Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
The Hindu wedding cards are enriched with various religious symbols and motifs which are considered sacred and auspicious for a wedding ceremony. Apart from being enchanting and eye-catching these designs and patterns have religious as well as spiritual significance. Besides they also improve the beauty of the Hindu wedding cards. Here are the various types of symbols used in Hindu wedding cards. Om- symbol of peace and divinity It is the most significant symbol in Hindu culture. It is seen as an emblem of the three principal gods of Hindus- Brahma Vishnu and Shiva. This motif symbolizes the beginning of a text and therefore is used for the wedding cards to bring sanctity peace and ecstasy.
These cards glorify the value of wedding in any religion or caste. Thus there is something or the other for everyone. Scroll wedding cards reflects a historic style and is very much in style these days. Some of the important things that you must look out for while shopping for a scroll wedding card are: Quality of cloth used for making the card The color of the cloth A thread is generally used to wrap the cloth. It should also compliment the texture and color of the cloth You can make your scroll card as attractive as you wish by adding zari and laces to it Types of scroll wedding cards: There are many types available. You can make your choice according to your taste and preferences.
All the major Hindu rituals start with Om. The Hindus believed that it is the sound that was heard at the time universe was created. Lord Ganesha- destroyer of hurdles Lord Ganesha is a very well-known deity in Hindu religion and is always worshiped before the beginning of any auspicious work to remove all the hurdles and obstructions. Lord Ganesha is considered the God of wealth education and knowledge. He is an epitome of prosperity and joy. Consequently the motifs of Lord Ganesha are printed on wedding cards to make the wedding free from any obstacles. Swastika- epitome of prosperity and strength The Swastika symbol should not be mistaken with the Nazi symbol. However it is the second most important symbols for Hindus.