Shadi Ke Saat Phere: Why do we take seven rounds at the time of marriage? Know its meaning and importance

Shadi Ke Saat Phere: 16 rituals have special importance in Hinduism. Only one of these marriage rituals. Marriage is that sacred bond which is not only a union of two people, but it also teaches us to bear the responsibility. The number of seven matters a lot in marriage, seven rounds (Marriage 7 phere), seven words, seven births, all these have a deep connection with marriage in Hinduism. It is a religious belief that in Hindu tradition marriage does not take place without seven rounds. Let us know why only 7 rounds are taken at the time of marriage, what is the importance of these seven rounds.

Significance of the number seven

According to religious scriptures, the number of all important things on earth is considered to be seven, such as seven notes of music, seven colors of rainbow, seven oceans, seven sages, seven days, seven cycles, seven actions of man, seven stars, etc. This is the reason why  In Vedic and mythological beliefs, the number 7 is considered very auspicious. Keeping these in mind, it is believed to take seven rounds.

Why take 7 rounds in marriage (Marriage Seven phere Importance)

In Hindu culture, the relation of taking seven rounds in marriage is considered to be a bond of seven births. The process of taking seven rounds of the bride and groom in marriage is also called Saptapadi. Considering the fire as a witness, the bride and groom take seven rounds and promise to maintain the husband-wife relationship with body, mind and soul for seven births. These seven rounds are the main pillars of stability of Hindu marriage.

Marriage Seven vachan significance

Seven rounds are taken with 7 words. There is a promise in every round, through which the bride and groom take a pledge to be together in every way throughout their life. These seven rounds and promise have importance in Hindu practice  The union of two people physically and spiritually, which is called the sacred bond of marriage. It is said that a man takes seven births, that is why the bride and groom are called companions of seven births.

When are the marriages in the year 2022-2023

  • Nov 2022 Vivah Muhurta – 21, 24 25, 27, 28 November 2022
  • December 2022 Marriage Muhurat – 2, 7, 8, 9 December 2022
  • January 2023 Marriage Muhurat – 15, 16, 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31 January 2023
  • February 2023 Marriage Muhurat – 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 22, 23, 28 February  2023
  • March 2023 Marriage Muhurta – 6, 9, 11, 13 March 2023

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Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on beliefs and information only. It is important to mention here that does not confirm any kind of recognition, information. Before acting on any information or belief, seek relevant expert advice.

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