The Meaning And Significance of 7 Pheras in Hindu Wedding!

 The Meaning And Significance of 7 Pheras in Hindu Wedding!

According to the Vedic culture, from the birth of a person till his death, sixteen samskaras are performed. Among these rites, an important rite is considered to be the marriage rite. During Hindu marriages, you often see the bride and groom go round and round the fire. With each of the seven rounds where both the bride and groom take vows and promises. What are these vows taken by the bride and groom during the marriage? Let's discuss this in detail.  

The 7 Vows of 7 Pheras 
Marriage is not recognized among Hindus without seven vows of seven rounds. Nor is the marriage considered complete without it. For this, the girl takes seven promises or vows from the groom which are as follows—
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First round or Phera
This is the first promise or condition that the bride demands from the groom. In this she says that if you ever go on a pilgrimage, take me along with you, do fasting or other religious work, then I should also participate in it. Overall, the meaning of the first Phera is that in any kind of religious work, it is necessary to have a wife along with the husband.

Second round or Phera
The bride tells the groom in her second promise that as you respect your parents, in the same way, my parents will also be your parents, that is, like your parents, you will respect my parents and If you continue to believe in God by performing religious rituals according to the dignity of my family, then I am ready to come to your Vamang. 

Third round or Phera
In the life of every person, there are stages like infancy, childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age, etc. The right age for marriage is youth. Keeping this in mind in the third condition i.e. the third promise, the girl tells the groom that if you are young, Adult, and old age means will take care of him throughout life, and will keep following her. If you accept this, then I accept your wish.

Fourth round or Phera
It is obvious that till the person is not married, he is considered free from the worries of the family, even though the burden of the whole family has come on his shoulders, but before marriage, he is considered free from these responsibilities. In her fourth verse, she makes you realize that after marriage you cannot escape from the responsibilities and in the future, it will be on you to fulfill all the needs of the family. 

If you are capable of this then I am ready to come to your wish. That's why parents also ask the groom's side what the boy does before deciding on the relationship. It simply means whether he is standing on his feet or not. So that he can fulfill his responsibilities to the family.

Fifth round or Phera
This promise is also very important for the girl child. In this fifth promise of hers, the girl demands from the groom that while spending on any kind of work, transaction, etc., he will consult me. This promise underlines the status of equality for women and their rights after marriage, but how many people follow it, all married people must look into their lives.

Sixth round or Phera
This promise also underlines the honor and dignity of the girl. In her sixth condition, the girl tells the groom that if she is present in front of her friends, women, family, or anyone else, she will never insult her in front of everyone and will not indulge in bad habits. Will stay away from habits like alcohol, gambling, etc.

Seventh round or Phera
This is the final Phera in which a promise or vow must be made. The girl asks the groom at this Phera, and she replies that she will regard other women as mothers, i.e., we won't include anybody else as a partner in the romantic bond that has grown between us as husband and wife. If you agree to this promise of mine, only I will be able to fulfill your wish.

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