Marriage, the once-in-a-lifetime event, has to be celebrated in a royal manner, and when it comes to royalty, Rajasthan is the first option for Indians to exchange marriage vows. The land brimming with princely elegance is rich in customs and tasty in food varieties. The splendour of the soil lies in its hospitality, valour and above all its cultural heritage demonstrated through forts and palaces. And this attracts Indians to make Rajasthan a witness of their grand marriage functions. Some of the popular wedding destinations in Rajasthan include Jaipur, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur amongst many others.
Only two persons are interested in marriage – the bride and the groom; others are more interested to satiate their taste buds. Perfect cuisine keeps people spiced up throughout the event. The desert of Rajasthan is rich in desserts. Most of the food stuffs are dominated by pure ghee. And what is ranked first in the Rajasthani dishes – Dal Baati – is eaten after dipping it in ghee. Another such dish is Lapsi, which is prepared with broken wheat sautéed in ghee and sweetened by jaggery or sugar. The medieval style feast with traditional varieties still dominates the menu in Rajasthan.
Artistic decoration with a dash of royalty is definitely going to dazzle your guests. Everything – from entrance to the wedding stage – should flaunt elegance and royal grandeur. Red colour adds aesthetic affluence to the event. From carpet to drapes, everything must be red-ridden. And the wedding throne, on which bride and groom are to sit, needs to be flashy and showy.
A traditional Indian marriage means magnificent display of culture, traditions and customs associated with caste and community. But wedding planners today can create an ambience you want to marry in; just select your theme and event management people will give the occasion a relevant look and feel. If wedding is organized with a royal theme, grooms are normally tucked into Indian traditional Sherwani and brides in sumptuous Chaniya-Choli or Saree. Brides prefer their Chaniya-choli and Saree either embroidered or designed by skilled craftsmen or designers.
Article Source by Jayesh Purohit