Wedding

WEDDING’s ARE PLANNED IN HEAVEN BUT

PERFORMED AND SOLEMNIZED HERE

 

Wedding is the most auspicious moment in one’s life at where two hearts join with each other. To make their wedding great celebration, people from all around the world come to Jodhpur. In fact, it is one of the hotspot, when it comes to Royal weddings.

Royal Weddings are a popular concept among the Indians as well as the foreigners. The royal weddings are organized in the way of traditional customs and rituals. One can choose any Indian style of wedding and make memories here.

ON DEMAND FACILITIES:

If prior notices are given and an additional demand facilities are required there are many that are available exclusively by Garh Govind

TENT

 CATERING

LIGHTS

SOUND

FLOWER DECORATION

FOLK DANCE WITH LANGAS

TOUR TO NEARBY SPECIAL ATTRACTION

THE PRE-WEDDING CEREMONY

Mehandi (Special henna coloring applied in intricate, beautiful patterns on hands) of the bride and the guests. A special sangeet sandhya(Indian Wedding Songs) can be arranged.

THE WEDDING CEREMONY

A traditional ‘Baraat’ or procession starts from hotel’s gates. The bridegroom is offered to have on beautifully decorated Marwari Horse and is escorted by camels and elephants. Folk dancers and beautiful girls welcome the couple with a traditional dance, fireworks and a special “Baggi” (Horse driven Cart) escorting them into the main garden for wedding.

THE WEDDING CEREMONY

The priest conducts the special Hindu wedding ceremony in a front of a ‘Havan’ or alter, reciting religious hyms and chants and blessing the wedding. An Indian music group plays traditional Indian Music in the background. The wedding parties are made more enchanting and magnificent by colorful lightning and melodious music and lots of flower. Photography and wedding video can also be arranged on special requests.

POST-WEDDING CEREMONY

The couple and their enjoy delicious special dinner amidst the lush palace gardens. The couple take a short “Baggi” ride with a glass of champagne and join the group at the gardens for dinner. An extravagant Rajasthani meal is served on special silver “Thalis” (plates) while at the same time a traditional Rajasthani Dance is performed followed by Indian Classical Music.

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