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The people of Gujarat (Gujarati’s) belongs to ethnic group located in the western part of India. Gujarati is an Indo-Aryan language evolved from Sanskrit and is very sweet, simple and easy to learn. The main accepted dialects are standard Gujarati, Kathyawadi, Parsi, and Kutchhi. Some of the castes among the community are Patel, Vaishnav, Brahmin, Leva Patel, Lohana, Audichya and Rajput.
Apart from Gujarat, the community is found in various Indian states of Maharashtra (Mumbai), Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, New Delhi, and Diu and Daman. Gujarati’s also has a strong presence in various countries like USA, Canada, UK, South African countries, Australia and many European countries.
Gujarati’s are deeply immersed in cultural ethics and take lots of pride in celebrating their festival with ceremonies and complete devotion. They are colorful, joyous and vibrant people when it comes to celebrating a marriage ceremony. In the community, the marriages are considered the pious occasion celebrated with traditional rituals, entertaining customs and lots of prayers for matrimonial for starting their new life together.
Some of the main rituals of a Hindu wedding in the community are Baraat (the wedding procession), Ganesh Puja (The worship of Lord Ganesh), Kanya Daan (Giving away of the daughter), Vivaah (Wedding), Mangal Phera (The Circumambulation of the Sacred Fire), Saptapadi (Seven Sacred Steps - Oaths), Mangal Sutra and Suhaag or Sindhoordana (The placing of sindoor on the girl’s hair by the boy).
Major part of the community forms the entrepreneur class of people who loves to spend money on celebrating marriage ceremony with great pomp and show. A marriage ceremony is full of entertaining events like music, dance, Garba, colorful clothing and traditional cuisine. On the day of the wedding, the union of bride and groom carries a lot of significance and considered an auspicious couple for the day. It is well said that a single Gujarati staying in any corner of the world reflects the cultural values of Gujarat.