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In Hindu methodology, marriage is one of the most important steps of life. Marriage ceremony is called vivah in north India and Kalyanam in South India. In Hindu wedding, the progeny and process are varying widely. Ring exchange, ladies sangeet, Saptapadi, Kanyadaan and Panigrahana are a few customs in North Indian Hindu weddings. Kanyadaan, Panigrahana, and Saptapadi, which are respectively, given to daughter by the father, bride and groom holding hands in front of the fire to stands, and taking seven steps with each step incorporates a promise to each other. Ring exchange ceremony is known as engagement ceremony (sagai). The engagement ceremony is progeny wherein the couple exchanges gold rings in front of important members of both the families. Sangeet ceremony is all about dance, crack jokes, music and tease the bride.
There is special songs (Geet: in their respective regional languages) related to every ceremony. It is one of the most entertaining ceremony before the wedding and is one and only for women. Saptapadi ceremony includes seven different promises which is taken by hindu bride and groom as an oath during their wedding. The progeny of Kanyadaan is implementing in all Hindu marriages where the father puts the hand of his daughter into the groom's hand. The pandit enchants Vedic mantras so that bond between the bride and the groom becomes strong. The Panigrahana ceremony performed after Kanyadana function. Panigrahana means 'holding the hand’ and the groom accepts his responsibilities towards the bride for the life time.