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Chilly winds that bring an icy feel- the winter has made its way through taxing months of summery heat and messy monsoon. In India, with the onset of winter begins an array of celebrations starting with the Diwali week followed by the endearingly joyous wedding season. The December to February months are a time for wedding overhauls but, this year, the pandemic has limited the season to intimate celebrations with lower guest numbers.


Planning your wedding wardrobe for winter

The very thought of attending an Indian wedding can get you going around in high spirits. Especially if a near and dear one like your sibling or a close friend is all set to tie the knot, the excitement is at an all-new level. The Ganesh puja, ring ceremony, the pious Haldi ceremony, the colorful Mehendi party, wedding pheras, Designer Sarees and the grand reception, the list of events is long with smaller rituals and after-parties included!

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