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How to make easy Henna design for Indian Wedding.
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Surprise Punjabi Bhangra Wedding Dance
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Rishi Rich Wedding Teaser
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Sikh Wedding in Atlanta (Georgia, USA)
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Dowry deaths are the hidden curse of the big fat Indian wedding

"The wedding should basically be in the big palaces of Rajasthan and the reception in a beach house with gowns and all." This was how a young Indian lady articulated her wedding dreams on Satyamev Jayate, the new television talk show hosted by Bollywood icon Aamir Khan.
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But now, it's the small screen, which has been hit by the blitzkrieg called wedding mania, with several prime time shows flaunting the marriage tracks with aplomb, or gearing up for one. We dig deeper into this trend, which has hit GECs like a bolt from the blue...
Shaadi mania hits TV
Shaadi mania hits TV
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Indians tend to spend exorbitantly on weddings, especially the bride’s family, which leaves no stone unturned to please their daughter's in-laws and eventually feel the pinch on their pockets. Something on similar lines will be discussed in the upcoming episode of SJ. The sources close to the show reveal, “Big fat Indian wedding will be the next topic of debate on Satyamev Jayate.”
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Demand for Indian couture has surged in the Middle East and East Asia in recent years, but the geographically and culturally distant West remains a largely unexplored frontier.
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“I am not of Indian descent but love the bright colors and festive décor of Indian weddings. How can I tap into that look without having it look like an Indian wedding?
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Bridal Seven Commercial "Dream Wedding"

A stunning wedding ensemble, designed for the seven auspicious rituals that make a South Indian wedding (Nichayadartham, Mehendi, Oonjal, Muhurtham, Nalungu, Reception and Grihapravesham) truly special. A concept conceived by RmKV who were the first to identify the need for seven sarees for the seven wedding rituals. Designed and woven by weavers awarded with recognition and bestowed with the gift of art. Another first from RmKV, exclusively for the South Indian bride
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