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Sikhism is the fifth largest organized religion in the world was founded in the Indian Subcontinent’s Punjab by Guru Nanak Dev. Thereafter, it is one of the steadily growing religion with ten successive gurus. The religion is based on a religious philosophy and expression traditionally known as ‘Gurmat’ preaching devotion, truthful living, and equality of humankind and remembrance of God. Sikhism believes in one God where God is shapeless, timeless and sightless.
The religion does not believe in idol, image, picture, statue worship. The famous Guru Granth Sahib is the primary source of the scriptures where scripts are classified into beautiful rags. It is the dominant religion of Punjab in India. Currently It is the fifth-largest organized religion in the world.
The Sikh matrimony traditions and rituals have a strong reflection of Punjabi culture. The Sikh marriage is great fun with long events and exciting affair. The ceremony is known for lots of music and Punjabi song and energetic dancing, beautiful attires and tons of food. Apart from the traditional wedding songs, there are many other varieties of songs like songs from Sikh groom’s side, bride’s side, teasing songs and dholki Sangeet.
Sikhs are joined in wedding lock through the Anand Karaj ceremony in front of Guru Granth Sahib, around which couple circles for four times. After this ceremony, matrimonial is considered to have single soul in two bodies. The marriage is not limited to physical or legal contract but the holy union of two souls and hence neither of the life partners is permitted to take divorce unless special circumstances.