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About Wedamor

Wedamor is a wedding planning application aimed at the overgrowing and largely unorganised wedding planning market. With the advent of technology, higher disposable incomes and a need for customized weddings on the rise, an opportunity is very evident for online wedding planners who can provide the services at a fraction of the costs which a traditional wedding planner charges.

 

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Category: Customs & Rituals

Indian wedding customs and rituals enrich the nation with culture and customs which have been followed over centuries and should be continued to form an integral part of Indian tradition. Different religions and faiths, which are a part and parcel of various communities of India, make the rituals very unique and interesting. Every belief system is identified by its own practiced set of rites and rituals thus making up a galaxy of rituals. Such rituals are practiced by innumerable people living in India with deep respect and devotion.

Manglik Marrying a Peepul Tree: Bizarre Indian Customs

A wedding or commonly referred as “vivaha“, “kalyanam” as per Indian Customs, is considered to be the most pious ceremony in a person’s life. The ceremony which unites two souls forever, an opportunity for two people to grow as life partners with a lifelong social and spiritual responsibility. Basically, in India, weddings are of their own … read more

Indian Communities & Fascinating Wedding Customs

Speak of Indian Wedding customs and what immediately comes to our mind is the exaggerated display of pomp and grandeur; of mouth-watering delicacies and magnificent apparel, of royal venues and lovely guests. But Indian weddings have more to it. The rituals, customs and traditions in our weddings are absolutely unparalleled. As diverse as it gets, … read more

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Have Our Weddings Changed? Especially Indian Weddings

When Coco Chanel said, ‘Fashion changes, but style endures’, I’m sure she excluded Indian weddings as an exception. Or maybe he didn’t account for this exciting festivity, which appears to have evolved drastically, both in its style and fashion weddings changed.  So have our weddings changed? We’re not saying the basic ethos of Indian marriages has been … read more

Wedding Return Gift Ideas For Shagun

Shagun is a very prestigious wedding favor given to the guests when they come to attend your wedding. It is considered as a token of gratitude and appreciation for being present at the wedding with their love and blessings to shower. It is also common for all guests to gift the bride and groom with … read more

Indian Flavored Drinks For Cocktail Party

The most anticipated day at some of the weddings ought to the cocktail and dance night. It is supposed to one of the most amazing, unforgettable night the couple has together as bachelor and bachelorette.Indian flavored drinks for cocktail party Celebrating this night by having some drinks with your friends and close ones make it so much more … read more

15 Reasons Why Weddings In India Are An Affair of A Lifetime

Weddings In India are an Affair and Celebration of a Lifetime 1. Weddings In India Meeting old Friends Weddings In India Some old college friend who got settled in the US or your childhood buddy, you will get to see all of them on your wedding day. 2. Fun on Social Media Weddings in India have a … read more

Saat Phere of Wedding- Seven Auspicious Parikramas

 Although we, Indians, are abundant in customs and rituals but seems incognizant about the theories behind them. With the passage of time, not even our dressing but our culture has been overhauled a lot. In this fast paced life, most of the people become negligent towards a decisive and essential event of their life “Wedding”. … read more

The Joota Chupai Ritual

It means a union of two families as two souls tie knots! And so, often the joota chupai ritual are intended to bring the two families together in a bond of fun and understanding! And it is herein where the concept of “joota chupai ritual” comes in! To me, joota chupai is perhaps almost the most … read more

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