Saptapadi

Saptapadi (Sanskrit: Sanskrit: सप्तपदी, Malayalam: സപ്തപദി, Bengali: সপ্তপদী, Kannada:ಸಪ್ತಪದಿ, Telugu: సప్తపది, English: seven steps, saptapadī) is the most important rite (Sanskrit, Hindi: rītī) of a Hindu marriage ceremony. The word, Saptapadi means "Seven steps". After tying the Mangalsutra, the newly wed couple take seven steps around the holy fire, that is called Saptapadi.

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