The couple are reportedly preparing to return to Jaipur, India - where they became engaged - for a seven-day wedding at the Taj Rambagh Palace resort commencing on October 23.
According to WENN, Hindu leaders have insisted that the stars fully observe the proper rights and rituals of the ceremony and remain respectful of the faith.
Rajan Zed, the president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, explained: "In Hinduism, vivah (marriage) is the most important samskar (sacrament). The married couple is looked at as a complete module for worship and participation in cultural and social acts.
"Traditional Hindu marriage is a sacred rite and involves various religious steps...I'm sure if the couple needed any help, Hindu scholars would gladly guide them through the process."
Zed also expressed his hope that the star power of the couple would help enlighten others about Hinduism and dispel certain stereotypes surrounding the faith.
"Hindus are always battling stars and film studios when it comes to the way our faith is portrayed outside of Hinduism - here is a really good opportunity for Russell Brand, who has shown great interest in the religion, to show the world just how sacred and beautiful the Hindu marriage ceremony is. We wish them great blessings."
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