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Anika & Kalpesh a wonderful indian wedding in Tuscany

Daniela Tanzi lake Como Wedding Photographer for an exciting photographic and human experience, a beautiful two-day Indian wedding in Tuscany, lights, colors, emotions. A romantic indian wedding for Anika & Kalpesh. As wedding photographer, I loved Indian clothes, usages and customs, very characteristic and particular.
Thanks of heart to my great staff and a hug to all the protagonists of this fabulous Indian wedding in Tuscany. Tuscany and its magical colors have made this colorful Indian wedding unique. Look in this gallery and admire the beautiful Indian dances with fabulous Indian clothes for this wedding in Tuscany. Daniela Tanzi Tuscany wedding photographer, indian wedding in Italy.

Anika & Kalpesh a wonderful indian wedding in Tuscany, magical moments

An exciting photographic and human experience, a beautiful two-day Indian wedding in Tuscany, lights, colors, emotions. A romantic indian wedding for Anika & Kalpesh. As wedding photographer, I loved Indian clothes, usages and customs, very characteristic and particular.
Thanks of heart to my great staff and a hug to all the protagonists of this fabulous Indian wedding in Tuscany. Tuscany and its magical colors have made this colorful Indian wedding unique. Look in this gallery and admire the beautiful Indian dances with fabulous Indian clothes for this wedding in Tuscany.

As one of the world’s most religiously and ethnically diverse lands, India boasts unique, culturally rich wedding ceremonies that run from elegant and sophisticated to beautifully intricate. Part of the complexity stems from the concept that when an Indian couple marries, entire families and communities are involved.

Anika & Kalpesh a wonderful indian wedding in Tuscany, romantic moments

“Indian weddings have traditionally been considered a marriage of two families, rather than just a marriage of the bride and groom.” says Sunita Sadhnani of Glamorous Event Planners & Productions, a wedding and event-planning firm based in Long Island. “The wedding can be anywhere from three days to one week long and typically includes several events.

“The engagement is the first of many steps in what tends to be a lengthy process, and serves as the agreement between the families of the future bride and groom. At this stage, the wedding date is also set. The wedding rituals themselves begin 15 days before the wedding, with Barni Band-hwana, where a piece of thread, called Mauli, is tied to the hands of both the groom and his parents to humbly request a safe wedding day from the gods.

The next step is Mayara, the “Maternal Uncle’s Ceremony.” He brings gifts for the mothers of both the bride and the groom, including the dresses they will wear at the wedding.
The traditional Indian wedding itself is a ritual of three separate events: the Sangeet and Mehendi, the ceremony, and the reception celebration.”.

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In most Indian wedding celebrations, the day begins with the groom’s procession, as his entire family and friends all lead him to the wedding altar.

“This is called the Baraat,” says Sunita. “This ‘ceremony within a ceremony’ is where the groom, riding on a white horse, makes his grand entrance. He is ushered in by a long line of his family and friends, who are all singing, dancing, and shouting out traditional Indian well wishes.” It is a rousing spectacle!

“After that,” continues Sunita, “the bride and her family greet the groom and the couple exchange Milni Malas, floral garlands, to wear around their necks. These symbolize their acceptance of one another.”

In the Baraat, the groom is dressed in a long jacket called a Sherwani and fitted trousers called Churidars. He wears a Safa, a turban, on his head, with a big fancy brooch called Kalgi pinned onto it.

The bride’s parents and family, including uncles and aunts, all welcome the groom and his entire family. Then they escort the groom and his immediate family to their place of honor at the altar.

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