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Grand Marriage Entrance Of Real Indian Brides
A grand way to enter : This is undoubtedly the most special and memorable day for a bride, so her entry has to the same- unforgettable! Here is a bride who makes her way to the wedding on a rath (carriage), as the male members of her family hold a chunar over her head.
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A grand way to enter : This is undoubtedly the most special and memorable day for a bride, so her entry has to the same- unforgettable! Here is a bride who makes her way to the wedding on a rath (carriage), as the male members of her family hold a chunar over her head. Entering like a princess : Here is an Indian bride who is starting a new journey of her life, accompanied by her close family members. As her cousins and friends hold a chunar over her head, the bride looks like a royal princess. A beautiful entry : Usually, an Indian bride is escorted to the wedding venue by her brothers. Here is a bride whose brothers hold a sheet made of flowers over her head to protect her from the evil eye and to make her feel like a princess. In the hands of her family : Here is a beautiful Gujarati bride who makes her way to the venue being lifted up in the arms of her brothers. This is a wedding custom in most of the Gujarati communities in which the bride is lifted up by her male cousins when she enters the venue.
A beautiful sight : This bride looks stunning in her golden lehenga and red dupatta. Accompanied by her closest family members, she makes her way to meet her groom. The chunar over her head complements her wedding dupatta. Red is an ever favourite : Indian weddings have a special attachment with the colour red. Traditionally, an Indian bride\'s attire usually has the colour red in it. Also, it is a colour that is associated with love and passion. Here is a gorgoeous Indian bride whose red lehenga is being beautifully complemented by the red chunar that her female friends and relatives hold over her head. Nervousness of the new life : Not just excitement, but nervousness also is thought that goes through a bride\'s mind. Here is a candid emotion of a bride that the photographer beautifully captured. It shows the nervousness that lies behind the excitement and the shyness. After all, marriage brings a beautiful but a big change into a woman\'s life. Entering the new life : Here is another shot of an Indian bride as she enters with a chunar, decorated with flowers over her head. With her twinkling eyes and gorgeous smile, her excitement for the day becomes clearly visible.
Fragrance of new life : A close up shot of a bride as she looks at the flower chunar that her loved ones have held over her head. Her eyes are twinkling with the excitement and beauty of starting a new life. A smiling entry : A shy smile plays on this bride\'s lips as she makes her way to meet her groom, as her brothers hold a chunar over her head. The chunar is also matching the colour of her wedding lehenga and the beautiful atmosphere of the Indian weddings. A candid moment : Photographer captures a bride\'s candid expression as she enters the venue. Her expressions are a beautiful mix of coyness and excitement. As her friends and family hold a sheet of flowers over her head. A beautiful princess arrives : Here is another bride who makes her way to the venue on a rath. She looks ravishing in her bridal fineries and her contagious smile.
Family joins in her journey : Whether she enters on a rath or a crane, whether she has a dupatta or a flower sheet held over her head, the thing that matters the most is the wishes of her loved ones. Here is a bride entering her new life\'s journey, accompanied by her family members. Making her way : In many Indian communities, brides are not allowed to see their groom till they reach the mandap. Here is a Bengali bride who makes her way to the mandap, with her eyes covered with betel (paan) leaves. Her family and friends hold a dupatta over her head as she moves towards a new journey. Indian weddings are loved by all : Indian culture, customs, rituals and celebrations certainly have a global reach. Here is a bride who is not Indian, but her wedding and her entry certainly is. Her friends and family join her in the excitement to enjoy each and every aspect of a traditional Indian wedding, complete with the entry style as well.
Source by : in.lifestyle.yahoo.com
 
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