Hindu matrimonial tradition is totally different from other culture and tradition. Another way it can be said that marriage is the legal union of two hearts. In Hindi marriage is called "Vivah" and Vivah is the most sacred of all rituals in Hindu religion. It represents indissoluble bond which joins two individuals for life. Hindu wedding ceremony and rituals are observed according to the ancient cultural norms laid down by the Vedas. Hindu wedding does not bring only the souls together also brings two families closer. That is the cause all the rituals of Hindu marriage involves the role of all the family members. Beginning from grandparents to siblings, everyone plays vital role in the marriage ceremony of the individual. Hindu marriage includes a number of traditions and customs that strengthens the faith in marriage as an institution. Mostly Hindu wedding involves three kinds of ceremonies that are Pre Wedding, Wedding and Post Wedding. A Hindu bride wears a Saree or alehenga according to the region. Red is considered to be the most auspicious color among Hindus and mostly a Hindu bride is found in red saree during wedding ceremony. While saree is preferred as the bridal costume mostly in southern and eastern India, other parts of India accept Lehenga and Gagra Choli as the bridal dress. On the other hand, Hindu grooms are usually foundwearing Sherwani, Jodhpuri suit or a dhoti-kurta. A wedding turban is must for bridegrooms in Hindu marriage and the style of the turban varies in different states of India. Along with the norms of marriage, costume also receives its influences from the sacred texts of Hinduism.