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CB Art Photography Reviews Guru Ram Das

CB Art Photography Reviews Guru Ram Das

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CB Art Photography By cbartphotography Updated Feb 17, 2015

The expert staff at CB Art Photography reviews a number of Sikh wedding ceremony traditions in order to capture the most touching moments with their cameras. They also know the readings that take place at these events, such as the Guru Ram Das, which is explained by below:

“The officiate now reads the Lavan hymn of Guru Ram Das which is composed of four stanzas. The four stanza of the hymn describes the progression of love between a husband and wife which is analogous to that between the soul (bride) and God (the husband). After the conclusion of the recitation of each stanza the groom followed by the bride holding the end of the scarf go around Sri Guru Granth Sahib in a clockwise direction while the ragis sing out the recited Lavan stanza. After each round the couple sit down and listen while the officiate reads the next stanza. The ragis then sing it while the couple completes another walk around Sri Guru Granth Sahib. This process is repeated four times in total for each stanza of the Lavan after which the couple sit down. During their walk around Sri Guru Granth Sahib often there will be members of the girls family who help her complete her rounds with her husband. This is to signify their support for her as she leaves one family for another.”

CB Art Photography is dedicated to knowing each and every aspect of a traditional wedding so that they can prepare themselves for the most precious moments.

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