Grand Indian Royal Wedding Personal Tour Package 3 Days
Experience More Than an Indian Wedding – It’s the ultimate cultural retreat.
Attending an Indian wedding is one thing, but to attend a Hindu Marwari Wedding is an outstanding experience to relish. The sheer lavish vibrancy protrudes through every aspect of such a colorful and cheerful array wrapped in centuries of traditions.
Several rituals in circumstances of ancient traditions ensure the transcripts of religious scriptures. The sumptuous experience of a Marwari wedding is an elaborate carnival full of spectacular funfair. The traditional rituals partaken by the bride and groom are at the forefront of the formalities. But who can deny the culinary explosion and music isn’t what we all look forward to the most? The joyful celebration and enthusiasm last over several days. The traditional occasions are just the ticket for Marwaris to show off their prosperous dealings and drape in the finest fancy cloth and gold.
Our Grand Indian Royal Wedding 3 Days is exclusively meant for attending Indian royal weddings of local families, we personally know. A professional Indian tour guide will be with you to explain the rituals and chain of wedding events so you feel comfortable and enjoy every aspect of the auspicious occasion. In a year, several auspicious Hindu wedding dates are fixed as per the Hindu calendar and planet positioning. The wedding season is the most memorable part of Indian culture and traditions. Making the travel plans to coincide with the wedding dates will add to the exuberance of your adventure.
You will be transported to the village of the groom in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan state. The town has modern amenities and is extremely friendly and accommodating. In the evening, the feast will begin. Guests from neighboring villages and families are a mammoth task they take in their stride and make it look easy. Marwari cuisines will be served are recipes fit for such an occasion passed down through the centuries and truly delectable to the palette.
Local musicians’ melodies float along with the enticing aroma, making a hypnotizing evening never to forget. After the traditional ghoomar dance, the accompaniment of the beat of the dunes creates a spectacular atmosphere. One can spectate or partake. The choice is entirely yours, but it’s hard to resist joining in
At the end of the evening, you will be transported to a hotel located 15 kilometers from the village to spend the night.
Today, the spotlight will be on the bride. We’ll head in a grand convoy to her hometown. The groom, embracing Marwari traditions, will adorn himself at his residence. He’ll wear an achkan or sherwani paired with churidar pajama pants. His head will be adorned with a turban made from Marwari red or yellow bandhani fabric, secured with the traditional Sarpech jewelry. Completing his regal attire are Rajasthani jootis and a Kamarbandh, where he might tuck in the ceremonial sword. This majestic look will surely leave his bride in awe.
After lunch, we’ll set off on a 4-hour drive to the bride’s town as part of the Baraat – the grand wedding procession accompanying the groom. On arrival, the bride’s family will warmly welcome us, offering refreshments. The groom then proceeds to the primary venue for sacred rituals officiated by a priest.
You’ll dine before the ceremony’s commencement. Ritual highlights include Paanigrahan, where the bride’s father entrusts her hand into the groom’s. The symbolic gesture is sealed with a sacred thread binding their hands. Then, partake in the Pheras, encircling the holy fire tour times, with the bride leading for the first three and following the groom for the last. This ritual marks the end of the ceremony.
A comfortable night’s stay will be at your hotel.
After breakfast, you will drive to your next destination and continue your tour ahead.