The Kayastha religion is said to be a well-known community in India as a traditional scribes, writers, and village accountants. Their community is widely called from a number of synonyms including lalli, lala, kact, kaith, lal, or kayath. Like any other religion, Kayastha community also beliefs in the bonds of marriage and strictly follow their traditions of marriages. The elder members of the Kayastha family choose the life partner for the eligible bachelor of the family. This was the traditional way of arranging marriages. But, today, as people are fast adopting the digital technology and Kayastha community don’t step back to utilize the sources. Valuing the beliefs of the community, Kayastha matrimony India has the profiles of eligible male and female across the belonging states of Kayastha community including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Tripura, West Bengal, Delhi, Assam, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab, and Chandigarh.
Wedding rituals of Kayastha Community:
Just like other religions in India, Kayastha people also have their pre and post wedding rituals that they love to follow and enjoy throughout the wedding ceremony. For deciding the wedding date and venue, both the families fix a meeting if they find each other compatible after visiting the would-be bride or groom’s profile on Kayastha matrimony India. After finalizing the date and venue, the preparations speeds up and the colorful rituals are followed before, during, and after the wedding ceremony.
The pre-wedding rituals start with “Lagan Patrika” once the date and venue is finalized for the wedding. Both the families send an invitation to each other which is called as “lagan patrika” ceremony.
After sending the lagan patrika, the wedding rituals during the whole wedding ceremony starts at the house of both the families including ring ceremony, Mata Pujan, Mehendi and Haldi ceremony. Then the family of groom gets prepared for the wedding venue and the family is given a warm welcome by the bride’s family.
Then the bride and groom exchange the garlands, take 7 rounds around the holy fire, groom put Mangalsutra around the bride’s neck, and the couple promises to each other to love, care, and respect both the families throughout the entire life.