Agnikula is an Indian community belonging to the Agnivansha. The grooms of Angikula community are believed to be descended from Agni, the God of Fire. The lineage of Agnikula is one of the three lineages belonging to the Kshatriya or Rajput caste of Indian Hindus. The main surnames of Angikula grooms are Bhadauria, Parihar, Parmar, Chalukya, and Chauhan. The Agnikula matrimony involves wedding between the sub castes. However, weddings within the same sub caste among the community are condemned according to ancient customs. The rituals followed in the matrimony of this community is very are similar to other Rajput weddings. Since the community is believed to be originated from the fire lineage, the role of sacred fire is considered vital for wedding ceremonies. The Rajput Angikula Kshatriya brides look resplendent on her wedding day. They wear lehenga and chunni in auspicious colours such as red, pink, maroon, orange, etc. The most common colour for wedding attire is red. Most brides love to wear heavy saris in bright colours such as red, maroon, or pink. They must have ornaments for brides from this community include a special mangtikka or a Rakhdi. This is an important part of jewellery which is worn on bride's forehead on wedding day and other auspicious ceremonies. Other accessories include bangles, bajuband, neckpieces, anklets, and finger rings. Most of the ornaments are made of gold and gifted by her parents and parents-in-law for the occasion. The bridal dress comes from groom's side.