The dates are 27th & 28th of November '17 and we would like you to be a part of it.
I first saw Antara in the Fall of 2008 when we started our undergrad. I was instantly attracted to her but was far too nervous to speak to her. I had told my friend I liked her and news had traveled fast and she soon found out. Her first reaction was "Who is Ram?" and she began searching for me in the class. She started to take notice of me and no matter how boring the lecture was, we never missed a class after that. After a good few months I finally plucked up the courage to ask her out and the rest is history :)
It's one of the oldest traditional Indian pre wedding ceremony where the bride and groom attend the event together and a professional mehndi artist applies mehndi to the bride's hands and feet. This will be having a celebratory festival feel to it with people wearing vibrant clothes and dancing, singing, playing games and a lot more.
This event is no way close to ethnic. The bride & groom would like to have some "shots before the knot". With booze flowing down the floor and the western attire on, everyone would be busy showing off their new moves on the stage which they have finely honed. Lastly, expect some beer pong matches & karaoke for sure.
The haldi ceremony is usually held separately for the bride and the groom. This one is for the bride. It is a low-key event that involves the application of turmeric paste on the hands, legs and face of the bride. The groom is not allowed to see the bride after this ritual until the final wedding ceremony starts.
This is the main event in the entire wedding when the bride and the groom tie the knot. The groom comes with the barat and is greeted by the bride side with some dhol of course as maximum number of guests would be attending this event. This is when the couple circle the sacred fire and are finally declared husband and wife.
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Kona Expressway, Howrah, West Bengal 711403, India
We would greatly appreciate if you could RSVP before 1st of November '17