On an auspicious day, the bridegroom first goes to the bride’s house and invites her. Then the Brides father should perform kanyadanam, put on new clothes, put on the wedding tilak and adorn the feet and decorate the bride nicely. After that, the groom should also take ‘Mangalasnaanam’, put on new clothes, make a wedding dress, adorn the feet with Parani and make the bride. Afterward, the groom says that he is getting married for the sake of ‘Grihasthasrama Dharmacharana, Satsanthanam, Narakavimochanam’ and should perform Rakshabandhan by performing Ganapati Puja and Punyahavachanas. Place a little grain or Akshitas in a new gamba in the spare house and have the bride sit in that gamba and perform Mangala Gauri Puja by the bride.
Brahmamudi, According to our mythology, since the Goddess Parvati is an ancestor, it is customary for the bride to perform Mangala Gauri Puja as the goddess of happiness. After that, the bracelet placed in the Gauri Puja is worn as an amulet for the bride. Next, it is customary for the bridegroom to tell the bridegroom’s father about the groom’s ancestry and ask him to donate. Then the father of the bride also confesses their ancestry. At the time of the next Kanyadana, the Kanyadata swears and says great will. It involves taking the blessings of all the deities like Tvasta, Vishnu, Shiva, Surya, and Indra. After that Kanyadata Suvarnadana, Godana, Bhudanadi Dasamahadana have to be done.
The parents of the bride should consider Varun as Vishnu. Then they wash the feet of the bridegroom, sprinkle it on his head, and worship the bridegroom with new clothes and ornaments. Dakshinatambuladus are placed for the bridegroom and the Dosili and the groom are placed in the Dosili with the fountain. When the bride’s father donates his daughter, he says, ‘Sampradaya Namama’. I mean, I donate this completely to you and relinquish my rights over it, and say that she is no longer mine, but entirely yours. The donor donates without giving up the absolute right to do so. Because her father would not relinquish the responsibility of caring for her if her husband left her due to any problems in the North. Therefore, the bridegroom does not seem to be ‘Parigrihnami’ when he perceives the virgin. It just feels like ‘cessation’. At that point, the bridegroom makes some promises to the groom. They are ‘Dharmecha Arthecha Kamecha Twayaisha Naticharitavya’. That is after both of them are a couple, the husband, without the permission of the wife, should not do any dharma, semantic, lustful deeds. The groom agrees that he will not violate her in matters of ‘Naticharami’, i.e. dharma semantics.
After that, the groom sets the fire. The next honeycomb is a little honey and yogurt fed to him. The bride and groom then place a mixture of cumin and jaggery on each other’s heads. The next bride will tie a rope around her waist. Afterward, the two Mangalasutras, built and worshiped by the Swarnashilpacharya, are brought to the wedding venue with their choirs giving them the appropriate Dakshinaphala Tambola Swayampakadu, placed on the plates of the two Talambaras, and touched by the Muthaiduvas.
The groom then takes the Mangala Sutras and stands in front of the bride, reciting the mantra ‘Mangalyam Tantunanena Mamajivana Hetuna Kanthe Badhnami Subhage Tvam Jeeva Sharadam Shatam’. Next, the bride and groom clean the hands with milk, fill it with Talambaras, and first pour it on the bride’s head. At that time, the mantra ‘Satsantana Vriddhi Gaga’ will be recited. Talambaras are recited by the bride chanting the mantra ‘Let the crops grow’. The Talambaras are placed on the bride’s head by the groom for the third time, saying, “Let there be no growth of grain.” After that, the bride and groom happily pour all the Talambaras on each other’s heads with hands. After that, they tie their knots, indicating that their marital bond will flourish forever. This is called Brahmamudi / Brahmagranthi. The groom then folds his right arm, grasping the bride’s right hand, praying to the gods with the intention that their bond may be maintained and that they may have children. This is called Panigrahan.
The Brahmamudi was explained in many books and performed by Indians constantly.