Goodbye from Daughter in Tears to Everyone is Vidaai
Tears, Distress and Joy at Vidai in Indian WeddingVidaai is when the daughter leaves her family home to join her husband and in-laws at their residence. Vidaai, or departure, of the bride is a very touching moment in Hindu wedding for everyone present there. It is now the time when 'barat', i.e. the entire wedding team from the groom's side will take vidaai (permission to depart) to back home along with the bride. She is now leaving for her new home and vidaai is very distressful as it is at this moment that all the previous thoughts run through her mind of the place she was born and brought up, where she had played to grow up from a child to a teenager. She is taking with her all the good lessons taught to her by her parents to be good in housekeeping, cooking and respecting elders. Vidaai after Hindu wedding means her connections with her family now become of secondary value and she must be the pride of the new home, always helping and sharing everything with her husband and be obedient to her in-laws. She is now taking vidaai from her family, leaving her loved ones behind, brothers, sisters, parents and well wishers. Have a friend for dating and friendship before vidaai takes place on ApnaMatch. It is now the duty of her husband and in-laws to look after her welfare and do every thing possible to make her feel comfortable in the new environments.
Tears Out of Love All Around at VidaaiVidaai is a distressful part of Hindu wedding, and at this moment of departure, no one can make her stop crying, which is though entirely out of love. Everyone present there, even from the groom's side, also joins in and sheds a few tears. If you have a few tears to shed, be part of vidaai and find a companion for friendship, dating or marriage at ApnaMatch.
Male members of the bride's family bid farewell to the groom by applying the traditional 'tilak' (vermilion) on his forehead and shower him with gifts. In earlier times the bride used to leave in a doli, a palanquin. These days the couple leaves in a decorated car. The groom, his parents and others are happy for the extreme love shown by the bride's side. Now it is their duty to make sure that the new member joining their family gets all the care to feel comfortable in the new environments.
Her parents and family members cannot control two things: free flow of tears on her vidaai and happiness on her joining her husband to start a successful new life of her own. They remember her saying out of ignorance as a small child that she would never leave them and would be with them all her life as she extremely loved them and other members of the family. But, alas, a girl has to go through vidaai in Hindu wedding and leave everyone behind to live with her husband. An Indian girl is considered from day one of her birth to be someone else's property, the very special someone who has been found now. Log on and complete an Indian matrimonial registration to find beautiful brides for life long union.
The male members of the bride's family bid farewell to the groom by applying the traditional 'tilak' (vermilion) on his forehead and shower him with gifts.
In earlier times the bride used to leave in a doli, a palanquin. These days the couple leaves in a car decorated with flowers. After the vidaai of their daughter, a big vacuum gets created in her parents' home, which usually takes some time to fill up.