Indian weddings are known for their elaborate ceremonies and opulent celebrations. Engagement ceremony is one such ceremony which marks the beginning of the wedding concord. It is also known as the "sagai ceremony" or ring ceremony. The engagement ceremony is basically a brief ritual wherein the couple exchanges gold rings.
Colorful, musical and lively celebration of New Beginnings
Mehendi is yet another traditional yet exciting pre wedding ceremony. Furthermore, Mehendi is one of the sixteen adornments of the bride and her beauty is incomplete without it. Mehendi ceremony usually takes place just before marriage. Mehendi ceremony is essentially organized by the family of the bride and is usually a private affair which takes place in the presence of friends,
The Ceremony where imperfects are the perfect match
In the Haldi ceremony (also known as Tel Baan in some cultures), the family members ‘prepare’ the bride and groom (in their respective homes) for the forthcoming wedding. They apply a paste, also known as ubtan, made from herbs, vegetable oils, fresh milk curds, sandalwood powder and primarily turmeric on the face, arms and feet of the bride and the groom.
Musical Moment when a beautiful Love Story Starts
The Sangeet, of all the wedding functions, is one such evening that is most awaited not only by the couples' family but by everyone who's invited. It's the night of absolute fun where everybody joins in the joy surrounding the wedding celebrations through the simplest means of music, dance & entertainment.
Finally he came to take you from one home to another
The traditional Indian wedding establishes a bond between two families and their cultures, apart from creating a very special relationship between the couple, who tie the nuptial knot. The marriage ceremony is a series of colorful events, spread over two to three days. One of the important and fun ceremonies is the arrival of the groom on the day of the wedding, at the venue.
The Fire & the Universe now pronounce us as Man & Wife
Saat Phere or Shaptapadi is a very important ritual in most Hindu weddings. This ritual signifies the vows the bride and the groom take in presence of the guests. With the vows they promise each other to be a good wife/husband and to live an ideal and happy married life together. We bring you the meaning of this beautiful moment.
It's time to celebrate the
1st day of this new life
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