Weddings, if done beautifully, linger in people's minds for a long time. The traditional weddings, where people come together and celebrate the pre and post wedding ceremonies as well are the most memorable of all. Indian weddings that adhere to all the various rituals signify much more than just planning and entertainment. There are several pre and post wedding ceremonies like haldi, mehendi, sangeet, engagement, tilak , vidai, and several others which connect the two people on a spiritual basis and not just as a marriage contract.
Wedding dances form the best part of Indian weddings. It has become so important and popular now that at times, the bride and groom take special lessons to perform well in their wedding ceremony. Weddings are now being thoroughly recorded and heavily photographed, and so, both the bride and groom want to look good and perform their best.
It is not only the bride and groom who perform, but also their friends and family. To add more to it, most of the times, the people who perform compete with each other and declare some prize to the best performer. Dancing as a part of the baraat, which is the traditional gathering formed by the groom and his friends and family on way to the bride's house or wedding venue, is also an Indian wedding tradition, where people dance in the manner they want.
No matter what kind of dances are performed, wedding dances add a lot of excitement, laughter and amusement to the gathering After all, who doesn't love watching their middle-aged parents or elderly grandparents get so caught up in the wedding fever that they cannot help adding a few thumkas to the fun? So today we bring to you such an epic wedding dance which will definitely bring a smile on your face and entertain you. So, want to have fun? Watch the video.
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