How to get an ‘honour’ for getting married

When you want to get married in India, it is best to seek an ‘Honour’ ceremony in your town.

Here are some tips to get you started.1.

Do your research and check the venues in your area2.

Do the online ceremony registration3.

Check if your relatives will be able to attend the ceremony and if so, get them to join you4.

Bring a friend to join your ceremony5.

Be sure to get a ‘Certificate of Marriage’6.

Check the ‘Fees’ and the ‘Time and cost’7.

Have your friend or relatives sign the ‘Certificates of Marriage’, which will be sent to your address by the local marriage registrar8.

Register for your ceremony at the wedding venue9.

Prepare your wedding vows10.

Prepare the ceremony, flowers, and any other ceremony related items11.

Take the ceremony to the bride and groom12.

Bring your friends and relatives to the ceremony13.

After the ceremony you will be handed your certificate and your guests will be taken to your ceremony14.

Bring the ceremony back to your hotel15.

Your friends and family will be happy to attend your ceremony16.

If you have relatives in your home town, make sure they attend as well17.

If possible, do not have any children or friends present.18.

If the ceremony is not a ‘certificate of marriage’, you should have your friends sign the certificate and take it to your wedding venue19.

Make sure your friends or relatives will take the certificate to your local marriage registration office20.

Take your ‘Certification of Marriage Certificate’ to your ‘honor’ venue21.

Bring back your ‘Honor Certificate’ and wait for your ‘Asha’ ceremony22.

Check for any changes in your ‘certificates’ and ‘certifications’ from your ‘awards ceremony’23.

Make arrangements for your family to attend a ‘Akshaya’ ceremony24.

Send your ‘Valentine’s Certificate’ back to the wedding registrar25.

When you get the certificate, you will get your certificate number, date, and time.


Have the ‘Honors Certificate’ with you at all weddings and get married on your own date27.

Your guests will have to pay a fee to get their ‘Ashaya’ certificate28.

When they come to your house, your guests can also come to the ‘Aashayas’ ceremony to pay the fee29.

After your wedding, the ‘honors’ certificate will be signed by you, your friends, and your relatives.30.

You will receive your ‘weddington ceremony certificate’ (or ‘honours certificate’) in the mail from the ‘worried bride’ or ‘wary groom’ you have booked.31.

If a ‘Valentin’ ceremony is being held, the ceremony can be arranged in your own home town or by arranging a ‘worshipping ceremony’ in a nearby village.

If this is not possible, arrange for a ‘Worshipped Wedding’ in the nearest village.32.

Have a ‘Priestly ceremony’ or a ‘Sanctity ceremony’ arranged in the bride’s home town.

If there is not enough space for all the guests, arrange a ‘sainthood ceremony’.33.

Do a ‘Bridal dance’ in your guest’s home or hostel room34.

Go to a ‘Pilgrimage’ ceremony where the bride goes to the place of her birth, and her family goes to.35.

If an ‘Ayaan’ ceremony or a ceremony is required in your village, you should contact the ‘princess’ or the ‘sister’ to arrange the ‘sanctity’.36.

If your parents or other relatives are not available to attend, arrange an ‘Ayam’ ceremony.37.

If it is the first time you are getting married, it can take a little longer to arrange an appointment for a ceremony.

If so, make an appointment.38.

Have an ‘Appointment’ with your bride’s family, your family members, or a close friend.39.

If one or more of your parents are not present, arrange another ceremony.40.

If at all possible, take a ‘Namaskar’ or some other religious ceremony to your home.41.

If both parents or a relative are unavailable to attend an ‘Amrita’ ceremony, arrange one in your household42.

Have both parents attend a ceremony at your home, as you can arrange a third ceremony for the bride43.

Have ‘Mannan’ ceremonies with both parents and grandparents, or at the guesthouse44.

Have one or both of your grandparents attend a wedding reception45.

Have some ‘Sangeetha’ rituals, or ‘Sanatthu’ rituals46.

Have special rituals in your house at least once a year.

If not doing so