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They are both flattered, I'm sure.

They didn't need to make it a public event and if they really had to then it should be a Punjabi proposal and not a 'sikh' proposal.

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pointless waste of money , and I am so not convinced that  she didn't know , looks like they already had a mangni from the photos

BTW 

what  is a Hashveen?

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33 minutes ago, singhbj singh said:

Bheinji you had yours let others decide😊

Give your kids a choice 

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you're funny ... what do you think guru ji taught us conspicious consumption, extravagance and haumai nu patte paune or focus on the actual gurbani, vichar on the meaning and strive to live accordingly ? I did spend money on my wedding but it was my kirt di kamai not my parents' , we had langar before and after the two marriages (both done under Guru ji's roof) prayers of both faiths were done in Guru ji's hazoori, and bidaai was from Gurughar...

I'm sure my kids will be planning theirs , there's nothing wrong in it but I will advise them to not waste money on show but maybe put it towards helping others

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I am not surprised by who posted this, but the content was not necessary.

Also, the title should have said 'Indian' or 'Delhiite punjabi' or 'punjabi'

 

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During the Anand Karaj there are 50 people and at the reception there are 200 people.

In the olden days only 5 men from the grooms side.

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4 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

During the Anand Karaj there are 50 people and at the reception there are 200 people.

In the olden days only 5 men from the grooms side.

not when my grandparents married then it was like a whole village attending and the girl's family had to feed and look after them for days , my parent's time family gathering still huge but only for a day max ,when my younger mama got married in Punjab during 80s then the bharat party only max 11 and everyone was stressed out if they would come back safe . Now big guest list but hardly anyone goes to the gurdwara for the wedding , my brother was married in Punjab in 2000 and it was literally him , the immediate family and some of my sakhe mamey , thaia ji thaiee ji and his kids  my Nani bus rest were more interested in chugli , drinking and eating then dancing

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5 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you're funny ... what do you think guru ji taught us conspicious consumption, extravagance and haumai nu patte paune or focus on the actual gurbani, vichar on the meaning and strive to live accordingly ? I did spend money on my wedding but it was my kirt di kamai not my parents' , we had langar before and after the two marriages (both done under Guru ji's roof) prayers of both faiths were done in Guru ji's hazoori, and bidaai was from Gurughar...

I'm sure my kids will be planning theirs , there's nothing wrong in it but I will advise them to not waste money on show but maybe put it towards helping others

Bhein ji with four kids to marry you should be spending less time chatting & more on overtime.

Having an Anand Karaj at Gurdwara too can be costly why not have the ceremony at home, be frugal 😆

 

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1 hour ago, singhbj singh said:

Bhein ji with four kids to marry you should be spending less time chatting & more on overtime.

Having an Anand Karaj at Gurdwara too can be costly why not have the ceremony at home, be frugal 😆

 

that's what the family tradition was ...akhand paat sewa by whole family , bheta to dharamshala of pind. Shaheedan Singh de naam te sewa (langar te nave bastar) of panj Gursikh . Family would do matha tek and ardas, bhog at dharamshala before going on janjh or in case of bibi before arrival of janjh. Full sewa was taken by family members ... 

In mine we did langar sewa as a couple before and after e.g.  making ladoo for sangat from scratch in gurdwara and all dishes, washing trays etc.

it's about love for Guru Panth ji just as much as Guru Granthji

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9 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you're funny ... what do you think guru ji taught us conspicious consumption, extravagance and haumai nu patte paune or focus on the actual gurbani, vichar on the meaning and strive to live accordingly ? I did spend money on my wedding but it was my kirt di kamai not my parents' , we had langar before and after the two marriages (both done under Guru ji's roof) prayers of both faiths were done in Guru ji's hazoori, and bidaai was from Gurughar...

I'm sure my kids will be planning theirs , there's nothing wrong in it but I will advise them to not waste money on show but maybe put it towards helping others

vaheguru ji ka khalsa
vaheguru ji ki fateh

prayers of both faiths? Did you have an interfaith byah? vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh

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