• Royal Wedding Rajasthan

    Rajasthan has always scored high on the list of destinations for honeymoon in India. But in recent times Rajasthan has grown in popularity for Royal Weddings in India. Royal Weddings in Rajasthan are celebrated in proper tradition with light, dance and music, presenting traditional Indian hospitality followed by a gala reception of guests. The guest of honor are dressed in traditional Indian dress and jewelry of the bride and groom to exchange the garland, take the holy vows before completing the seven steps to bind their nuptial knots for next seven births.

    Royal Weddings in Rajasthan is a long celebration like a typical Indian wedding continuing for hours. Whether you are interested in extensive and lavish affair or a small and intimate ceremony, Royal Weddings in Rajasthan ensures that the event creates a lasting impression on you and your guests. So, watch out for the elegant preparation, elaborate floral decoration, still and video photography and a lavish spread of gourmet dishes. You just have to give your choice of venue, date of the D-Day, size of the gathering and your meal preferences. Leave the rest to be done on the hands of the organizers who will come out with the best possible arrangement for your Royal Weddings in Rajasthan.

    Royal Weddings in Rajasthan takes place in royal palaces most of which have now been converted into heritage hotels. You have the wide choice for your Royal Weddings in Rajasthan such as the Rambagh Palace, Oberoi Raj Vilas, Jai Mahal Palace, Trident Hilton, Samode Haveli and Mandawa Haveli in Jaipur; Jag Mandir Island Palace, Durbar Hall, Zenana Mahal and Manek Chowk in Udaipur; Taj Hari Mahal, Ajit Bhawan Palace, Ranbanka, Abhay Days and Ajit Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur; Gorbandh Palace, Fort Rajwada, Narain Niwas and Jawahar Niwas in Jaisalmer; Neemrana Fort Palace in Neemrana and Castle Mandawa and Desert Resort in Mandawa.