Indian Weddings!

Indian weddings are exciting and colorful to experience in India. Indians love the season of weddings and they place their weddings in winters mostly because the weather is pleasant. We have many ceremonies that are so memorable and wonderful to experience that can give us great memories. There are family relatives and other people that come to attend them from foreign countries and from local areas too and these people stay together in one house until the weddings finishes. Children and youngsters enjoy the most during these times. They dance and sing along with each other. There are many interesting foods that are made by a cook during this time because everybody is at home preparing for wedding. There are dozens of works that needs to be done for a wedding such as going for shopping, booking a parlour for hair and makeup, checking out hotels or farmhouses for locations. Weddings are not easy in India because they require lots of preparations. Everyone from day 1 is involved in our Indian weddings. The house gets lights up with all different lightings and it starts glowing. We have many ceremonies starting from applying henna, cocktail, applying turmeric on bride and groom, engagement, a special event for the bride wearing special bangles called chura to get ready for the wedding. Finally, then comes the big fat wedding where everyone dances, and the groom comes on a horse or a car to get his bride. People around the groom dance and they have lots of fun. Indian weddings are long, and the rituals take lots of time to be completed. Before completing the wedding, all the guests eat dinner and give their blessings to the couple and go home. At last, when all of them go home, both families gather and finish the rest of the rituals. Overall, when everything is done smoothly, the bride goes home to the groom’s house. This is what we call Indian weddings.

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10 Replies to “Indian Weddings!”

  1. My oldest son attending an Indian wedding earlier this year (before the Pandemic) and said it was days long! He also said part of it took place in the U.S beforehand……

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