52 Top Indian Wedding Songs 2014 List for Dance

Top Indian Wedding Songs 2014

So are you looking for Top Indian wedding songs 2014 list for dance at a wedding day. Hindi wedding songs is a major genre of Bollywood songs. Indian wedding songs often from the backdrop of some very memorable emotional or joyful scenes in Hindi movies. These best Indian wedding songs 2014 are often played during Indian weddings. At this time Shaadi season is in full swing in. Indian marriages are taking place across the world today. With more and more elaborate weddings being performed time and again, it is no surprise that DJs are minting money by playing all latest Indian wedding songs 2014 for dance too on sangeet and mehendi ceremonies. Take a look at these Indian wedding songs 2014 for dance too.


Top Indian Wedding Songs 2014 List

Here is the list of best Indian Wedding Songs 2012 that you can play and perform for the couple getting married. Following is the list of top Indian wedding songs 2012 most zealous and can-never-go-wrong with Indian wedding songs that you must plan ahead:-

Top Indian Wedding Songs 2014 for Bridal Dance

1. Teri ore from Singh is King
2. ye galiyaan ye chobaara from prem rog
3. Lal dupatta ud gaya re mera from mujhse shaadi karogi

Some Funny Indian Wedding  songs 2014  ideal to teasing the couples

1.Maa da Ladla (Dostana)
2.Zoor Ka Jatka (Action Replay)- .
3.Bhootni Ke (Singh is King) .
4.Ek Kunwara Phir Gaya Maara (Masti)
5.Rookmani Rookmani (Rosa)
6.Main Joru Ka Ghulam (Joru Ka Ghulam)
7.and Sajan ji ghar aaye

Some of the Old Best Indian Wedding Dance songs 2014

1. Pairon Me Bandhan He (Mohabbatein)
2. Daya Daya Daya Re (Dil Ka Rishta)
3. Dola Re Dola (Devdas)
4. Mujhe Rang De (Thakshak)
5. Choori Bajji He (Yes Boss)
7. Chunari Chunari (Biwi Number 1)
8. Kyu Khanke Teri Chudi (Tumko Na Bhool Payenge)
9. Ishq Kamina (Shakti)
10. Chamma Chamma (China Gate)
12. Jhanak Jhanak Baaje (Farz)
13. Teri Chunariya (Hello Brother)
14. Ghoongat Me Chand Hoga (Khubsoorat)
15. Sona Kitna Sona He (Hero No 1)
16. Mere Haathon Me Nau Nau Chudiyan He (Chandni)
17. Yeh Ladka, Hai Allah (Kabhi Khush Kabhi Gham)
18. Kaliyon Ka Chaman (UMI 40)
19. Nimbooda, Nimbooda (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam)
20. Maine Payal He Chankayee (Maine Payal He Chankayee)
21. Bole Chudiyan (Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham)
22. Badi Mushkil (Lajja)
23. Koi Jaane, Koi Na Jaane (Aur Pyar Ho Gaya)
24. Nahi Hona Tha (Pardes)
25. Tera Dilbar, Tera Saathi (Yeh Dil)
26. Chhalka Chhalka Re (Saathiya)
27. Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna (DDLJ)
29. Mehndi He Rachnewali (Zubeidaa)
30. Likh Ke Mehndi Se (Ishq Hua)
31. Mehndi Laga Ke (Kunwaara)
32. Oh Mehndi Rang Layee (Chal Mere Bhai)
33. Kabhi Khan Khan (Aapko Pehle Bhi Kahi Dekha He)
34. Mehndi, Mehndi (Chori Chori)
35. Mehndi, Mehndi (Chori Chori Chupke Chupke)
36. Channe Ke Khait Me (Anjaam)
37. Akhiyan Lada Ladeygi (Humraaz)
38. Hum Dewwane He Tere (Indian Babu)
39. Didi Tera Devar Deewana (Hum Aapke He Kaun)
40. Maye Ni Maye (Hum Aapke He Kaun)
41. Chunri Leherayi To (Insaaf)
42. Mehndi He Rachi (Tumko Na Bhool Payenge)
43. Woh Kisna He (Kisna)
44. Mehndi Mehndi Na Mujhko Lagaana (Chori Chori)
44. Dulhania Dulhania (Dosti)
45. O Mehndi Rang Layee (Chal Mere Bhai)
46. Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat (Aaina)
47. Chudi Khankayi Re (Yeh He Jalwaa)
48. Gori Hai Kalaiyan (Aaj Ka Arjun

And Here are some of the latest top Indian Wedding dance Songs 2014.

rabba lakh barsa & kajra kajra kajrare -kajrare
chiggy wiggy – blue
munni badnaam hui – dabaang
uff teri ada – karthik calling karthik
gal mithi mithi & suno aisha – aisha
o girl u r mine aap kya hoga ( dhanno ) – housefull
mein tera dhadkan – ajab prem ki gazab kahani
tere liye – prince ( great song )
lakh lakh nakhre _ kambakhht ishq
title song ( i hate luv storys )- i hate luv storys
love mera hit hit & marjaani – billu barber
chor bazaari & love me twist – love aaj kal
chaska – badmaash company
hadippa remix – dil bole hadippa
jee le remix – luck
love me love me -wanted
pump it up & pe pe pein – chance pe dance
aila re aila – khatta meetha
Bachena Ae Haseeno (Bachena Ae Haseeno)
Bhool Bhulaiyya (Bhool Bhulaiyya)
Dhoom Machale (Dhoom)
Dus Bahane (Dus)
Halla Re (Neal n Nikki)
It’s the Time to Disco (Kal Ho Naa Ho)
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (Jhoom Barabar Jhoom)
Kajra Re (Bunty Aur Babli)
Desigirl (Dostana)
Mast Kalandar (Heyy Babyy)
Mind Blowing Mahiya (Cash)
Muhjse Shaadi Karogi (Muhjse Shaadi Karogi)
Mauja hi Mauja (Jab We Met)
Yeh IshQ Haye (Jab We Met)
Nagada (Jab We Met)
Dard E Disco (Om Shanti Om)
Om Shanti Om (Om Shanti Om)
Main Tera Dhadkan Teri (Ajab Prem Ki Gajab Kahani)
Anjaana Anjaani (Anjaana Anjaani)
Sasural Genda Phool (Delhi-6)
Zoobi Doobi (3 Idiots)
Aapka Kya Hoga (House Full)
Oh Girl You are Mine (House Full)
Jab Mila Tu (I Hate Love Stories)
Bahara (I Hate Love Stories)
Kismet Konnection (Kismet Konnection)
Pappu Can’t Dance Sala (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na)
Soni de Nakhre (Partner)
Tu Hai To I’ll be all right (Dostana)
Where’s the Party Tonight? (Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna)
Raat ke Dhayi Baje (Kaminey)
Choor Bazaari (Love Aaj Kal)
Ahun Ahun (Love Aaj Kal)
Twist (Love Aaj Kal)
Zara Zara Touch Me (Race)
Khwab Dekha Juthe Muthe (Race)
Salaam E Ishq (Sallam E Ishq))
Jee Karda (Singh is King)
Jee Le (U Me Aur Hum)

Top Indian Wedding Songs 2014 Dance

So that was a short list of top Indian wedding songs 2014 if you are looking for List of other feet tapping songs ideal for ladies sangeet and mehendi ceremony are discussed in the next post. Till Than wait for my next post about Top Indian Ladies Sangeet Dance songs 2014 and enjoy our recommendation of top Indian Wedding songs 2014 in hindi and for dance.

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    It is a common belief that the darker the color the mehndi leaves on the hands on a bride, the more will she be loved by her husband and mother-in-law. However, the significance of applying mehndi during weddings is not restricted just to sentiments and beliefs. Although these beliefs make the application of mehndi a much anticipated and charming tradition, the actual reason is of much deeper significance.

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  8. An ode to the wedding songs in Punjabi Wedding

    Punjab is the state of festiveness. It is said that punjabis can groove to the beats of dhol even if there is no occasion. As such, when there is a shaadi in the house, it given them a reason to sing and dance. In Punjab, there are different genres of songs when it comes to marriage songs. There are categories divided on the basis of moods and situations.Some of the most popular categories include:

    Gharouli de Geet: These are happy songs that are sung when the pitcher is filled for bride/bridegroom's bath on the day of the wedding.

    Sehra: As the Hindu priest ties the sehra (flower veil) on the forehead of the groom while chanting sacred mantras, the close family members sing sehra songs to pep up the environment.

    Suhag: A fairly popular category of wedding songs, the suhag songs are sung by the bride herself as she praises her of her life. Some of these wedding songs also reveal her anticipation of the approaching life in her husband's home. In some households, bride friends and cousins also sing these songs on her behalf.

    Jaggo: Jaggo songs are sung a night prior to the wedding. These songs are sung as a celebrative way to invite the neighbours to the wedding.

    South Indian Melodies

    Laali: These are songs of praise for the bride and the groom who are seated on a swing in a
    ceremonial manner and are rocked back and forth. The back and fro motion of the swing in the ritual signifies the waves in the sea of life while the chains represent the eternal karmic link with god. Their movement on the swing depicts that the couple is together in body and mind that they would together cross the ocean of life.

    Nalangu: During this ritual, the new bride sings and calls her husband to spend time with her. These songs fill the atmosphere with a sense of merriment. The time signifies the breaking of ice between the bride and the groom as there are several other playful activities that take place, subsequently. While family members break papads on the couple's heads toward off evil, the bride anoints husband's body with sandalwood and sings to him. The female relatives poke fun at the couple and the in-laws while singing songs.

    Adding a Zing of Culture

    A part from the pre-wedding ceremonies that are replete with the sounds of traditional wedding tunes and lyrics, these days marriages are also witnessing a sort of rebound that seem incomplete without these rhythms and libretto. Live performances usually have the popular singers belting out hit numbers some originals, some legendary wedding songs that set the mood for the evening and get the guests tapping to these numbers. Traditional wedding songs are those symphonies that have bouts of emotions hidden behind, that bring people together to celebrate and have fun and that which any Indian marriage is not complete without.

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    The date is usually based on the auspicious time given by the family pandit, but it is thoughtful to make sure that it does not clash with any other event in the family, and is convenient for people to attend.

    Engagement
    This is the first of the formal ceremonies. Traditionally , rings and gifts are exchanged between the bride and the groom's families. Ascertain ring sizes and buy the engagement rings well in advance, so that the couple can try them out before the ceremony.

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    Invitation cards are now available in individualistic and unique designs.
    *Place an order for invitations with a printer well in advance. A few extras will come handy.
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    *It is in good order to place a small map of the venue on the invitation card.
    *Start mailing the invites two months in advance for outstation guests.
    *It is nice gesture to send invites to even those family members and friends who you know will not be able to attend the ceremony.

    Legal Formalities
    *Register at the matrimony sites.
    *Inform change in address to the postal department and to all the relatives and friends.
    *Apply for change of maiden name in important documents, ration card, etc.

    Check List
    Maintain a time Schedule.

    Once the shaadi Date is decided.
    * Plan your budget.
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    *Start interviewing service providers.
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    *Decide on your honeymoon destination.
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    At 6 Months to the Wedding...
    *Order the invites and stationery.
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    At 2 Months to the Wedding...
    *Do an RSVP with guests and draw up a final guest list.
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    *Choose gifts for relatives and friends.
    *Do a hair and make-up run through.
    *Make a list of photographs you wish to be taken.
    *Make a list of the music you wish to be played.

    At 2 Weeek to the marriage...
    *Do a final confirmation of all the reservations and service providers.
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    * Give the caterer the final guest count.
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    *Do a final dress fitting with shoes, jewellery and make-up.
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    Mahendi
    Indian marriages are known for their many rituals. In fact, the beauty of Indian weddings comes forth in the numerous traditions that are associated with the special celebration. Marriage day being the most important day in one's life. Infact one whole ceremony dedicated to its celebration popularly known as "Mehndi Ki Raat". Indian marriages are incomplete without dance, music and lots of laughter.
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    The Baraat is also a wonderful part of the indian marriage. The groom with the sehra tied to hide his face sits on the horse, while his mother holds a lamp lit for the household deity. It is merry ritual when they set forth for the marriage venue along with a band of musicians playing popular tracks, with his relatives groove their way to the wedding. The Swaagat is the ritual to welcome the groom and his entourage by the bride's family. The bride watches the arrival from one window of the house , careful not to gaze upon his face and then comes out to welcome him. At the entrance the groom places his right foot on top of the bride's foot to denote his dominating strength in their future life together. In the Sindhi tradition the groom is seen as the embodiment of lord Vishnu on the wedding day. The couple is seated with a screen separating them so that they cannot see each other while his feet are washed in a bronze thaali with raw milk by the bride's brother and is known as Paon Dhulai. The couple now gets ready for the wedding ceremony and is taken to the wedding platform where the ceremony is to take place.

    Sangeet
    Decide whether it will be a small family gathering or a big event with a professional band in attendance.
    *Book a Mehndiwali well in advance. She/he should bring the necessary material.
    *List the songs and hand out the lyrics to all or you can use taped music as a back-up.
    *Hold practice sessions prior to the wedding, if you are so inclined.
    *Arrange for snacks or a caterer if the gathering is large.

    Reception
    Decide whether it will be sit-down affair or a buffet.
    *Make the arrangements in advance and confirm with the venue manager/caterer in writing.
    *Specify the number of guests expected to the caterer if you do not want to pay for extra food.
    *Confirm arrangements a day before the event.
    *Set up a gift table and assign a family member to receive gifts. Maintain a list of the gifts.
    *Allocate space for alive band, bar and dining.
    *After the reception, move flower bouquets and leftover liquor to the couple's residence.

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  21. Your Wedding Handbook

    Get Organised

    Plan your leave from work

    Apply for leave work as much in advance as possible. Complete all pending tasks
    and divide the workload between cooperative co - worker. “This way you can get up
    to speed real quick when you return from your blessed – out honeymoon”

    Delegate small wedding day tasks

    Delegate duties in advance – get a couple of close friends to be by your side during
    the ceremony to calm your nerves and handle the gifts, some relatives (in rotation)
    to greet guests at the entrance, someone with a list of all vendor contact
    information.

    Have a chat with your photographer

    Decide the theme you want for the marriage pictures and give the photographer a
    list of moments you want captured.

    Pack your accessories and wedding night bag

    Pack a bag with all the accessories you’ll require to get dressed on the wedding
    day. This includes jewellery, makeup, hairpins, safety pins, undergarments. Leave
    this bag next to your wedding dress along with your bag of “just – in – case” items.
    Also, pack a small bag to carry with you to the hotel for the wedding night. This bag
    should have everything you’ll need. Besides lingerie, make sure to pack a change of
    clothes for the next morning, your cosmetics pouch and a midnight snack (since no
    one seems to eat at their own wedding!)

    Gather Memories

    Make a DVD of the days leading up to the wedding

    “What I’m sure I’ll continue to find truly endearing and entertaining in the years to
    come is the DVD of my wedding preparation – from the sangeet practices to the
    makeup trails to some heartfelt moments with my family”
    Maybe you can include messages from your close friends and family as well.

    Write out ‘Thank you’ notes

    A lot of people have worked tirelessly, spent lots of money and treated you like a
    princess in the weeks leading up to your big day. Make some time to write
    personalized cards for all of them and give it to each one before the wedding
    ceremonies begin.

    Look And Feel Your Best

    Oodles of pampering

    This is perhaps one of the most essential and enjoyable parts of your pre – wedding
    routine. Book appointments at least 10 days in advance for your pre – wedding
    beauty regimen, preferably at a spa you frequent. Make sure to include a stress –
    relieving massage to soothe those nerves.

    Get lots of sleep the night before

    “No matter what beauty regiment you go through in the days before your wedding,
    unless you’re well rested on the night before the big day, you will neither look nor
    feel your best,”. “The last thing you need is a headache putting a
    damper on your mood.” So the evening before your wedding should be a quite one –
    spend quality time with your family, eat a healthy meal and get at least eight hour
    of sound sleep. Eat something and use the washroom before the ceremony. You
    have got a long day ahead of you. Grab a healthy snack before you put on your
    makeup and use the washroom right before you head out to the mandap”

    Focus on your husband – to – be

    If, in spite of your best efforts, things get too chaotic, try this trick : “Every bride will have a moment of nerves, no matter how perfect
    everything around her is. It’s human nature. When this happened turned complete focus on my handsome fiancé and on the beautiful life we were about to
    embark upon together. My mind instantly quietened down and I had a lovely smile
    on my face that made me look even more fabulous in the pictures”. Maybe
    you could even give his friend a note to slip to your fiancé right before the
    ceremony. This could pep things up a bit for the two of you and help ease the stress
    too!

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    Sharing space

    Marriage involves sharing everything - whether it is sadness or glad tidings, chores or finance, which can be a difficult task. This is why marriage necessitates an equal contribution from both side. " Sharing is absolutely essential for a happy marriage,. Besides making it easier to run the show, it also brings you closer to your partner, and cement a bond in a way that only experience can.
    Differnces of opinion

    Shaadi brings two different individuals together, as well as two sets of arguments for everything. Remember that your husband is as new to the marriage and the relationship as you, and he is facing the same issue for the first time as well.Irrespective of the nature of the relationship, any two people are bound to have differences of opinion at some point of time, It is how you handle these differences that mtters. The best antidote for deviant interest lies in adapting to the situation. "Be carteful not to retaliate for the sake of it,"

    Planning for the future

    As a single independent working woman, you may be used to your lifestyle, going on holidays or splurging on the latest pair of Jimmy Choos. But married life is a journey and you need to plan carefully to get to your destination. "Planning is the key. Make sure you and your husband are on the same page as far as long - term goal are concerned," "Whether or not you plan to have a baby or deciding on investments for the future and are thing that you should discuss in advbance, if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises in you married life,"

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  28. Brahmin Shaadi
    Historically, the Brahmins in india were divided into two major groups based on geographical origin of the people. The Brahmin groups that lived to the north of the vindhyas were referred to as Dravida Brahmins. Each group was further divided into five sections according to the regions of their settlement.

    Sagaai
    The Sagaai or the engagement ceremony symbolises commitment However, the South Indian Brahmin do not lay stress on the presence of bride and the groom in their Sagaai, rather it focuses on commitment between the parents of the groom and the bride. 'Latto' i.e., 'engagement plate' Which consist of coconut, flowers, turmeric, betel leaves and betel nuts hold more importance, in their engagement ceremony. The Maithil Brahmin bride of bihar makes her wedding affair stand apart by receiving the blessing from the Dhobi's (washerman's) wife - a compulsory tradition in the Bihari Brahmin wedding.

    Haldi
    In Haldi ceremony turmeric powder is mixed with milk, almond oil and sandalwood and applied to the bride and the groom. In Kashmiri Pandit this ceremony has a twist becuase cold, white yoghurt is poured on the bride as an alternative to haldi. ritual is followed by a special custom called Shankha (shell) Paula (coral) in bengali Brahmins, where seven married women embellish the bride's hand with red and white bangles, the shell is supposed to calm the bride and the coral is believed to
    be beneficial for health. Mehndi is also applied on every bride's hands during the Mehndi ceremony. However, a Bengali Brahmin bride applies alta (red dye).

    Jaimala
    After the ceremonious arrival of the groom, the garlands are exchanged between the groom and the bride, while the priests chant mantras. Jaimala is the symbol of unifying two souls into one. But in tamil nadu, "Oonjal", a unique jaimala ceremony is performed and could be best decribed as a tug of war. In this ceremony, the women sing songs to encourage the bride and groom to exchange the garlands while the uncles persuade the soon to be couple not to Exchange the garlands.Before the ceremony of jaimala, the bride makes a majestic entry in Bengali weddings.

    Mangal Phere
    Fire is considered the most pious element in the Brahmin weddings and seven circles around that fire holds the seven promises that the nuptial couple make to each other amidst the Vedic mantras. The Brahmin wedding is deemed incomplete without the seven rounds around the sacred fire. Unlike other Brahmin weddings, in Gujarati weddings only four pheras are taken which are called the mangalpheras where the pheras represent four basic human goals of Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Miksha (religious, moral, prosperity and salvation). Likewise in Malayalee Brahmin weddings, pheras are taken only thrice.

    Post wedding ceremony vidaai
    After pheras, the bride's family and friend bid her teary vidaai (farewell). The Kashmiri pundits make their vidaai even more special. their charming ritual, "roth khabar" is performed on a saturday or tuesday after the wedding. In Roth
    khabar, the bride's parents send a roth (bread decorated with nuts) to their son - in - law's family. But the bride accompanies She stay with her parents and returns only when someone from in laws comes to fetch her back.

    Griha pravesh
    The new bride is greeted by her mother - in - law with Arti and tilak. The bride, who is regarded as the Goddess laxmi, enters the groom's house after the groom's house after kicking rice - filled pot. In Kannada Brahmin marriages, the groom changes the name of his wife in the name change ceremony where he decides a name for his wife and inscribes it on a plate containing rice with a ring. In Bihar, a very strange ritual is performs at the groom's place.

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  30. Fertility Rituals

    Marriage is one of the biggest fertility rituals Known in Indian culture. When two people get married. they are said to enter grihasta ashram where they are expected to bear children. satify their sexual urge, earn money and follow religious practices. Hindu marriages profess the idea of coming together of the energies and paving way to a new creation.

    Offering of Grains

    Throughout India, one thing that remains common to all communities is offring of grains in wedding ceremony. Mostly rice, puffed rice or whole grains, these grains are fed to the sacred fire in different ceremonies.

    Importance of Shiva's Bael leaves

    Holy Bael leaves are proffered in several ceremonies before the wedding and after it. In many communities in india, before the wedding day arrives, Bael leaves are placed in earthen pots which are topped with different kinds of cereals. After the wedding, the sprouted seedlings are then released in a flowing river or a pool. This ritual is performed to invoke blessings of Lord Shiva upon the married couple and pray for their progeny.

    Vishnu's pious Lotus

    As per mythology, at the time of creation of the universe, while lord Vishnu was pondering over the creation of mankind, a pious lotus rose out of his navel. On that lotus was seated Lord Brahma who paved way to the creation and illumination of the universe. Thus, lotus remains symbolic of procreation, birth and fertility. It is Therefore, offered during wedding puja to the gods to confer potency upon the couple. Also, At the time of a Hindu wedding, the bride and the groom are given the stature of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu because they represent the eternal companionship and exemplify how a relationship between husband and wife should be.

    Nose ring

    Usually seen as a piece of accessory, almost all brides sport nose ring on their wedding day. In some communities, girls are told to get their nose pierced before they tie the knot.

    Sacred coconut rituals

    Across India, since time immemorial coconut has enjoyed its association with human fertility in a sacrosanct manner. In Gujarat, there is a ritual of bride presenting a coconut in a customary way to the groom at the time of the marriage. Here coconut is symbolic of the progency of the couple that the bridegifts the groom. Of all the fruits, coconut is most closely related to human skull because of the three marking on its base that resemble human facial features.

    The mantras of virility

    During saat pheras in a Hindu marriage, there are several mantras that are chanted for progency of the couple. While the first phera is for a long lasting companionship, in the second Phera, "Kutumburn rakshayishyammi sa aravindharam", the bride promises the groom that she will fill his with love and will bear children of him.

    The History

    There was a time when potency was considered as the be all and all of all activities. The earliest ritual of fertility among Hindus can be dated back to the Harappan civilization where it has been discovered that people worshipped clay figurines of a mother goddess who represented fertility. Several phallic symbols representing gods in sitting position wearing bull's horns (Bull being a universal symbol of male potency) have also been found at the sites of indus Valley Civilization. As the world evolved and ancient civilizations paved way to the modern societies, marriage started being considered as a mandatory ceremony before women could conceive. Also, the idea of marriage was propelled by the thought of having the family legacy move ahead; so that families could get heirs.

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