We live a beautiful world adorned with the most beautiful variety of religions, their ceremonies, and rituals laced with customs and traditions which have been established since ages but till date hold their influence and significance in the hearts of the followers. The ties and bonding created by religious or traditional rituals are so strong that one cannot help feeling attached and connected to them. It would not be wrong to say that somewhere they give happiness as the bon-homie or feeling of togetherness that one enjoys in the company of the people from the same community or religion is unmistakably very satisfying, reaching to the level of almost being sacred or divine. That is why some age-old religious traditions are said to have the power to hold people together and give them the reason to share and celebrate the happiness that comes from various sources.
One such traditional ceremony that is celebrated by the Jewish community whenever their boys or girls reach the age of maturity is called Bar/Bat Mitzvah, the bar being used for boys while bat for girls. According to Jewish law, when Jewish boys turn 13 years of age, they become accountable for their actions and thus become Bar Mitzvah while a girl becomes Bat Mitzvah at the age of 12 or 13 by two different sects.
They get permission after this ceremony to participate in all areas of Jewish community life. The age of bar/bat mitzvah coincides with the physical puberty age too. It is expected that a party is thrown to celebrate this eventful day. It may include a celebratory meal with family, friends, and members of the community. The bar mitzvah boy may deliver a discourse or oration at the table before the invited guests. The guests offer him gifts and rabbi give him blessings.
It may be celebrated in a different manner than this like taking bar/ bat mitzvah on a special trip or organizing a special event at home. These parties in present times have become a lavish affair held at hotels or clubs but still, there is no denying the fact that it is a traditional ceremony to be celebrated in a religious mood, keeping in mind that these ceremonies are created with the thought of bringing people closer and together.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitation Cards are as important as any wedding cards. They need to be sent to invite friends and relatives for the ceremony which holds a great significance in the lives of these young boys and girls who are ready to take their first step in a mature world. Getting a card designed that showcases this sentiment in a profound manner is a must and since it is of religious nature, it can be projected with the help of some verses or religious symbols. But it is important to also remember that it is a ceremony of a teenager which means making it bright and vibrant.
We at Indian Wedding Card design these cards with a complete understanding of the religious importance but also not forgetting the fun-filled part of this grand, happy celebration. Visit us and choose or get your invites customized at Indian Wedding Card.