New Delhi. The wedding season is starting after Makar Sankranti. In the new year, from January 15, couples looking forward to marriage across the country will tie the knot. This time this wedding season is going to last till June, due to which not only there is happiness in the families engaged in marriage preparations, but also the traders across the country are excited. According to the Confederation of All India Traders, this time around 70 lakh marriages will take place across the country. While money will also be shed like water in marriage functions and purchases.
According to CAT, according to an estimate, in these 70 lakh marriages, there is an estimated business of more than Rs 13 lakh crore in this season. National President of CAT BC Bhartia and National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that in Delhi alone more than 8 lakh marriages are estimated to take place in this season due to which there is a possibility of business of about Rs 1.25 lakh crore in Delhi itself. Whereas in the month of November to December last year, about 32 lakh marriages took place in the marriage phase and business of more than Rs 3.75 lakh crore was done.
Bhartia and Khandelwal told that in this wedding season, about 10 lakh weddings will cost about 3 lakh rupees each, about 10 lakh marriages will cost about 5 lakhs per marriage, 15 lakh marriages in which 10 lakhs per marriage, 10 lakh marriages in which 15 lakh per marriage, 10 lakh marriages in which 25 lakh per marriage, 10 lakh marriages in which 35 lakh per marriage, 3 lakh marriages in which about 50 lakh per marriage and 2 lakh marriages in which 1 crore or more money is spent Will happen. Overall, in this one month wedding season, about 13 lakh crore rupees are likely to flow into the markets through wedding purchases this year.
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The families of the bride and groom get only 20 percent of the money.
In view of the possibilities of good business of the wedding season, traders across the country have made extensive preparations and all arrangements are being made to maintain the enthusiasm generated by the last record business in the markets. He told that about 80 percent of the expenditure of each marriage goes to other third agencies involved in conducting the marriage, while only 20 percent of the money goes directly to the families of the bride and groom. The special thing is that this 80 percent money does not stop anywhere, but it comes to the market only by roaming around and making different types of purchases, due to which financial liquidity is maintained. That’s why the wedding season has also taken the form of a big business in the country.
There will be huge expenditure on these things in weddings
Bhartia and Khandelwal told that before the wedding season, where there is a large amount of trade in home repair, paint, furnishing, decoration, etc., especially jewelry, sarees, lehenga-chunni, readymade garments, clothes, footwear, wedding And business of greeting cards, dry fruits, sweets, fruits, items of worship used in weddings, furniture, grocery, gift items, food grains, decoration items, electrical utility items, electronics and many gifting items etc. amounts annually.
Banquet halls, hotels, open lawns, farm houses, government community halls, public parks, dharamshalas, parks located in residential colonies, clubs and many other types of places for weddings across the country including Delhi get huge business. Apart from the purchase of goods, many types of services also get big business in every wedding, which includes tent decorators, flower people, crockery, catering service, travel service, cab service, welcoming professional groups, vegetable vendors, photographers. , Videographer, Band-Baja, Shehnai, Orchestra, DJ, Horses for procession, Baggi, Light wale and many other types of services also get business on a large scale especially for pundits and knowledgeable people who conduct marriages. The wedding season has become a major source of income, while it has also emerged as a big business for event management agencies and packaging.
These are the auspicious times of every month from January to June
CAT’s Spiritual and Vedic Knowledge Committee Chairman, Prakand Veda Marmagya and country’s renowned astrologer Mahakal’s city Ujjain’s Acharya Durgesh Tare told that according to the calculation of the stars, 9 days in January, 14 days in February, 6 days in March, 6 days in May 13 days in June and 11 days in June are auspicious days for marriages and in total these 53 days are auspicious days. Tare also said that apart from Sanatan Dharma, there are many other sections in the country including Arya Samaj, Sikh brothers, Punjabi fraternity, Jain Samaj who do not think about Muhurta, that too in this season and on other days also many people get married. will hold a ceremony
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 12, 2023, 12:53 IST