I'd imagine things were done really simple back then, even the reception parties were probably simple. I'v seen some family wedding movies from the 80s and in the reception parties they were eating in those plastic plates and cups lol
These days they having reception parties in 5* hotels, cruises, wearing diamonds etc Its mad how out of hand things have gotten! a lot of these couples also step back and push their parents to the front when it comes to the bills! stupid ungrateful idiots!!
My cousin sister got engaged a few years back (they broke up, never got married) and the engagement party was like in a community center and the food was prepared by those Punjabi ladies that make samosas at home, lol but my cousin and the guy she was engaged to were happy! they didn't care! and its gd they kept it simple because they broke up later anyway.
its in their intro sarlohi Singhs of Toronto, they seem to be a refreshing channel in terms of increasing peoples sikhi knowledge and vocab , they are riling nastiks up no end like Harnek the NZ haramghor
At the end of Brahm Kavach, we read the last line of dohra goes "paatth sava laakh havan kar jeet jung tab hog". At a basic level, it seems like it means "when you do 1,25,000 paatths of Brahm Kavach along with the Havan, you shall be victorious in the battlefield". There are videos of Nihangs doing just this. But I've heard as per SGGS ji, Havan is not in line with Gurmat. Why do Nihung Singh light the fire? Someone please reply and dispell my doubt. Thankyou.
Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh