MY WEDDING DIARY- DAY 1

I met this beautiful girl couple month back in a family setup. In India it is expected of you to get married where your parents decides for you (obviously you are given freedom to say YAY or NAY ) that is called Arranged Marriage , most prevalent marriage system in India. And I was no exception! we talked on phone, went out of lunches and movies and finally got married 10 month later. Marriage ceremony and festivities continues for not less than 3 days. sometimes a week! Mine went on for 4 days. And over span of 3 days, I had Haldi for five times (that is highest times in any Indian Hindu Community). first day is Ganesh Pooja and First Haldi, Everybody is supposed to wear Yellow this day. So did I. (here are the pictures)  Second day is Garba (Sangeet Function or Dance) plus the grand Dinner inviting all our neighbours, colleagues, extended families and friends. 3rd day is wedding day when all the rituals take place at Bride’s home. Groom with his Family and friends arrive at bride’s home dancing with DJ and decorated cars etc. There’s also grand lunch here for all the guest, 4th day I had was Wedding Reception inviting very limited and close friends. pictures will follow in next few posts.

SquarePic_20191225_13072487SquarePic_20191225_10355440SquarePic_20191225_18504688SquarePic_20191225_10334782

G – O – A

Goa, Sin City of India,is the perfect fusion of Indian and western cultures at coast of Arabian Ocean. Talk about cuisines, music, living habits or the clothing sense. As much as reflects the Portuguese vibes, its equally Indian. The place where you can be you, without any worries, talk your real senses, booze till you’re awake, dance till you drop while only endless ocean is your balcony. its so beyond beautiful, you wouldn’t want to go back to your basic.

43152