The Buddhist religion is famous for simplicity and this is often reflected in their wedding ceremonies. Main thing of Buddhist tradition is that it does not depend upon the set of day and time of weeding by religious person, they can get married any time at the temple and the hours of weeding that is decided by the registrar office. The Buddhist views on marriage are very liberal. In Buddhism, marriage is look at as personal or individual concern and not as a religious duty. In Buddhism it is not compulsory that a person has to be married in his life; He can live his life as bachelor. The most important thing of Buddhism weeding is that they performed their wedding ceremony in the west and whole ceremony is performed by family, friends and relatives. There are no religious laws or rules for or against the marriage that the couple must follow. The entire marriage ceremony is treated more like a social affair.
Buddhist bride at buddhist marriage bureau:
The main costume of Buddhism bride is saree, she wears it with a sleeved blouse that is called hanju, and it is made of Chinese silk called khichen. She is also wear coat, scarf and some gorgeous jewellery (Khau) that is made of precious stones for example turquoise, coral, pearl, diamond etc. Some rituals are preformed before the actual weeding. Khachang: Among the Buddhists either the parents or the boy choose his prospective bride. Once he is decided that he want to marry this particular girl, after that the family member of Groom usually go to the bride's house. They would carry a bottle of whisky and a white silk scarf called khada to offer. It is meant to see whether they give a nod to the marriage proposal. This type of visit is usually known as Khachang. After khanchang ceremony both the families are gathered for a meeting, in this meeting they set a best date on which engagement (Nangchang) ceremony take place. In Buddhism marriage: Vow for the bride: "Towards my husband I tackle to perform my household duties efficiently, be genial to my in-laws and friends of my husband, be faithful, protect and invest our earnings, discharge my responsibilities lovingly and conscientiously." After this Vidaai (bride's leaving her birth place) ceremony is conducted.
Buddhist groom as per Buddhist marriage
Groom's Attire: A Buddhist groom wears a Bhaku (made of brocade) that is with sleeves. The bhaku reaches to just above the ankles. The bhaku looks beautiful as and he is worn with a waistcoat called Lajha. The boy would also wear a cap, also made of brocade and a sash around the waist.