Wedding series

The Indian Wedding rituals span over several ‘rasmo-rivaaz’, each having a significance of its own. From Haldi ceremony to Sangeet, then the wedding day and finally Reception celebrations are all important occasions to rejoice and enjoy. Let us take a quick peek into these rituals and their connotations.
Haldi – Traditionally, a paste of Haldi is applied to the groom and bride by their near and dear ones, accompanied by traditional songs. The yellow colour of turmeric is considered very auspicious in Indian rituals. The significance lies in the fact that in olden days when cosmetic beauty treatments were not available, Indians used this natural beauty secret to ensure that the couple looked radiant and beautiful on this day. The properties of turmeric leave skin fair and glowing and are also has antiseptic properties. A yellow traditional outfit for the bride alleviates the beauty of the ceremony to new heights. This yellow handloom Banarasi pure Katan silk unstitched lehenga is a pure and pristine choice for the occasion. The beautiful work on it is right in sync with the spirit of the festivities of the day.
Sangeet – The pre-wedding celebration of sangeet is coming together if the two families of the bride and groom and a lot of money-makings. Singing traditional wedding songs with dholaks and spoons dancing to the tunes of Bollywood songs as well as traditional ones, form the highlight of the celebration. The glam quotient of ‘sangeet’ has escalated in recent times and has evolved to be a focal point of pre-wedding days. Nowadays brides wear a fusion of Indo western outfits for the occasion too. This blue pure georgette gota zari work long Kurti is flashy and desi with a resplendence about it which is unmatchable. The flare of the Kurti will give a good sway as you dance away to glory in anticipation of your D-day.
Shaadi – Finally, the dreams day is here. With an eagerness to embrace the new life ahead, there are also jitters and emotional thoughts. As a bride, we know all that must be there in your mind. Keep these at bay and pamper yourself to a good warm bath in aromatic salts and soothing massage. As for your bridal outfit, what can match the scintillating beauty of this red handloom Banarasi unstitched Shikargah Lehenga. The intricate designs and raw traditional flavour makes you the perfect bride who loves her conventions to the core.

 

Reception – Welcome to your ‘Piya ka Ghar’ and the first celebration that marks your presence in this new household. You are now a wife, a bahu and so many more new relations. Your sartorial choice is as much important as is your behaviour and etiquette. A beautiful saree will define the essence of your personality beast. How about this golden and red handloom Kanjeevaram pure silk flower design saree with contrast border. Match it with gold jewellery and a lot of make-up.
Shine bright in the festivities of your wedding celebrations with a wide choice of ethnic wear at Luxurion World. The clothing at Luxurion World is not only pieces of garments but heirloom to cherish. So as you might look at the pics some fifty years later, you will still be proud of your style and drape.