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Generally, we have two extreme categories for Iranian families.
The fist category are ‘religions’ families who believed that their sons or daughters should not have any relationships before marriage.
Anyway, Once the children in these families want/forced to get married either in a traditional or modern way, they will still have ‘Khastegari’ and ‘Namzadi’ and these two customs are done usually in a way similar to the traditional families rather than modern families. After that the couple falls in love and decides to get married, they should celebrate their marriage ceremony. In this ceremony the guests should give their gifts to the couple which usually are really worth a fortune.
During this ceremony, the guests and the couple dance together and have a lot of fun and usually the ceremony end up with a dinner. In this ceremony, the couple invites almost all of their families for the ceremony and guests give their valuable gifts to the couple.
Conversely, for those religious families, ‘Khstegari’ is a formal request for starting a relationship.
Also ‘Namzadi’ for the couple with open-minded families is usually shorter in comparison with the first category as the couple already know each other and fell in love with each other.
The rest of the ceremony is pretty similar to the ‘Patakhti’ with a big difference that the ceremony is held in a big place.
The way that the couple celebrate their marriage is also highly dependent on their families.
Sometimes this category also is refereed to as ‘traditional’ family.
Having this attitude in mind, a probable question coming to mind is that so how boys and girls in religions families meet each other for the first time while they should not have any relationships before marriage?