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Hindu Wedding at Copthorne Hotel Effingham Park

Pandit Ram Pandey

It was an honour to perform the Hindu Wedding ceremony of Nilesh & Ayesha at Copthorne Hotel Effingham Park

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It was an honour to perform the Hindu Wedding ceremony of Nilesh & Ayesha at Copthorne Hotel Effingham Park

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Pandit Ram Pandey

I am Pandit Ram Pandey, a Professional Hindu priest living and working in UK. I was born in the foothills of the Himalayan Kingdom in Nepal, in to a simple Brahmin family and from a very young age I began my education at the Bhaktivedanta Swami Gurukula, in Vrindavan, the home of Lord Shri Krishna. This gave me a strong spiritual foundation and in-depth knowledge of our Vedas and Scriptures.

Serving as a priest within the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna Temple) nearly for 14 years has given me in-depth understanding what the younger generation within our Hindu society requires. Having performed Hindu wedding ceremonies for over 10 years in the United Kingdom and internationally has enhanced my experience and knowledge of east and west traditions and it's needs within our society.

I am able to demystify the meaning of the Sanskrit mantras in English so the couple and all the guests present will find informative, and are able to understand the significance of the auspicious ceremony. My aim and objective is to give a clear understanding of the rituals being performed in the Mandap.

The Hindu ceremony unites two individual souls spiritually, mentally and physically. The bond of matrimony is scared and the ceremony of marriage is conducted according to Vedic traditions that date back thousands of years ago. The different ceremonies performed originate from the Vedas, which are the most sacred scriptures of Hinduism.

Although the ceremonies have been simplified in the Morden times, Hindu culture attaches a deep significance to them. Each step of the ceremony has a profound spiritual meaning with a life affirming purpose. The ceremony is conducted in original Sanskrit language the most ancient language in the world, while being translated in English, Hindi and Gujarati as per the request of the Bride and Groom and their family. Most of the hymns and mantras are taken from the Vedas the most ancient scriptures in Hinduism.

I can also be contacted for Satyanarayan Puja, Nava Graha shanti puja/homa, Griha Pravesh, Griha Shanti and many other kinds of Homas, Pujas and Samkaras according to Hindu Sanatan Dharma.