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Are you ready for #Udan22?

We can't wait to celebrate the two days with you! If you're coming from outside India please do read this step-by-step guide we've created to enable you to make your travel safe and enjoyable. 

21 April 2022 - Sangeet and Cocktail

6 PM onwards | At DSOI Lawn

The Sangeet ceremony is all about singing and dancing. Families and friends of both the bride and the groom come together to celebrate the happy union.

In our grandparents' days, this event saw women of all ages gathered around and taking turns to sing fun folk songs and dance to celebrate the happy occasion. 

Attire theme: Western (find more details here)

22 April 2022 - Haldi

10:30 AM - 2 PM | At Ramgarh Heritage Courtyard

At the Haldi ceremony, Haldi i.e Turmeric is applied to the bride and the groom's body on the wedding day by their family and friends. This traditional Turmeric scrub was said to give radiant and glowing skin. The paste was traditionally also known to purify and cleanse the body of the couple entering into holy matrimony.

The bride's family also makes the bride wear 'Chooda' - a special set of bangles signifying married women during the ceremony. 

Attire theme: Men in anything white and women in anything yellow (find more details here)

22 April 2022 - Wedding

6 PM onwards | At DSOI Lawn

The awaited wedding day has many parts to it. The evening starts with 'Baraat' which is the groom's wedding procession. Traditionally, the groom leaves on a horse with his family and friends accompanied by a music band for bride's place (wedding venue). The second is the 'Milni' where the bride's family welcomes the groom's family with gifts and hugs. Following the groom and his family's reception, the bride enters and the next part i.e. 'Varmala' begins which is when the bride and groom put flower garlands around each other.

After this and the dinner, the 'Muhurat' i.e. the auspicious time (which would begin at 11:30 PM in this wedding) is the last and most important part of the wedding. This is when the couple takes their seat at the Mandapa (the area around the holy fire) and the priests chants mantras to begin the actual marriage. Following the instructions given by the Sanskrit vows and mantras, the couple takes 7 rounds around the holy fire and is finally announced as married.  

Attire theme: Ethnic Indian. Find some suggestions for procuring here. (6).gif
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