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Your Indian-style wedding in Shekhawati, Rajasthan

Your Indian-style wedding in Shekhawati, Rajasthan

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What’s more romantic than getting married in Rajasthan, the land of kings?

Marriage is one of the most sacred ceremonies in India. Each region of India has its own customs, some weddings take place on one day and others up to five days as is the case in Rajasthan.  Marriage in India includes many codified rituals; for the Hindu wedding for instance, one can begin the ceremonies only after performing the ‘Ganesha puja’.  This ritual invokes Ganesha, the elephant-headed god who symbolises wisdom and good fortune. Henna designs (mehendi) on the hands and feet of the bride and groom or the haldi (turmeric) ritual are also an integral part of the pre-wedding ceremonies.


We propose to take charge of the complete organisation of your Indian wedding, including Hindu or Muslim ceremonies (henna, haldi, sangeet …), the banquet and all adjoining services such as the tailor, beauty care or wedding photography.  The wedding will be celebrated in an old Haveli (mansion) which is located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, known as the open-air art gallery of India because of its sumptuous frescoes adorning the ancient mansions.

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What's more romantic than getting married in Rajasthan, the land of kings? We propose to take charge of the complete organisation of your Indian wedding, celebrated in an old Haveli in the Shekhawati region.
6 days
Day 1

Arrival in Delhi

Namasté! We welcome you warmly at Delhi Airport and accompany you at your hotel. Rest well before upcoming festivities. Overnight in Delhi.
Day 2

Delhi - Nawalgarh

After breakfast, we leave for Nawalgarh, a typical city of the Shekhawati region. We check in a 4-star heritage hotel in the city. In the afternoon, our tailor will make alterations for your wedding outfit. Free time. Buffet dinner. Night in Nawalgarh in a 4-star heritage hotel.
Day 3

Nawalgarh - 1st day of festivities: Ganesh puja & henna

After breakfast, we will go to a temple and perform the 'Ganesh Puja', prayers and offerings to the elephant-headed god Ganesha\who symbolises prosperity and good fortune. Free time or visit of the city of Nawalgarh and its sumptuous havelis with colourful frescoes. In the middle of the afternoon, the ritual of Mehendi (henna) will start. Beautiful henna designs will be made on your hands and feet. Buffet dinner/ Night in Nawalgarh in a 4-star heritage hotel.
Day 4

Nawalgarh - 2nd day of festivities: Hidi and Sangeet Ceremony

On the morning, the future spouses will participate in the haldi ritual(turmeric). During this ceremony, a paste made from turmeric is applied to the face, neck, hands and feet of the bride and groom, by their relatives and friends who are dressed for the occasion in yellow clothes. This ceremony is also accompanied by traditional songs and dances. The yellow color of turmeric is considered very auspicious in India. This ceremony paves the way for a prosperous life for the couple. In the evening, the Sangeet ceremony will take place. Rajasthani women will sing traditional wedding songs followed by typical dances. Buffet. Night in Nawalgarh in a 4-star heritage hotel.
Day 5

Nawalgarh - 3rd day of festivities: Wedding Celebration (Mandap)

This day is the very day of the wedding. The program only starts in the evening. During the morning, the bride and groom can enjoy their free time. In the middle of the day the future spouses will separate. The make-up lady and hairdresser will come to prepare the future bride for the evening ceremony. The groom will have a facial massage and shaving by the barber. In the evening, the groom will paradise in the city on a white horse preceded by songs, music and dances and then, he will join the venue of the wedding. The bride will join him later and, after putting a garland of flowers around each other's neck, the bride and groom will join the Mandap where a brahmin priest will perform the final rites of the Hindu wedding. A buffet will be served at the same time. Honeymoon night in Nawalgarh in an heritage hotel.
Day 6

Visit of the Shekhawati region

After the wedding, the couple can enjoy the Shekhawati region. Overnight in Nawalgarh in an heritage hotel and end of the festivities.
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