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In Hinduism, marriage is followed by traditional rituals for consummation.
In fact, marriage is not considered complete or valid until consummation. Favorable colours are normally red and gold for this occasion.
Some communities, like the Brahmans in Mithila, use genealogical records ("Panjikas") maintained by the specialists.
Parents also take advice from the brahman called 'Jothidar' in Tamil or 'panthulu or siddanthi ' in Telugu and Kundali Milaan in northen India, who has details of many people looking to get married.
If the astrological chart of the two individuals (male and female) achieve the required threshold in points then further talks are considered for prospective marriage.
Also the man and woman are given a chance to talk and understand each other.
Hindu marriage joins two individuals for life, so that they can pursue dharma (duty), artha (possessions), kama (physical desires), and moksha (ultimate spiritual release) together.
It is a union of two individuals as husband and wife, and is recognized by law.
Wedding ceremonies can be expensive, and costs are typically borne by the parents.