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What is all this "Saat Pehre " about ??

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Asked by Rose, 16 Apr '12 04:18 pm
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In Hinduism it is believed that rituals and customs are the true ingredients for a happy married life. The seven vows taken at the time of a Hindu marriage are the seven promises sworn by the bride and the groom. These vows are sworn during the pheras taken around the sacred fire called the havan kund. The sacred fire is the witness of the vows sworn by the groom and the bride. The priest continuously chants the vedic mantras during the pheras. The bride and groom then pledge their commitment to take care of each other in any circumstances throughout their life .........
1). The first vow says, the bride and the groom would provide prosperity as a household to the family and would stand against those who try to hinder.

2). The second vow says ,the bride and the groom would lead a healthy life by developing their physical, mental and spiritual.

3). The third vow says, the couple would earn a living and increase by proper means, so that their materialistic wealth increases manif ...more
Answered by pradeep mishra, 16 Apr '12 04:25 pm

 
  
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The custom of Seven Vows/Saat Phere has had a rich historical extravaganza to it. There are a total seven vows made during the Saat Phere - the seven rounds. In the first round or phera, the couple prays to God for plenty of nourishing and pure food. They pray to God to let them walk together so that they will get food. In the second round, the couple prays to God for a healthy and prosperous life. They ask for the physical, spiritual and mental health from God.

In the third Phera the couple prays to God for wealth. They ask God for the strength for both of them so that they can share the happiness and pain together. Also, they pray so that they can walk together to get wealth. In the fourth round the couple prays to God for the increase in love and respect for each other and their respective families. The bride and groom together pray for the beautiful, heroic and noble children from God in the fifth step. In the sixth holy round around the fire, the couple asks for the peaceful lo ...more
Answered by ankit shivam, 16 Apr '12 04:20 pm

 
  
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God only knows
Answered by True Friend, 16 Apr '12 04:19 pm

 
  
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As per Hindu Faith of custom itz the pledges taken by both Bride & Groom in the witness of holy fire to remain bonded for ever in all weals & woes...
Answered by Pradipta pati, 16 Apr '12 04:30 pm

 
  
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