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The Sikh Marriages Ravi General purpose Inform Specific Purpose To inform about Sikh Marriages Attention Getter Stereotypes I know that everyone has some sort of stereo about an aspect of culture The Sikh culture has its stereotypes of arrange marriages I know that in the last 10-15 year this stereotype has began to fade away Im here to educate your mind on this stereotype Central IdeaPreview Statement vMost of the time the marriages are arranged vIts not just not when two bodies are being unites its more like the two souls being untied vThe marriage ceremony Anand Karage is performed in front of Guru Granth religious book of Sikhism vThey are being united by the use of the Anand Karage This is a way in which the 2 souls are being brought together vEach verse explains the four stages of love and married life vThis marriage Ceremony is preformed by reading the 4 verses called lava from the holy book which is called the Guru Granth Later we will discuss the meaning of the crucial lava verses and the significance it has on these arranged marriages With educating you on arrange marriages I would like to tell you all aspects of it Which would include divorces in some rare cases Now Sikh culture mind you does not encourage divorces Sikh marriages are not treated as a damn social contract but rather as a fusion of 2 souls into one According to the guru the bride and groom should love each other above anyone else Pre- Summary 1Arranged marriages and love marriage 2 Anand Karage Ceremony 3 Divorce 1 Anand Karage meaning ceremony of bless The fourth Guru Guru Ramdas originally composed Lava the wedding song to celebrate a holy union between human soul Athma and God Parmatma The Guru wishes that our married life should also
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