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Vedic Wedding (Vivaha-samskara)

 

Devotees at the Hare Krishna Centre conduct Vedic Weddings throughout the UK. All locations are considered. We have experienced priests who are happy to conduct a Vedic Wedding at your venue. Below is an outline of a Vedic Marriage ceremony. Click on the link to view it:

 

Vedic Marriage Ceremony

 

Please contact us to discuss further details and to book a priest for your wedding. You are advised to book early to secure your booking as the best dates are taken quickly even a year ahead. The ceremony will last just under one hour. Our priest will bring with him the yajna kunda and all other necessary paraphernalia and ingredients. All explanations are given in English language. Every step of the cermony will be explained. We guarantee that we will capture your audience and deliver an unforgettable experience for them. A Marriage Certificate can be supplied on request.

 

For payment options (PayPal, Bank Transfer, Cheque) please follow this link.

 

 

Click on the links below for some photos:

 

Fire Yajna and Yajna/Havan Kunda

The Holy Fire

After the Yajna Ceremony

Bride and Bridegroom

During the Ceremony

Bride and Groom in the Yajna

Wedding Vows

Yajna Paraphernalia

 

For Mandaps, Floristry, Event Management, Photography & Videography as well as Lighting & Audio Visuals please click on this link.

 

Last Updated (Friday, 13 July 2012 08:43)

 
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King Indra's behavior toward Krishna was not very much appreciated by great sages like Sukadeva Gosvami. Out of His causeless mercy, Krishna had gone to the heavenly kingdom, Amaravati, to present King Indra with his mother's earrings, which had been lost to Bhaumasura, and Indra had been very glad to receive them. But when a parijata tree from the heavenly kingdom was taken by Krishna, Indra had fought with Him. This was self-interest on the part of Indra. He had offered his prayer, tipping down his head to the lotus feet of Krishna, but as soon as his purpose had been served, he became a different creature.

 

That is the way of the dealings of materialistic men. Materialistic men are always interested in their own profit. For this purpose they can offer any kind of respect to anyone, but when their personal interest is over, they are no longer friends. This selfish nature is found not only among the richer class of men on this planet but even in personalities like Indra and other demigods. Too much wealth makes a man selfish. A selfish man is not prepared to take to Krishna consciousness and is condemned by great devotees like Sukadeva Gosvami. In other words, possession of too many worldly riches is a disqualification for advancement in Krishna consciousness. (KB 59, The Deliverance of the Demon Bhaumasura)