Just like other marriages a Sikh marriage is a wonderful occasion for both families ( groom and bride
families). A Sikh marriage must take place in the presence of Guru Granth Sahib Ji and this is usually a Gurudwara chosen
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In Sikh marriage both bride’s and groom’s families gathers
together for the mini ceremony. The mini ceremony introduces both groom family and bride family, because a Sikh marriage
is regarded as the joining of two families who will support the couple in their new happy life.The Ardaas is performed by
the Granthi. After that both families exchanging gift. Tea, pakora
and other refreshment will be available in the Langer hall. After enjoying the refreshment every one enter in the Di wan
hall and pay respect to the Guru Granth Sahib Ji .
The Granthi will address the sangat and ask for the groom to
set directly in front of the Guru Granth Sahib Ji where he remains for the duration of the ceremony. After some time bride
often accompanied by a female takes her place to the groom’s left. Groom, bride and their parents stands for Ardaas. Bolo
so Nihal, Sat Siri Akal is said. The Granthi reads a hukam from the Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

The Granthi reads the first Lavan Stanza of the marriage .
both the groom and bride stand and walk around the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. usually close family members of both families
stand behind the Guru as a show of support and love for the couple as they circle the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. This is
repeated three more times and after the couple have circled the Guru Granth Sahib Ji for the fourth time, the couple are
married according to Sikh religion.
The Granthi will lead Ardaas for all sangat who should all
stand during the recital.After Ardaas Guru prashad is given to the sangat……