WEDDING SEASON IS HERE!!! It's time again, when everyone would be rejoicing the 'Big Fat Indian Weddings', which bring along endless reasons to celebrate, dress up, enjoy, dance and at the same time worry for the future that AWAITS... While, most Indian girls would have dreamt of having a fairy tale wedding since her childhoodm, guys too nurture several dreams and hopes from their marital bliss. Through this group, I am trying my best to address those many concenrs that would be brides and grooms have in their minds before tying the pious knot... Good or bad, serious or light, big or small, these issues hold much importance in every couple's life. So let's get going and help each other with all the unasnwered questions about 'Marriages'. Come on, let's contribute whatever way we could - sharing tips to have a successful marriage, enjoy sex life post marriage, dilemma between arranged vs love, issues between married partners and the list is endless... Let's make the D Day all the more special!
Monika Rawal and 2 more commented on the blog
on Mar 03, 2014 , 11:16 am
Is it really that important to make a simple thing like WEDDING sound like a difficult task? Or burden?No I am not demeaning marriage as an institution. Neither do I believe that couples who get married are fools. But spending huge bucks on lavish BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDINGS is something that I have never been able to come to terms with. Making endless arrangements, best of catering, affluent decorations, exchange of pricey gifts, wedding trousseau, never ending ceremonies and functions… P more »
Priya Saha posted the Blog
on Feb 14, 2014 , 02:54 pm
Jaipur – The Best Place in India for Destination Wedding
Reporting from Ram Bagh Palace – Jaipur is a very beautiful city royal and grand. Apart from its historic grandeur and noteworthiness recently Jaipur has caught attention of foreigners as well as Indians as ‘the place for a royal destination wedding. In terms of connectivity, it has flight connectivity almost at par with the mainline metros, a fabulous airport, and hotels at all price points, and sufficient transport options. But what really work for Jaipur is the venues. The Jaigarh fo more »
Madhavi Jain reported the Citizen Journalism
on Feb 04, 2014 , 12:38 pm
'Traffic cops ignore jams'
Yesterday was the worst day on the road I had ever seen. It was an auspicious date so there were thousands of weddings happening. We had also gone for one in Vasundhara and it was the worst decision that we could take. We had to go to Red Carpet more »