The beginning of the newly married life for the couple starts from the Roka ceremony. Roka function is a pre-wedding ceremony usually held at the bride’s Place or any venue like a hall or hotel. Bride and Groom families bring gifts, sweets, fruits, and dry fruits and exchange with each other greeted best wishes for the better future of the upcoming married couple. Roka is an official announcement of the boy and the girl getting married to each other. Therefore, the Roka ceremony is the first step into the new journey of newly bonded families, particularly the bride and groom.
Puja is performed according to the Indian rituals and traditions in presence with qualified pandits who recite the holy verses and perform the rituals like Ganapathi Puja, Kalash Puja, and Ashirwad.
When to Perform Roka Ceremony?
- This ceremony is performed on any auspicious Muhurat chosen by both families.
Book Pandit for the Roka ceremony. Panditji will bring all the Puja Samagri. All the Pandits are well experienced and studied from Vedic Pathshala.