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Hindu marriage is an event, often spanning over days consisting of various customs and traditions. Marriage is a divine solemnity; that no one tends to question. The central point of a Hindu wedding is horoscope. Based on it further decisions are made. Merging of two souls is done in the Hindu wedding for the lifetime of the twain. The marriage is done in front of the fire (Agni Sakshi) as a witness. The rituals of Hindu marriages are varied from caste to caste and region to region. There are various types of Hindu marriages such as Brahma marriage, Arsha marriage, etc... Wedding ceremonies of them are very colorful and their celebrations are depending on their social and economical status..

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Nair is one of the upper caste called Kshatriya in the state of Kerala. Nair weddings are carried out in the traditional way. Niar weddings are short, sweet and simple with some modern elements defined by NSS. The wedding ceremony starts with Nishchayam when the two families agree upon fr marriage. Nischayam is simply the engagement that was not traditional. This was adopted from Tami brahmin community. What is been done during the Nishchayam is elders from the family of both bride and groom giving each other signed letters agreeing to marriage in the presence of a senior Karayogam member. after that follows announcing the date by Karayogam member and exchange of engagement rings. In Palakkad and some places of Trivandrum apart from the following customs they do exchange Nischaya Thamboolam, which contains horoscopes of bride and groom as well as a declaration paper that carries date and time of wedding along with coconut, silk, fowers.

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Nileshwaram or Nileshwar or Neeleswaram is a municipality and a prime town in Kasaragod District, kingdom of Kerala, India. It's far one of the three municipalities in Kasaragod district. Nileshwar is referred to as the cultural capital of Kasaragod, the northernmost district, of Kerala.

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