There is always so much hungama about the bride in the Indian weddings. Even rituals seem to be a lot more in a bride’s home than that of the groom. The bride and groom make the wedding and it’s unfair that only the bride gets all the attention.
I came across this perfect picture of an Indian bride in all her regal wedding attire sporting jade green sun glasses and twirling her long braided hair, on Instagram. The picture looked mesmerizing by itself. It captured the attitude of the bride brilliantly. This bridal wedding picture might have been a shocker in the Continue Reading
I was in the 7th standard when I read “With the Wedding Photographer”, by Stephen Leacock. Boy, what a hearty laugh I had! Let me present the story of this rather witty account of a person’s interaction with a photographer. This is purely for the sake of people who haven’t had the good fortune of Continue Reading
“Indian Pre-Wedding Photo Shoot Ideas”, my search words in Google. The results, a staggering 15,50,000 in 0.50 seconds. Whoa! That’s a huge number of ideas to actually see and process. But, what really captures my attention is the sheer number of searches!
Indian weddings are big and fat. They are only getting bigger and fatter by the day. Now, they are even going farther! What am I talking about? Destination Weddings Photographer, what else! Destination weddings are such a rage; a somewhat foreign concept to the Indian wedding scenario, not so very long ago. We Indians like Continue Reading
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge – a movie that’s redefined romance in Bollywood. It made Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol a legendary couple, so much so, they are celebrated as the best couple even now, some 19 odd years after the movie.
My mom and dad got married in March 1977. The wedding was supposedly quite, intimate, ritualistic like any Indian wedding in its true essence. Well, this is what we (me, my boisterous bro and sis) were told. You see, we weren’t born that time! LOL!