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Documents.


What documents will be require for Marriage at Aryasamaj Kukatpally

Age Proof.

( Birth Certificate / SSC Certificate / Passport )

Address Proof.

( Voter Card / Ration Card / Aadhar Card / Driving License/ Passport )

Passport Size Photographs.

6 Passport Size Photographs of each Marrying Persons.

Witness.

2 witnesses with ID & Address proof along with 1 passport size photographs of each Marring Persons.

Rs.10/- Non Judicial Stamp Paper

One on the Name Of BrideGroom & One on the Name Of Bride.

Required Things.

( Mangalsutra / Mettalu / 2 Garlands / Loose Flowers / 1kg sweets )
Dress Code:
BrideGroom: Kurthi / Dhothi
Bride: Saree

Who Are We.


We organises Aryasamaj marriages in Kukatpally Hyderabad.

Our Process.

Arya Samaj Marriage is such a good type of Marriage. Both parties are required to be present after documents issue of public notice inviting people. Copy of the notice is sent to the both parties. Registration has done in same day. Four witness should be present with their identity proof.

Our Procedures.

Arya Samaj Marriage is very simple and gets solemnized. To get married according to Arya Samaj system its required to submit a few genuine documents i.e. birth certificate to verify the original date of birth, affidavits stating date of birth, marital status and nationality (independently by both the parties), two witnesses from each side. A valid marriage certificate is also provided after successful completion of whole marriage ceremony that may be registered in Indian Courts for further social security. Further I am going to describe the major sovereign benefits of Arya Samaj Marriage.

Our Advise.

It is advisable for couple marrying to make sure to get the certificate as it is becoming a problem with demand of marriage certificate rising specially for females when they go for bank accounts, dependent visas etc. Although it is not impossible to get it later but there are still hassles which can be easily avoided.

आर्य समाज के नियम
Principles of Arya Samaj .


१. सब सत्यविद्या और जो पदार्थ विद्या से जाने जाते हैं, उन सबका आदिमूल परमेश्वर है।
1. The first (efficient) cause of all true knowledge, and all that is known through knowledge, is God, the Highest Lord.
२. ईश्वर सच्चिदानंदस्वरूप, निराकार, सर्वशक्तिमान्, न्यायकारी, दयालु, अजन्मा, अनन्त, निर्विकार, अनादि, अनुपम, सर्वाधार, सर्वेश्वर, सर्वव्यापक, सर्वान्तर्यामी, अजर, अमर, अभय, नित्य, पवित्र और सृष्टिकर्ता है। उसी की उपासना करनी योग्य है।
2. God (Ishwara) is existent, and blissful. He is formless, omnisicient, unborn, endless, unchangeable, beginningless, the support of all, the master of all, omnipresent, immanent, unageing, immortal, fearless, eternal, holy, and the maker of all. He alone is worthy of being worshipped. ३. वेद सब सत्यविद्याओं का पुस्तक है। वेद का पढ़ना – पढ़ाना और सुनना – सुनाना सब आर्यो का परम धर्म है।
3. Vedas are the scripture record of true knowledge. It is the first duty of the Aryas to read them, teach them, recite them, and hear them being recited.
४. सत्य के ग्रहण करने और असत्य के छोड़ने सर्वदा उद्यत रहना चाहिए।
4. One should always be ready to accept truth and give up untruth. ५. सब काम धर्मानुसार, अर्थात् सत्य और असत्य को विचार करके करने चाहिएँ।
5. One should do everything according to the dictates of Dharma, i.e. after due reflection over right and wrong.
६. संसार का उपकार करना इस समाज का मुख्य उद्देश्य है, अर्थात शारीरिक, आत्मिक और सामाजिक उन्नति करना।
6. Doing good to the whole world is the primary objective of this society, i.e. to look to its physical, spiritual and social welfare.
७. सबसे प्रीतिपूर्वक, धर्मानुसार, यथायोग्य वर्तना चाहिए।
7. Let thy dealing with all be regulated by love and justice, in accordance with the dictates of Dharma.
८. अविद्या का नाश और विद्या की वृद्धि करनी चाहिए।
8. One should promote knowledge (vidya) and dispel ignorance (avidya).
९. प्रत्येक को अपनी ही उन्नति से सन्तुष्ट न रहना चाहिए, किन्तु सब की उन्नति में अपनी उन्नति समझनी चाहिए।
9. One should not be content with one’s own welfare alone, but should look for one’s welfare in the welfare of all.
१०. सब मनुष्यों को सामाजिक, सर्वहितकारी, नियम पालने में परतन्त्र रहना चाहिए और प्रत्येक हितकारी नियम पालने में सब स्वतंत्र रहें।
10. One should regard one’s self under restrictions to follow altruistic rulings of society, while in following rules of individual welfare all should be free.

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Arya Samaj is a social organisation founded by Swami Dayanand saraswati in 1875 in Mumbai.Arya samaj in Hyderabad not only organises marriages but also provide many religious and social services for the upliftment of society.The services provided by arya samaj is following:-
Yagya/Hawan
Namkaran sanskar
Mundan sanskar
Marriage ceremony
Marriage registration Certificate
Pravachan
Vedic Pravachan
Arya samaj vedic pravachan pandit ji is always available to provide religious services in all over Hyderabad & Secunderabad in telangana,
Arya samaj in Kukatpally provide you the marriage registration facility also which enables you to get the legal proof of your marriage.

The 16 Samskaras.

Most Brahmins communities used to follow complex rituals in connection with major events in their lives, such as pregnancy, childbirth, education, marriage, and death. Although, the number of major samskaras fluctuates between 12 and 18 in the Grhya Sutras, later, it became 16 (Hindi: sola) in number, generally known as "Shodasha Samskaras" (Ṣoḍaśa Saṃskāra).

Garbhadhana

Garbhadhana (IAST: Garbhādāna) (literally, gifting the womb), is the act of conception. This is the first sacrament which followed immediately on every matrimonial union. There are a number of rites performed before conception. The act of first sexual intercourse or insemination is known as nishekam.
The different Grhyasutras differ in their point of view, whether the garbhadhana is to be performed only once, during the first conception, or every time the woman conceives. In the first case it is considered as a kshetra-samskara (once the kshetra, or 'field', has been purified, it remains pure), and in the second case as a garbha-samskara (every time the garbha, or 'womb' conceives, it needs to be purified)..

Pumsavana

Pumsavana (IAST: puṃsavana) (literally, engendering a male issue) is a ritual conducted in the third month of pregnancy. If it is the first pregnancy, it can be in the fourth month also. The pregnant woman consumes one bead of barley and two beads of black grain, along with a little curd. This is accompanied by religious chanting.
The time prescribed for the pumsavana differs in different Grhyasutras, and can be extended up to the eighth month of pregnancy, according to some. Some grhyasutras also give a later date for pregnancies after the first (which might be related to the fact that the signs of pregnancy are less prominent during the first few months, if the woman has already given birth once).

Simantonnayana

Simantonnayana (IAST: Sīmantonnayana) (literally, parting the hair) sacrament is performed in the fourth or fifth month of a woman's first pregnancy. Simantonnayana is conducted for the protection of the mother at the critical period of gestation. This samskara is performed to both invoke protection of the mother and unborn child from demons and spirits that might want to cause harm to the mother and child, as well as to ensure good health, success and prosperity for the unborn child.
Fragrant oil is poured on the head of pregnant woman. A line of parting is drawn three times through her hair from the forehead upwards with three stalks of 'Kusha' grass bound together. The Pranava mantram Aum and the sacred words called Vyahritis (Bhur, Bhuvah, Svah) are chanted during each operation. If the child is still-born, this has to be repeated during the next pregnancy.

Jatakarman

Jatakarman (IAST: Jātakarman) (literally, natal rites) is meant for the development of the intellect of the child. When a male child is born, the ritual connected with birth is performed immediately (within 90 Naazhika). A small portion of a mixture of gold, ghee and honey is given to the new born infant, this process, as per ayurveda, is called as swarna prashana samskara.This rite symbolises good fortune.

Namakarana

Namakarana (IAST: Nāmakaraṇa) (literally, naming) ceremony is performed to name the child. It is performed on the 11th day after birth.

Nishkramana

Nishkramana (IAST: Niṣkrāmaṇa) (literally, first outing) on the fourth month after birth, the child is taken out into the open for the first time.

Annaprashana

Annaprashana (IAST: Annaprāśana) (literally, feeding food) ritual, which takes place when a child is six months old, is the first time the child eats solid food, in India, rice. A few grains of rice mixed with ghee are fed to the infant. This is an important ritual among all sections of Hindus.

Chudakarana

Chudakarana (IAST: Cūḍākaraṇa) (literally, arrangement of the hair tuft), also known as choulam or mundana (literally, tonsure) is the ceremony of cutting child's hair for first time. In the child's third or fifth year, the head is shaved, leaving behind a small tuft of hair.

Karnavedha

Karnavedha (IAST: Karṇavedha) (literally, ear-piercing) is piercing the ears. This is done with a particular thorn. Butter is applied to the wound. It is applicable to both male and female children.

Vidyarambha

Vidyarambha (IAST: Vidyāraṃbha) (or Akshararambha) (literally, commencement of studies) is done either when the child attains three or five years. On the tongue of the child the letters "Hari Sri Ganapataye Namah Avignamastu" and all the alphabets are written with a piece of gold. The child is made to write the same letters from "Hari Sri" onwards with its index finger on raw rice in a bell metal vessel and the child is made to utter each word when it is written. Either the father of the child or an eminent teacher officiates at this ritual.

Upanayana

Upanayana (IAST:Upanayana) is the ceremony of wearing the sacred thread called Yajñopaveetam. When male child attains eight years, the wearing of the sacred thread Yajñopavita, is ceremoniously done. It is taking the child to the teacher for initiation of formal education. Along with the sacred thread, the hide of the antelope called Krishnajinam is also worn by the boy. The upanayanam ceremony is followed by brahmopadesham - teaching Gayatri mantra to the boy.

Praishartha

Praishartha (or Vedarambha) is the learning of Vedas and Upanishads in‘Gurukulam’ or ‘Pāṭhaśāla’. In the beginning of each academic period there is a ceremony called Upakarma and at the end of each academic period there is another ceremony called Upasarjanam.

Keshanta and Ritusuddhi

Keshanta (IAST: Keśānta) (literally, getting rid of hairs) is the first shave. It is ceremoniously performed for a boy at his age of 16.
Ritusuddhi is a ceremony associated with a girl's first menstruation.

Samavartana

Samavartana (IAST: Samāvartana) (literally, graduation) is the ceremony associated with the end of formal education of Vedas in ‘Gurukula’ or ‘Pāṭhaśāla’. This ceremony marks the end of studenthood. This also marks the end of Brahmacharyaasrama of life.

Vivaha4

Vivaha (IAST: Vivāha) (Marriage). The Ritual of marriage. There were 8 forms of marriage practiced in Ancient India.

Antyeshti

Antyesti (IAST: Antayeṣṭi) (literally, last rites), sometimes referred to as Antima Samskaram, are the rituals associated with funeral. This samskara is not mentioned in the lists of samskaras in most of the grhyasutras and other texts that speak about samskaras. The details and procedures of this rite are given in separate texts, dealing only with this topic. The reason for leaving this rite out is that it is not considered as a pure and auspicious rite, and it should therefore not be mentioned along with the other, pure, samskaras.

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