SRI LANKA’S NO. 1 WEDDING WEBSITE

Vishvi Wedding

Vishvi Wedding

No 41 Welikada Plaza Rajagiriya

0114383106

www.vishviweddings.com

janalgama@gmail.com

Hela Abhimansala

Hela Abhimansala

No 559A Galle Road Panadura

0718403121

www.facebook/helaabimansala

helaabimansaa@gmail.com

Ideal Wedarts

Ideal Wedarts

No 4B/71/R N H S Raddolugama

0773060842

Isiwara Siritha

Isiwara Siritha

3rd Floor Main Street Hanwella

0362255007

Kivimira Creations

Kivimira Creations

346/02 Welipatha Pelanwatta Panipitiya

0773249549

wasanthakumarasiri1@gmail.com

Niroshine Flora

Niroshine Flora

247/A Lake Road Maharagama

0115717398

niroshineflora@gmail.com

Pubudu Cultural Troupe

Pubudu Cultural Troupe

No 23/3 1/1 Circular Road Mount Lavinia

0112735384

www.pubuducultural.com

pubuducultural@gmail.com

Ranga Kala

Ranga Kala

No 25 Kumarathunga Road Negombo

0777043108

Samali

Samali

No 1/7 Colombo Road Jaliyagoda Piliyandala

0115645975

Siri Wedding

Siri Wedding

No 389/2 Old Road Kottawa Pannipitiya

0714234610

wasanthakumarasiri1@gmail.com

Smart Flora

Smart Flora

3B/3 Welikada Road Gothatuwa

0777412335

www.smartflora.lk

aravinda@smartflora.lk

Sri Lakshmi Kalayathanaya

Sri Lakshmi Kalayathanaya

No 228/84 Welagewatta Milidduwa Galle

0912247872

Sri Lankan Dancing Troupe

Sri Lankan Dancing Troupe

No 89/1/B High Level Road Panipitiya

0718205056

warunamangalasewaya@gmail.com

Udara Mangala Sewa

Udara Mangala Sewa

No 179 Maya Avenue Colombo 06

0112586682

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Ashtaka & Jayamangala Gatha

Ashtaka are recited by an experienced elderly person called the Gurunnanse. In a Poruwa ceremony traditional rituals are carried out by him. The bride's father leads her to the Poruwa, while one of the bridegroom's maternal uncle leads the bridegroom to the Poruwa. Tying the nuptial knot means the bride's right hand thumb and the bridegroom's right hand thumb are tied with a thread and water is poured over them using a Pan Kendiya. In the exchange of wedding rings the bridegroom slips on the bride's ring on her ring finger and vice versa. The bridegroom offers a lengthy bundle of white cloth to his mother-in-law and the exchanging of other valuable gifts by both parties also tales place there. When the couple get down from the Poruwa at an auspicious time, Jayamangala Gatha is recited by three or four young lasses.