Royalty Of Rajasthan | Introduction To Royal Rajasthani Weddings
Royalty Of Rajasthan
The state where the dunes are its lush beauty as well as is known all around the world for its great lifestyle and rich cultural heritage. Royalty is a word associated with Rajasthan. Then comes the culture, food, clothing, Rajasthan stands apart in terms of style and opulence. No wonder then, the weddings of Rajasthan are a grand affair!
Who does not want to embrace themselves with the experience to treat themselves to a Royal Rajasthani wedding?
A proper Rajasthani wedding has several pre-wedding, wedding day as well as post-wedding customs that are rooted in their ancient traditions.
Gone are the days when the wedding was just a ceremony where the uncles and aunts managed everything, now it’s something which is a great deal for brides and grooms. Gone are the days of a traditional and straightforward wedding. These days’ people are looking for something memorable in their marriages. Destination weddings and themed weddings are on the top here. Nowadays, people want to make this auspicious day of their lives as unique as possible. Nowadays, people also don’t shy away from spending money; they want this particular day to be the best day of their lives.
If the venue is one of the royal palaces, then décor is already taken care of. To add to the splendid decorating the castle with lots of lights and flowers would do the job.
The attire of the bride and groom is all also be royal. The red ‘Rajputi Paushak’ adds stars in dulhans beauty, and Dulha will wear a bandh-gala type sherwani and churidar sherwani.
Bridal jewellery is one of the essential parts of our ‘Royal Rajasthani’ wedding. The bride can wear a ‘rakhdi’ as the headgear, ‘bajubandh’ for her arms, Kundan necklaces, Kamar bandh for her waist and golden ‘Payal’ for her feet, which makes the bride the sparkly beauty of the night.
The groom’s turban can be decorated and designed with a ‘Kalangi’.
The women can wear the Rajput paushak, and the men can wear bandh-gala coats and Jodhpuri Pants.
Rajasthani food includes ‘Gatte ki sabzi’, ‘Aalu Matar ki sabzi’, ‘Laal Maas’, ‘Ghevar’, ‘Baalu Shahi’ etc. Rajasthani Thali is famous all across the world. Makes any wedding the great of its kind.
Rajasthani ‘Dhol-Thaali’ can always beat the world’s best DJ when it comes to music. How can you miss Dhol, Thaali and Ghoomar songs when it comes to any of the traditional and royal Rajasthani weddings. There is an important thing which is Rajasthani Dance is any day better than those jazz and hip hop moves.
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