Haldi Ceremony

Haldi Ceremony

The Haldi ceremony is a treasure trove of good memories and great pictures! Here’s a complete guide on how to plan yours, so as to make the most of this very special occasion. Laughter, leg-pulling, camaraderie and the pungent, tangy whiff of turmeric in the air – a Haldi ceremony is all this and more. Make sure that you capture the essence of this one-of-a-kind celebration by planning it just right!
After all, these are the memories you will cherish for a long time to come. Read on to know how to make this day memorable for you and your dear ones, as you embark on the first steps towards a brand new life. The Haldi ceremony is often marked as an intimate gathering, just ahead of the main wedding ceremony. So, it’s where your family – mums, sisters, cousins, close friends and near relatives will shower their love on you (proverbially and sometimes literally), blessing you against ‘Buri Nazar’ and for a happy married life ahead. These blessings are blended (often with regional and cultural variations),¬†with either milk, rose water, sandalwood, curd and other herbs and then spread liberally over the bride and groom’s face, arms and legs.
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