6 Popular Ceremonies You can Witness in an Indian Wedding

6 Popular Ceremonies You can Witness in an Indian Wedding

Have you ever wondered that Indian wedding cards only constitute of three to four main events of Indian weddings. How come it is stretched for an entire week? Well, the answer is there are many pre-wedding and post-wedding ceremonies at an Indian wedding. Reception forms the “celebration” of the wedding on a grand level. But there is so much more to an Indian wedding, you are probably unaware of. Here is the list of some…

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3 Traditional Ways to Welcome Groom in Indian Weddings

3 Traditional Ways to Welcome Groom in Indian Weddings

You have learned so much about Indian weddings- various rituals of it, the significance of all of them and a lot more. You probably have learned how to choose the perfect Indian wedding invitations along with the perfect menu, location, venue and a lot more. But Indian weddings are no less than “onion”; you can find a “layer” to unfold every time. This time we bring you the several traditional ways in which a groom…

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Why Wedding is “her day” when Bride and Groom Both are Involved?

Why Wedding is “her day” when Bride and Groom Both are Involved?

They say a marriage is an intimate or harmonious union of two souls. It marks as a very important event in one’s life and the life of two people completely change post this event. Indian weddings are so crucial and auspicious that we engage wedding planners to see everything in the wedding goes as per the plan or “muhrat”. After all we have to materialize all the dreams that we saw since we were a…

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Indian Wedding Clothing Culture

Indian Wedding Clothing Culture

Indian culture is so rich and tremendous. You can see the splendid nature of Indian culture spread over every part of the country. The culture of India is an incredible crown that is worshiped by the universe, as you move further, before placing the remarks of your footsteps, the culture of the land will get change. It is the result of diversity, diversity in food, geographical conditions, language, land, rituals and the most important apparels….

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Elegance of Red Color & its Significance for Indian Brides

Elegance of Red Color & its Significance for Indian Brides

In India red is the color of prosperity, opulence, love, passion, purity, basically the representative of India’s warm diversified culture. As Red is the hue of rising sun and the beautiful adornment of a bride. Every auspicious event has been associated with red color, as weddings are one of the most auspicious occasion celebrated in India. From Indian wedding card to wedding decorations it is spreading its natural regal aura. After wedding, a bride is…

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Indian Weddings with Bride from “Saat Samundar Paar”

Indian Weddings with Bride from “Saat Samundar Paar”

Love has no limits and boundaries and it has been proved by some couples who tied the knot with partners from overseas recently. Three Indian grooms are in news these days after getting married with their love from some overseas countries. First is Nikki Fewait from USA and Paaras Bhardwaj from Haryana, second is Katrina from Australia and Tapan from Gujrat and third is Allina from Russia and Vikas Vilaniya from Rajasthan. All of these…

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Significance of Varmala Ceremony in Hindu Wedding

Significance of Varmala Ceremony in Hindu Wedding

Hinduism is considered to be one of the oldest religions of the world. Some of its traditions exist still today, while some of these have lost or changed with time. Hindu wedding, an important rite, is composed of these traditions and customs. This religion does not only focus on the bride and groom, but also on unification of two families. Its customs are mentioned in the holy scriptures of this religion and the people of…

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Four Phases of Pre-wedding Rituals in Muslim Culture

Four Phases of Pre-wedding Rituals in Muslim Culture

A wedding is incomplete without any rituals. There are lots of rituals celebrated  before and after wedding.  Pre wedding rituals are the most exciting part of every wedding.AS we all know wedding is divided in three major category, Pre wedding Ritual, wedding rituals and post wedding rituals. All religion has different type of rituals. Musilm weddings have one of the most beautiful weddings in the world. The bride and groom uses different rituals. Muslim wedding…

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Khanda and Ik Onkar – Two Significant Symbols Used in Sikh Wedding Cards

Khanda and Ik Onkar – Two Significant Symbols Used in Sikh Wedding Cards

People of the Sikh community are known for giving high importance to their religion and traditions and strictly following the rules mentioned in the holy book of their religion. They consider wedding as the strongest bong between two individuals. It is considered to be important taking the blessings of god and elders during the ceremony. The Sikh wedding invitations also depict the cultural values. These usually have various religious symbols and each of these has…

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