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The day that you get married should be a day that you remember for the rest of your life. Marriage is a singular moment in the history of a person, marking a new beginning for years. Millions of people in different lands celebrate this in extraordinary ways; Selecting floral arrangements, creating atmosphere through music, preparing a celebratory meal and most importantly, choosing the perfect venue. Marriages are made in Heaven, so why not make it an exotic lifetime affair. Imagine exchanging vows with your beloved on your wedding day, decked like a princess against a palatial backdrop. The elegantly decorated well lit palace offers a grand welcome to you and your guests. The presence of elephants, camels and horse’s procession including local Folk performers, dancers and musicians, Snake Charmers, Puppet Shows, Kalbeliyas, Dhol walas along with a smart Wedding Band provide no less than a fairy tale wedding experience. In contrast a sophisticated and close party wedding with DJ and Cocktail could also be a part of whole new royal event.

To make your special moment an unforgettable celebration, one could dreaming of a traditional Indian wedding with Indian Wedding Rituals and traditions and social celebrations, we can help you to turn your dream wedding into a reality. Embark on a new journey together in style and leave all your worries behind. It is an experience.

The customs during the wedding ceremony in India are varied and reflect the vast diversity of cultures of the land. The cultures have influenced each other with mutual borrowing of practices. A day before the wedding, the bride and her friends and female relatives gather for the ceremony of Mehendi, in which their palms and feet are decorated with henna. The bride is teased with music and dance, by the other women about her future husband and in-laws. Mandapa is erected at the marriage venue on the day of the wedding, within which the ceremony is conducted. The poles of the frame are draped with strings of flowers. On the wedding morning, various rituals are performed on both the bride and the groom in their own homes. Their bodies are anointed with turmeric, sandalwood paste and oils, which cleanse the body, soften the skin, and make it aromatic. They are then bathed to the chanting of Vedic mantras.

In different parts of India, brides wear different kinds of clothes, ornaments, and adornments. The bride's clothes are usually typical of the area. A Rajasthani bride would wear a lehenga, a Punjabi bride would wear a salwar-kameez, and a Maharashtrian bride would wear a nine-yard saree. Most brides wear saris nowadays, usually in shades of red, pink or mustard. A bride sports as much traditional jewellery as her family can muster for today, she is Goddess Lakshmi incarnate, harbinger of prosperity to her new home. Like her clothes, the bride's ornaments also differ according to local tradition. However, necklaces, earrings, bangles, rings, a nose-ring, anklets, and toe-rings are worn by most brides. Ornaments like armlets, tikas, hathaphula, and waistbands, traditionally important, are optional today and not worn in all areas.