Being a wedding photographer means sharing beautiful moments ..but covering a Hindu wedding means sharing a-m-a-z-i-n-g moments! With Natasha and Deepak I did experience the Milni accompanied by a cocktail party at the “princess Adriana” hotel, then the Indian ceremony and Doli took place at the coral beach area and the day ended with a great reception party under the fireworks!
Two weeks after the Hindu wedding of Natasha and Deepak a second one follows, the four days wedding of Gemini and Amar! A Gujarati wedding, full of colors and amazing vibes once more!
Classy and colorful Hindu weddings
Marriage is a highly auspicious occasion in Indian culture. According to the Vedas, the Hindu scriptures, marriage is a sacred lifelong commitment between a man and a woman. It is considered to be the strongest of all social bonds and is the initiation into a lifetime of togetherness. Hindu wedding is called vivaha (Hindi: विवाह) (Bengali : বিবাহ), (Kannada: ಮದುವೆ (Maduve)), and the wedding ceremony is called vivaah sanskar. The wedding ceremony is traditionally conducted entirely, or at least partially in Sanskrit, considered by Hindus as the language of holy ceremonies.