Royal Wedding

Royal Wedding

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Traditional Rajput wedding
The guests are divided into two groups to form the sides of the bride and groom. A traditional ceremony is held a couple of the group is chosen as the newlyweds. The men are dressed in white kurta pajamas and colorful turbans; Women are dressed in a colorful dress or Rajasthani salwar kameez with a colorful scarf. The building is beautifully lit, the treatment of the gorges with the groom on horseback is led by decorated men and camels, and the horses show torches and musicians. Upon arrival of the Barat party in Bagh, you are greeted by the ladies, welcome drinks are served, the groom is taken to the wedding ceremony which is beautifully decorated with flowers and ferry in the middle of the garden and the bride continue after all the other members of the group sit on the mattress and support all over the garden. A Hindu Pandit and then perform the ritual commemorates the wedding ceremony, while cocktails, drinks, and snacks, followed by a gala dinner served at the coffee tables are served. The newly married couple is accompanied in the suite decorated with flowers. Dinner ends with fireworks. A photographer/cameraman can be arranged upon request.

A special night with the Rajput wedding
The kingly procession consists of females dressed in Rajasthani costumes rose petals on the front and are followed by musical group playing dhol nagara and group instruments traditionally used for such auspicious incidents. The guests follow a live band and at the ends, a harnessed elephant carries the groom. Upon arrival, a traditional welcome ceremony is organized with rose petals and attar (rose water). A welcome drink on arrival. The aroma and beauty of the decorated flowers, mystical lighting lamps, mashaals, flaming torches and fairy lights enhance the romance of the night. A place for marriage ritual and has seating cushions and pillows decorated with florets after the traditional Hindu marriage ceremonial, all come to a separate place for dinner. The tranquility breaks with the rhythms of the music of dhol and nagadas. There is a line of suppliers presenting various handicrafts such as bracelets, potters, blacksmiths, puppeteers, painters, astrologers and palm killers, bonds and dies, workers, duration, etc. . . The rustic atmosphere invites guests into another world and gives the impression of being part of an Indian village with a full field specially decorated with lanterns, hay bags, stools. The festivities continue until late at night