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Mayra Ceremony, a ritual most commonly found in Marwari weddings in India, is all about celebrating the bond between the maternal uncle and the bride or groom. A significant pre-wedding ritual that occurs in both the to-be-wed households, this ceremony is one where the maternal uncle comes bearing gifts to the bride or groom and their families Unveiling the Meaning of mayra ceremony Like most customs in

Griha Pravesha also called grihapravesam or housewarming/entering ceremony is the grand finale of a Hindu wedding celebration. This ritual marks the bride's entry as a newly married woman into her husband’s home. This ceremony has various rituals specific to different cultures, but the physical act of the bride entering her new home is constant. Read on as we provide an ultimate guide and a step-by-step

Bidaai directly translates to “farewell” and is the concluding ceremony in traditional Indian weddings. It is a heartfelt ceremony that marks the transition of the bride from a daughter in her parental home to a wife in her husband’s home. Origin and History Of Bidaai Ceremony The bidaai ceremony, more commonly known as vidaai, is as old a tradition as the Indian wedding itself. Though it is

March Into Your Matrimony With A Baraat Bash The wedding event which has the maximum attendance of youngsters and adults alike is the baraat. It’s the most anticipated event for the groom’s family and one that is filled with great music, lots of dance, and in some parts of India, alcohol too! From dressed-up grooms seated on horses surrounded by family and friends dancing on the

“Selecting a wedding dress is more than just a fitting. It’s a process- a memory in the making”- Olivelli Cape Town. Brides-to-be can undeniably relate to the above quote. Because finding “The Dress” is more than just a task on the to-do list. It is the promise of a beautiful beginning that tells the tale of a timeless love. While there are endless options for bridal shopping

        Born in the era of a technological boom, Generation Z has broken more social barriers and shattered more cultural ceilings than any other generation before. They have changed the way relationships are perceived, and how weddings are conducted. While Gen X fell in love through love letters and Gen Y was smitten through shy glances and secret meetings, Gen Z has been bold