brightness and beauty. Then the groom places his hand on the bride’s head in front of the crowd and says-

Sumangaliri’s bride: Pashyat along with Imam.

Saubhagayamasyai Datvaayathastast vs Paretan.

(Rigveda-10.85.33)

Sujanho, this bride is well adorned and auspicious in every way. All of us should look at her with a manglik spirit from the point of view of welfare and bestow auspicious blessings on her. Kunku is also a symbol of Mangalya. So the groom takes this kunku and draws it in the bride’s hair and puts it on the bride’s forehead.

At the same time, the hosts or managers should distribute fragrant flowers to the congregation to bless the bride and groom.

Nowadays rice or other grains are used for blessing. But, rice is food. It is trampled on as it is thrown on the bride and groom. In a way, this is an insult to food. So instead of rice, flower buds should be used. ‘Akshata’ means the principle that never decays or perishes. In fact, the sacred words of blessings that come out of the hearts and mouths of those present are the only ones that are akshata. That is why the practice of blessing with Akshatraupa Vedic mantras is considered to be very ancient and the proper practice is truly perfect, which has been destroyed by Kalauga.

Blessings should be interpreted to bring happiness and prosperity to the married life of the bride and groom. This interpretation cannot be expressed through any poetry other than Vedic mantras. Therefore, Vedic mangal singing is more meaningful than any other mangal singing, and its passion reaches the hearts of the bride and groom. For this the mantra mentioned in the beginning should be chanted collectively by all and finally Om Shubham Bhavatu. Kalyanamastu Swasti… Swasti… Swasti…!! By uttering this all should fall on the bridegroom’s sarpanga, in this way the akshads of the flowers should be scattered with joy. At this time the priests sang various auspicious Vedic mantras, all the better. Because, it makes the atmosphere very cheerful and happy.

This type of Vedic marriage is perfect in all aspects and conducive to the overall welfare of the bride and groom. Following this is the need of the hour. May God bless everyone in this work.

(12-Part Vedic Marriage Commentary Concluded….)

– Prof. Dr. Nayan Kumar Acharya

The article is in Marathi

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