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Out of the Seashell : Day 15 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge

When I wrote the title of the blog today I literally meant it. let me tell you how? As you would have known by now Wedding is a big deal for my family. Each function has to be the best that we can arrange. So when it was time to plan it had to be… Continue reading Out of the Seashell : Day 15 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge

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Nek and shaguns of my wedding : Day 14 of my wedding dreams – #blogchattera2z challenge

A wedding in my family is no less than a major (family) milestone. We celebrate it like Diwali. Every prayer, ritual, offering, event, invitation etc. happens with the mahurat, nek and shagun. You may call this superstition or tradition. But that is a completely different topic which I might touch sometime later this year. We… Continue reading Nek and shaguns of my wedding : Day 14 of my wedding dreams – #blogchattera2z challenge

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Mehndi Ki Shaam: Day 13 of #blogchattera2z challenge

Mehndi is every bride's favourite accessory.The colour and the smell of mehndi is like a drug. If you have seen any Yash Raj movie you would know how important is mehndi for an Indian bride. Every bride gets her mehndi function and I got two. Yes, I had two mehndi functions.This function is mainly for… Continue reading Mehndi Ki Shaam: Day 13 of #blogchattera2z challenge

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Location of my royal wedding: Pride Amber Villas Jaipur – Day 12 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge

It was not a planned decision.This location was selected in the last months before my wedding. Jaipur is very accessible via road, air and train hence, it was decided to search for a location in Jaipur. All thanks to my uncles and aunts who managed to get the booking done for 3 days at this… Continue reading Location of my royal wedding: Pride Amber Villas Jaipur – Day 12 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge

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Kanya and Kalash: Day 11 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge

For every wedding in my hometown, the Kalash is important. There is a special ceremony to bring the Kalash for the wedding. Every guest coming to the marriage used to be welcomed traditionally by doing a small pooja with a Kalash. The guest would then put a token or entire amount of their contribution to… Continue reading Kanya and Kalash: Day 11 of #blogchatterA2Z challenge