Grihapravesh Mapta for Shagun Wedding Traditonal Ritual

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According to Indian tradition, after marriage the arrival of the new bride at her new or marital home for the first time is also called as the Graha Pravesh. When the bride arrives at her new home, her mother-in-law, welcomes her with the traditional 'Aarti'. This is done in order to ward off any evil influences from her. After this, the bride kicks a vessel filled with rice and coins. This vessel is called as Mapta. This symbolizes the arrival of wealth and prosperity in her marital home.

It is then followed by another ritual wherein the bride puts her right foot onto a tray kept on the entrance of the house. The tray contains vermilion powder mixed with water or milk. She covers her both the feet in the red paste and enters the house bare feet, making footprints on the floor. This symbolizes the arrival of good luck and fortune in the new house. In India, the newly wedded bride is considered as Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Due to this the Graha pravesh of the new bride is a very auspicious ceremony.

Dimensions: 6.25 inches x 4.25 inches [Top Diameter]
Design: Made of cardboard and colored in yellow / green with beautiful motifs.
Weight: 250 gms
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Short DescriptionThis vessel is called as Mapta. This symbolizes the arrival of wealth and prosperity in her marital home.

Dimensions: 6.25 inches x 4.25 inches [Top Diameter]
Design: Made of cardboard and colored in yellow / green with beautiful motifs.
Weight: 250 gms
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