From India to Indonesia, China to Japan, Asia has a wealth of wonderful faiths, faiths and practices. Below we observe some of the more important people that have survived the test of time with regards to ceremonies and marriage.

A Mehndi Meeting

A Mehndi Festival is an important pre-wedding ritual that takes place in many Asian cultures and involves the application of intricate henna designs on the hands and feet of the bride. This is thought to bring good luck, fertility and prosperity to the couple. This ceremony is often accompanied by music and dancing and it is customary for the bride’s female friends and relatives to also get their hands decorated with henna.

An essential and metaphoric ceremony custom known as the Chinese marriage or Guo Da Li meeting occurs to mark the beginning of a official engagement between the couple’s and groom’s families. During this ceremony, which is typically followed by a dinner party for the bride’s family, Pin Li ( betrothal ang pao ) and Jia Zhuang ( bride’s dowry ) are exchanged several gifts.

During this meeting the wife is usually escorted to her dad’s house by male members of her family who greet them asian women at the entrance. She typically wears a dark skirt, blouse, or other piece of clothing, and is often adorned with gold and silver jewelry, especially a necklace made of dome-shaped bells called Kalire, which is thought to protect against evil. The bride and groom then exchange commitments at a northern bridal on a raised platform known as the Mandap, which are similar to the Mandap.