During the period of British rule, Rajput community was classified into two ethnic groups "martial" or "non-martial" where first were typically considered brave and physically well built for fighting and second were among those whom British unfit for battle due to their sedentary lifestyle. Rajput has a strong base in Rajasthan. In present days, Rajput community is either engaged in Indian Politics, Indian army and self-employed in their own business.
Rajput marriage is considered the most important events in the life of alliances with their belief that it is a unique relationship, which is live for seven generations where the bride, groom and their families reunite again. They follow distinct traditions and rituals. The ceremony starts as soon as Tilak (engagement) ceremony is conducted. The pre wedding ceremony starts with Ban (preparation of a wedding), Mel, (community feast), Nikasi (Procession of bridegroom), Sehla and Dhukav (wedding party at the bride’s place). The major wedding ceremony mainly comprises of Kanyadaan and Sat Phere. Rajput marriages are royal and grandeur maintaining majestic traditions creating unique enigma over the years to come. The royal Rajput wedding takes time to arrange splendid equipments and amenities where just preparations begin much before the actual ceremony.