| Mehendi Night /
Mehndi is an important custom of a traditional wedding. The evening
before the wedding, Mehndi is applied to the palms of the bride.
This evening is celebrated with much pomp and show by all the female
friends and family members. Traditional songs are sung and dances
are performed. It is believed that Mehndi Night brings color to
the life of the bride. The bride is showered with blessings by friends
and family members. She is wished good luck in her life.
Wedding planners Goa can arrange the Mehndi at a venue of your
choice. The entire venue is decorated with fresh flowers. Traditional
Rangolis are put and floral entrance is done. We also arrange traditional
welcome dance and the mehndi girls start applying henna on the palms
of the bride and other ladies in various ethnic styles.
Music is arranged during the night. We can arrange Kawali Shows,
Gazhal Nights or your own very traditional folk singers to add spice
to the night. Various Fast food stalls are set up on the venue.
Our planner always stays on site to ensure smooth proceedings of
your Sangeet Night.
THE COLOR OF THE MEHNDI SYMBOLISES THE INTENSITY OF THE GROOM'S
LOVE TOWARDS THE BRIDE. IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE DEEPER IS THE COLOR
OF THE MEHNDI, THE DEEPER IS THE LOVE OF THE GROOM FOR THE BRIDE.
Music forms an integral part of a Indian Wedding. Music is the
soul of any Indian marriage ceremony. Without music and festivity,
a wedding lacks the sparkle and nerve of a celebration. Weddings
present an occasion when traditional music is usually played accompanied
by various forms of dance whether traditional, folk or modern. The
different types of music played before the wedding and during the
course of various ceremonies, set the tone, mood and atmosphere
for the entire wedding.
In most traditional Indian marriages, music sessions on both the
bride and groom's side begin well before the actual ceremony. The
growing influence of the middle-class Indian has resulted in the
birth of a new music-oriented industry providing innumerable alternatives
to traditional singing to the beat of the DHOLAK. In fact, Hindu
weddings rituals are mere excuses to break into song. Relatives
and friends of the couple sing enthusiastically during the SANGEET
ceremony. Tha Sagan and engagement are also incomplete without the
spirited lifting of voice and dancing.
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