Marriages are made in Heaven and We, at ‘RAJWADU’ ensure the grandeur when the ceremony is solemnized on Earth.
India is known for it's wealth of traditions, amongst them, 'The great Indian Wedding' is the flag bearer, famous for it's pomp and show, typical of the great Indian Maharajas of the erstwhile states.
The splendour and the ambience associated is understood by us at ‘RAJWADU’ and who else ? but us, recreate the opulent majesty in it's true form in keeping with the ‘THEME’.
‘RAJWADU’S’ Majestic Tree lined entrance with Flower Beds, ornaments cultural value and warmth to the traditional welcome. This is in addition to the gaiety of the lantern lit pathways all along the route of ‘RAJWADU’. The Groom can majestically enter mounted either on an Elephant, a Camel, a Carriage driven by Horses or a Cavalcade of Cars in the essence of the ‘THEME MARRIAGE’.
The lush green Lawns exhibit supple opulence to the occasion and lend piety to the solemn event. On this lawn the stage is set which is decorated as per the 'THEME MARRIAGE' of opulence or simplicity like, if your THEME' is royal than you can opt for royal colors like red and yellow and use drapes of these colors and compliment it by Flower decoration as the Flowers sets the mood of the Wedding. The same holds good for the 'MANDAP' where the ‘Mangal-Phera’ or the ‘Kanyadan’ takes place.
The grandeur can be enhanced along with matching furniture like thrones for the bride and the groom to sit.( In Gujarati wedding, sitting arrangements for the bride and the groom can be made on a traditional swing beautifully decorated with golden and silver netted drapes and flowers. This kind of decor gives a heavenly feeling to the wedding ceremony.)
The entire ‘RAJWADU’ is further lit ceremoniously by sparkling lights to illumine the place and bring the sky on earth at night hours to further add to the extravagance.
The entire rituals, be it the traditional ‘JAIMALA’ or POKAVU the 'ARATI', the ‘MADHUPARKA’ or the 'VIDAI' arc completed in entirety with as large a gathering as envisaged. No dearth of space or other limitations mar the exuberant auspices at ‘RAJWADU’.