A typical Indian shadi has a lot of buzz and excitement attached to it! The moment any member of the family comes of age, the over concerned relatives start bombarding him or her with the typical question, “Aur fir, shadi kab kar rahe ho?” even the poor family members are not spared, who are often bombarded with questions like, “Koi nazar mein hai?” or “raunaquen kab laga rahe ho?” While most of these relatives with their endless list of questions may come across as irritating at times, one cannot deny the fact that behind all the questions, they are mainly hiding their anxiety and excitement. They are mainly looking forward to that big fat Indian wedding, where they can have the time of their life with their long lost friends and relatives. And while at it, we need to remember one thing for sure, which is that no Indian wedding is complete, without the involvement of relatives and friends in the same. The moment the wedding is fixed, the atmosphere all around a typical Indian home changes. The would be bride or groom suddenly become the most important people in the world, who are showered with love and care by their relatives. Let us take a sneak-peek into a typical Indian home, which is gearing up for the big, fat Indian wedding:
- The pampered bride and groom: just the fact that their wedding is fixed make the would-be bride and groom the most important people in the world. They are showered with love by their family members. From buying clothes and accessories of their choice to preparing their favourite food every single day, they are actually spoilt rotten to the core before the D-day.
- Happiness all around: the whole atmosphere around the house takes a happy tone when the wedding is fixed. Everyone is happy about the fact that their beloved family member is about to embark on a new journey, which will impact his or her life. All want to bless them and wish them all the best.
- The emotional drama: we Indians as humans are an emotional breed. The moment the wedding is fixed, the immediate family, especially mothers of the bride and groom, suddenly become very emotional. From the time their child took his or her first step to the time they started college, they start recalling all events and shed tearful rivers for the same.
- The hustle bustle: the mundane routine of any household takes a drastic change once the marriage is fixed. Everyone seems to be in a rush, making preparations for the approaching D-day. While half of the people involved don’t even know what they are doing, they still want to contribute towards the preparations in any way possible.
A typical Indian wedding is a spectacle that you need to see to believe. With so many rituals, traditions and involvement of family members, it is unique in every aspect in comparison to weddings worldwide. Don’t miss on attending it if you get a chance.
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