In Vatsalya village of Sadhvi Ritambhara located in Vrindavan, Mathura, a daughter was married on Sunday, whose birth mother did not give the shade of her lap even for a day. Richa, who grew up in the courtyard of Vatsalya, got married with pomp on Sunday. The bridegroom living in Indore took her as his bride.
Shehnai resonated in Vatsalya village, procession came from Indore
When the shehnai rang on Sunday in Vatsalya village, the ashram of Sadhvi Ritambhara, there was happiness here. Growing up here, Richa became an advocate, then the upbringing sadhvi Ritambara got her married by yellowing her hands. To marry Richa, Vatsalya reached the village with the dedicated procession of Indore. Where the marriage ceremony was performed according to the Sanatan system.
Relationships of emotion overwhelm the relations of blood
The relation of blood of Vatsalya village’s daughter Richa is not known, but love never let her feel the lack of anything. Sanjay Gupta, who became the father of religion, left no stone unturned to make good by making Richa read and write. On being married, the relationship was fixed with Arpit, son of Rajendra Chauhan of Indore.
Sadhvi Ritambara applying turmeric to Richa.
The procession came from Indore to Vatsalya village Vrindavan and according to Indian culture, all the work was duly completed according to Hindu customs. When Richa applied Mehndi, Haldi, then the writing of Lagna Patrika was also done. In order that Richa does not feel the lack of maternal uncle, Lakshmi and Nana Lal Shah, Nani Rekha, Raju Bhai Shah from Surat, Gujarat performed the ritual of wearing rice in the role of maternal uncle.
Seven rounds taken with Vedic mantra recitation
On Sunday, the last day of the marriage program which lasted for 3 days, the procession also went up with pomp. After Jaymala, Acharya Vishnu Kant got the marriage done with Vedic mantras by law. Considering the fire as a witness, Richa took seven rounds with Arpit and entered the householder life.
Sadhvi Ritambhara gets emotional while leaving Richa
When Richa grew up in the courtyard of Vatsalya for 25 years, Sadhvi Ritambhara became emotional when she started going to enter the courtyard of her household life. Sadhvi Ritambara told that she was a Sadhvi, daughters made Didi Maa.