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Real Weddings: Royal Jodhpur Extravaganza By Perfexion Events

royal Jodhpur wedding

A spectacular and glorious wedding took place recently at the Taj Gateway Hotel, Jodhpur. Sandeep Jangid, the son of real estate tycoon Shri Punaram Jangid tied the knot with Sheetal, daughter of an affluent jeweler from Akola. The wedding was full of gorgeous details, stunning decor and numerous memorable events. The beautiful couple tied the knot amidst love and laughter and the splendid wedding was planned and organised by Anil Bohra, MD of Perfexion Events and his team of specialists.

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The festivities started with a lavish and colourful Mehendi ceremony organised at the Hotel Pratap Niwas Palace, Jodhpur.

royal jodhpur wedding



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Along with the Mehendi ceremony, various activity stalls were set up for guests including jutti, bandhej duppatas, tarot card reader, palmist and numerology experts. The event was filled with lots of surprises and kids had a great time watching a magician perform tricks. Next was a stunning performance by a Garba group that danced and welcomed the to-be-couple for the ceremony. A unique “Vivah” dance theme was also performed and conceptualised for the Mehendi by Dance Smith group.

The exuberance continued in form of an exotic Sangeet ceremony organized at The Taj Gateway Hotel, Jodhpur. The bride looked like a princess as she made her way down the aisle in an elaborately decorated auto driven by the groom himself! This stunning entry mesmerized the guests. The to-be-bride wore a beautiful pink lehenga having golden embroidery that complemented the decor colours. The evening was made even more memorable through an outstanding performance by Indian Idol fame Rahul Vaidya.

royal jodhpur wedding

The show was emceed by famous TV actor Karan Wahi & anchor Sunanda Wong along with choreographed family dance performances. Sand Act by renowned India’s Got Talent fame artist Rabin Bar was simply incredible.

TV actor Karan Wahi & anchor Sunanda Wong emceeing at a wedding in Jodhpur

The perfectly carved Ice statue of the couple made a distinctive impact on the entire ceremony.

ice carved statue of bride and groom at Jodhpur royal wedding

purple pink decor at royal Jodhpur wedding

purple pink decor at royal Jodhpur wedding

purple pink decor at royal Jodhpur wedding

Finally the wedding day arrived!  The royal baarat consisted of majestic lawazma including horse lancers, elephants, baggie, brass band, dhol party and crystal umbrellas. But the most awaited moment was the helicopter flower shower on Sandeep who rode an elephant right through the grand palatial gates, while Sheetal awaited a glimpse of her Prince Charming.

beautiful Indian wedding couple in royal Jodhpur wedding ceremony

The vedi at pool side was incredibly decorated and perfectly suited the occasion. The varmala between the bride & groom took place on a unique platform having elephant-shaped Ice-carved sculptures on it. The entry to the palatial stage was decorated with flowers.

royal Jodhpur wedding decor

royal Jodhpur wedding decor

royal Jodhpur wedding decor

royal Jodhpur wedding decor

The bride and the groom entered the venue in a baggi, welcomed by gorgeous Russian girls alongside main entrance. Next came fascinating performances by flute artist Baljinder Singh followed by a 12- piece international symphony.

Baljinder Singh flutist

performances at royal Jodhpur wedding

The unique Venetian carnival act by foreign artists and fountain girls made the evening memorable.

Venetian carnival act

Sandeep and Sheetal’s wedding was a true depiction of elegance personified. After the pheras (the main wedding ceremony) came the reception. The couple and their families expressed their happiness and gratitude as they saw their dreams come true.

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