Life is an adventure, we all need to dive in to begin it, and those lucky of us have someone to hold hands with when they make the leap. This wedding was a portrait of a family coming together as a new adventure begins.
And there was Tilak and Sanyukta whose eyes was lit up throughout the wedding, and who probably had to pinch both of them a few times and say ! hey wedding is going on :-p. They were colleagues and now they are colleagues in the journey of life.
Starting of this blog post with this picture!. Just loved the entrance of Sanyukta on to the stage for Nischithartham ritual.
Post Nischitartham, there was a in-detail “Bangle Ceremony”.
As usual did some research on the significance of the Bangle ceremony and found this out :-).
“Glass bangles hold different meanings according to their color. Some regions have specific bangles associated with their local traditions, and there is a more general color code for bangles as well” (Sourced from “The marriages in India”).
Isn’t that fascinating !
Brillant capture by Sharath !
The rest of the evening was super fun. They both would look at each other and introduce their family and friends.
This is what caught our attention the moment we entered brides room on the wedding day.
Sanyukta was all set to steal everyone’s attention.
While the makeup was happening, it was all set for Tilak’s Kasiyatra.
The Peta was gifted to Tilak and attained the groom status.
The crowd had gathered in the wedding hall and Tilak was welcomed to the mandap by Sanyukta’s family.
The curtains raise and was time to get Sanyukta to the stage.
Tilak looked eager to see his bride on the wedding day.
Jeerige Bella ritual was fun.
Curtains go down and first look on the wedding day. We think this picture speaks a thousand words! what do you guys say ?
Skipping Many rituals, for the website providers sake :-p.
This was amazing. Mangalsutra was handed over to Tilak, He would look at the Mangalsutra and he would look at Sanyukta.
It starts from the priest signalling the nadaswarm team, family and friends raise their handful of blessings in the form of coloured rice and the picture tells you what was going on with Tilak and Sanyukta.
Tilak and Sanyukta, it was a great honour to document your wedding and hope you enjoyed the pictures.