Tuesday, 17 February 2015

CB Art Photography Reviews Ceremonial Closings

CB Art Photography Reviews CB Art Photography reviews all sequences of a Sikh wedding so that they can have their cameras on and ready to shoot when the most precious moments within the ceremony are taking place. This includes the closing sequence of the wedding, which comes after the couple has listened to the Anand Sahib hymn, heard a lecture about marriage success, passed Karah Prashad to everyone and performed the final Ardas. According to Sikhs.org, this is how the closing ceremony of a Sikh wedding is carried out:

“After the Lavan the Anand hymn by Guru Amar Das is recited. This is followed by lectures and kirtan. The religious ceremony is formally concluded by the entire congregation standing for the final Ardas of the marriage. After this Sri Guru Granth Sahib is now opened to any page at random and the hymn is read out as the days order from the Guru for the occasion (hukamnama). Karah Prashad, ceremonial sacramental pudding is then distributed to everyone to mark the formal conclusion of the ceremony”

CB Art Photography Reviews all the most critical parts of traditional religious weddings so that they are never surprised, and that they are always ready to capture those moments of joy that the bride and groom will cherish for the rest of their lives.

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