Panicker (or Panikker) is the last name of Kaniyar community found in Kerala who are mostly involved in the field of teaching martial arts and inhabit the central and northern regions of Kerala. Their cultural aspects in many ways have been unparalleled by most cultures of India. The Panicker matrimony is also the same as the matrimonies of other cultures in India celebrated with great joy. The bride is adorned with jewelleries, ornaments, beautiful clothing and other things. Singing and dancing is a common tradition. It is a magnificent event extending up to four to five days. Various rituals take place and the bride and groom are beautified to their full extent. The pre wedding rituals include Panda Kaal Muhurtham, Sumangali Prarthanai, Pallikai Thellichal, Naandi Shraartham, Nichyadharatham and Lagna Pathirigai. And then the wedding rituals include Mangala Snaanam, Gauri Puja, Kashi Yatra, Pada Puja, Maalai Maatral, Oonjal, Kanayadanam, Muhurtam, and the Saptapadi. All the rituals are performed with great pomp. All the relatives and friends take part in many ceremonies happening in the pre-wedding period at both bride and groom's place. Finally the wedding day is full of activities all around marked by several different rituals. A Panicker matrimony is the holy ceremony which brings together two families into an unbreakable bond. The emotions of the families, traditions and ceremonies of both families are a major attraction for any individual. You cannot capture all the things in a picture because numerous things are going on at the same time. The colours and elements of a happy wedding stand out in a Panicker wedding.