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Memorable Experience of Royal Marriages in Rajasthan organized by Indo Vacations.

Match - Making ll Ceremonies ll Pithi Dastoor Ceremony ll Mehfils ll Mahila Dastoor ll Janev Ceremony ll Palla Dastoor ll The Marwari Baraat ll Actual Wedding Ceremony ll Post Wedding Ceremony ll The Night of the Wedding ll


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Actual Wedding Ceremony

I) The groom is taken inside to the ladies section where he is received by the bride's mother with the traditional aarti, and then taken to the mandap for the wedding ceremony. The bridegroom is accompanied at this stage by only one married make relative and maybe his younger brother or a younger male cousin.

II) The wedding ceremony is similar to a Hindu wedding. However, the bride must at all times through the wedding ceremony keep her face covered by a long veil. 

Marriage Ceremony, Wedding Ceremony

III) While the wedding is in progress, the baraat is entertained outside by the bride's male family members. Therefore, it is mostly the women members of the bride's family who attend the wedding ceremony.Ceremonies and other rituals, including the bidai, are similar to other Hindu marriages. However, of particular interest are certain unique rituals. For example, at the time of the bidai, a coconut is placed under the wheel of the car before the ride lifts her veil for the husband after the wedding is an important ceremony. At this stage, the groom usually gives a piece of Jewellery to his bride.

Post Wedding Ceremony

1. Grihapravesh
Once the baraat returns with the newly weds, the Grihapravesh takes place. The bride still wears the veil while the puja and other ceremonies take place. A few games are played between the bride and the groom. They are also common to other Hindu weddings.
2. Pagelagni
The day following the Grihapravesh, the pagelagni takes place. This is a ceremony where the bride, still in veil, is formally introduced to all the family members of the groom who bless her and give her gifts. The veil is then finally removed.

Day 01: Arrival at the Airport, transfers by Indo Vacations: Guests are received; a grand welcome is accorded at the airport with a band and welcome drinks. Smooth check in to hotels of all guests; pre-arrival preparation of baggage - tags with room numbers. A welcome drink is served to the guest in the room or reception area (as per the preference of the organizers).
A royal welcome is organized at the hotels;shehnai players create at royal wedding mood. Each guest is individually escorted to their well - appointed room. An activity brochure of the Royal Wedding informs about the details of events. Lunch for all the guests is organized at the Heritage Hotel Courtyard.
A separate
Indo Vacations hospitality desk is set up at the Hotel receptions for the wedding function to assist the guests within the hotel premises and to sight - seeing itinerary and provides transport facilities around the historic city. As the evening approaches, the guests prepare for the Mehndi (Heena) night and the excitement grows. Rangoli with flowers is done at the entrance of the Zenana Mahal, fairy lights are thrown over shrubs and mashaals are lit up. Artists perform the welcome Rajasthani dance. A well - stocked bar lifts the spirits and snacks are served. As the evening progresses, the tempo of dance and music increases and the guests join in, to enjoy and celebrate. Dinner is announced at the appointed hour.

Day 02: After the previous night's excitement, it is another day of leisure and relaxation. Guests can avail all the facilities and also visit the city's famous markets. Lunch is served at the Durbar hall. This magnificent hall in the past, has hosted many formal durbars, state banquets and royal weddings with ring ceremony taking place after which a Durbar evening will be held which shall give the change for the two families to get familiar.
You can plan ceremonies as per your religions as we have many wedding where both bride and groom are of different religions and hence they prefer ceremonies as per both religions e.g. they would get married in church in morning and remarry in evening as per Hindu rituals all we can do is make the event perfect suiting your requirements.

List of Hindus rituals in wedding

Chak Bhat Dress Selection
Pitika Dastoor Herbal Balms
Holy Pujan Henna Session: Bride and others
Dressing Up Dress Groom: Sherwani, turban Sirpech ,turra, kalagi, sword
Bride: Traditional dress.
Barati: Traditional dress .
Wedding Procession / Barat Procession
Elephant without / Cart
Fire Works & Band & Barati
Horses with Saddle & Jewellery
Horse Carriage / Camel Carts
Men holding lamps for lighting
Dance Party
Entry at Brides Home Shehehnai & Nagara
Dhols, Rangoli, Men with Bhalla, Lighting of Palace, Flower Decoration
Milan ka Dastoor
Toran ka Dastoor Ladies singing traditional songs
Zhilmil, Aarti, Showering Petals & Rose Water
Entry inside Brides Home Traditional Manwar ka Dastoor & Varmalla
Break for Dinner & Drinks
Pheras Mandap, Priest, Vedi, Samagri etc.
Aashirwad Samaroh Exchange of Gifts & Fire Works
Doli & Biddai ka Dastoor Royal see off with Ladies singing songs
Doli with Flowers carried by four men with Guards
Proceed to Honey Moon Suite

We can also try to arrange any other programme as per culture and customs with advance notice.

Day 03 : The Day is at leisure. Lunch is organized either at any 5*Hotel or Heritage Hotel or Deluxe Hotel. (As per the preference of the organize.

The Night of Wedding

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The Morning before the momentous evening is filled with preparations for the Royal Wedding. In the early evening, the gentlemen gather in the Durbar hall for tying Safas (traditional Indian headgear of long tie-and-dye scarves). The ladies get all the help from our ladies staff with their attire and designer- wear. All the guests dressed up in formal attire assemble at the Hotel, where a welcome drink is served. A royal procession begins to from and the excitement grows. The procession comprises of girls dressed in Rajasthani attire sprinkling rose petals and attar (rose water) in the front, followed by Dhol / Nagada (traditional drums used for all the auspicious occasions). The guests follow a magnificently decorated horse bearing the bridegroom, while liveried men with lances line up

the entire langth of the procession route with mashaals in their hands. A traditional welcome is organised with a shower of rose buds and flowers. A welcome drink is served. The palace is gloriously decorated; lit by lanterns, mashaals and fairy lights adding a bewitching aura of festivity. The 'Darikhana', a colonnaded pavilion, is flower-decked for the wedding ritual with traditional floor seating.The priests conduct the wedding rituals, the guests can begin celebrating with champagne toasts. The wedding cake is cut and the dancing begins, amidst ovation from all present. The couple can take to the floor for the first dance, joined by the guests and relatives thereafter. A spectacular fireworks display from Hotel side begins.. .and the buffet is laid out for the auspicious evening. The festivities go on till late in the night.

The guests rooms are laid in romantic setting for our guests .And the honeymoon suit shall be specially decorated for the weds.

Day 04: The guests prepare to leave with fond memories of the Royal Wedding in Rajasthan and Indo Vacations hospitality. Staff ensures that the Coaches / cars are ready to transfer them to the airport and railway station.

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All ticketing and logistics are handled by Indo Vacations. The guests can use the day for shopping and sight seeing etc. The Bride and Groom can play traditional games also.

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