Garhwali people are basically found in the Uttarakhand region of Northern part of India. It is the oldest community of Indo-Aryan people. These Garhwali people are the descendants of Indo-Aryan people. This community is the torch bearer of the Vedic culture and in their every ceremony; one will find the traces of Vedic culture. Beginning from their marriage to their death ceremony, they follow Hindu religion and their culture in every part follows Vedic culture. This community is found everywhere in the North Indian state like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab anb Delhi. A sizeable part of the population is found in overseas. Their tradition and culture are unique to themselves. The native of the hills and beautiful valleys follow a great matrimonial tradition too. They spread an anti-dowry tradition and follow a beautiful matrimonial ceremony. This community always prefers pre-arranged marriage where the elders play a vital role in bringing marriage proposals for the son and daughters. Before they go ahead with the marriage proposal, they find it essential to match the horoscope of the groom with the horoscope of a bride. They follow most of all the rituals of Hindu matrimonial ceremony. First, they follow the engagement ceremony where the bride and grooms are committed for marriages. The unique part of the marriage procession is that it is led by two colors of flags representing the groom and the bride. Generally the white flag represents the Garhwali Grooms where the red flag represents the Garhwali brides which are carried by the last man of the procession. Another unique part of the matrimonial ceremony of the Garhwali community is the Nath ceremony. In this ceremony, a traditional nose ring is provided to the bride. With all their tradition and culture, they accomplish their matrimonial ceremony.