Chambhar Var/ Vadhu

Chamars/ Chambhar form one of the major occupational castes of India.


A Chamar groom is a man who is about to be married, The female partner is known as the bride, who is typically attended by one or more bridesmaids and a maid or matron of honor.


A chambhar bride is typically attended by one or more bridesmaids or maids of honor. Her partner is the “groom”, and after the wedding, in marriage, is her husband. There are many rituals in Chamar wedding like Sangeet , Mehendi, Haldi, Sakharpuda, etc.


The Chamar consider marriage as a sacred union between a man and a woman for social and spiritual purposes of dharma, praja and rati.


It is the tradition of Chamaar wedding that bride stays at house of groom after marriage. While the basic purpose of marriage is a continuation of family name and life on the earth, Chamar Dharma recognizes marriage as an institution that provides for the ultimate Dharma and Karma. It is believed to be an obligatory part of one's life as well as sanskara.


A chamar bride is the one waiting for her life partner. Charmakarshadi.com website gives facility to bride to register herself and look for suitable life partner. There is free registration on website. Brides can also take paid membership on website. Charmakarshadi.com maintains a determined service team for intense personal interaction with prospective brides or grooms. Brides or grooms can get their matches of their community.


It is the tradition of Chamaar wedding that bride stays at house of groom after marriage. While the basic purpose of marriage is a continuation of family name and life on the earth, Chamar Dharma recognizes marriage as an institution that provides for the ultimate Dharma and Karma. It is believed to be an obligatory part of one's life as well as sanskara.