Traditional Wedding Tour in Nepal provides access to knowledge of the wedding system of Hindus and Buddhists of the country. The wedding practises of the country are unique and unalike to rest of the traditions of the world. You can also participate in wedding ceremonies of different ethnics and castes of Nepal. The particular tradition varies in accordance to caste and ethnicity of the couple. Hindus and Buddhists cover most of the population of the country. This is why Hindu and Buddhist wedding tradition are likelier to be seen all around the country. Nepalese strongly believe in traditional fashion of marriage. They believe that traditional practices of marriage would last their married life for lifelong. This particular practice strongly believes in mutual respect and understanding and further believes in discouragement in divorces.
The traditional way of Nepalese wedding attracts many of the visitors. Some of them are inspired to so extent that they decide to re-marry in accordance to Nepalese way of wedding. Most of the wedding ceremonies take place in the Nepali month of Mangsir. Astrologists pick out an auspicious date for wedding on the basis of the position of the stars. Native people strongly believe that marrying on such dates would last their married lifelong in a happy and successful manner.
According the wedding tradition, bride and bridegroom offer worship in the venue and receive best wishes from their relatives and friends. The marriage venue is highly decorated by colourful lights and papers. The bride wears either a suit of typical Nepali Daura Suruwal. Similarly, the bridegroom is dressed up with golden ornaments and a red sari. A priest performs all the formalities and in the mean while, a team of musicians provide music using traditional instruments. All relatives and friends are invited to the ceremony.
Note: If you are interested in any kind of traditional Wedding in Nepal. You can join to see the wedding or even if you are going to get married, we can arrange everything for your wedding ceremony.