thedelhibells: Haldi

16 thoughts on “thedelhibells: Haldi”

  1. ahh, that looks like so much fun. Even thought I don’t like haldi or “yellow stuff” as I call it, this ceremony was probably a lot of fun for you guys. Congratulation!
    P.S. I have been following your blog, but never commented. Thought today is the day!

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  2. wow! it must had being an amazing day…u look so beautiful..:)
    well my brother is getting married in a month and its an intercast marriage,just like yours..
    and both the families are confused about the rituals…my bhabhi is punjabi and we belong to uttrakhand…well there is no sagan in kumaonis ,we have teeka and the widaai too takes place the next day in the morning ..but as u mentioned in your blog the punjabis believe that widai should take place in ‘taro ki chaau me’..it has confused both the families…

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    1. Hi Sargam! Thank u! 🙂 Yes, rituals are a little bit different, but most are still the same. I guess the parents should talk it out and see which party is comfortable with compromising on which part of the ritual – I’m sure it will work out fine 🙂

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  3. Hey! That must have been an amazing day and you look beautiful throughout the whole wedding journey! 🙂 Also, I really liked all your outfits, especially your wedding outfit, really want to know where you got them from.

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