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    Here are a few photo's as promised from the Registry Office in the morning and the Indian engagement ( Sagai) in the afternoon:-

    In order, they are:- Me & my boys
    Komal, the bride and sisters
    Myself & Komal
    Me, Jai Komal & Mayur
    Kyle, Ryan & Me
    My boys, Komal & Mayur
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    Lovely outfits! Vibrant colors and everyone looks so happy!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    beautiful!




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    Oh my gosh, you are all so very beautiful! The bride is lovely!

    Your sons are just too handsome!!!

    Thank you for sharing the photos with us.






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    OK, so now.

    I know so very little about Indian culture. Can you explain the significance of some of the things? If there is a significance I mean.

    For example, the arm of bangles the bride is wearing. Is there a significance to that, or is it simply beauty?

    The scarf that the groom is wearing... again, significant? Or is it just part of the outfit.

    I love your little guy in the pale pink by the way. Looks gorgeous on him!!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 201286
    OK, so now.

    I know so very little about Indian culture. Can you explain the significance of some of the things? If there is a significance I mean.

    For example, the arm of bangles the bride is wearing. Is there a significance to that, or is it simply beauty?

    The scarf that the groom is wearing... again, significant? Or is it just part of the outfit.

    I love your little guy in the pale pink by the way. Looks gorgeous on him!!

    Hey Tink,

    I'll try to answer your questions but I'm not an expert:-

    The Bridal bangles are put on the bride's arms by her maternal uncle and worn for a specific amount of time after the wedding to signify newlywed status.
    The groom's scarf is tied to the bride's saree, symbolizing the union of their two souls
    Kyle looked cute but next weekend when we have the full Indian Wedding, he has a gorgoeous Indian Sherwani suit so I'll post more pictures next Sunday

    Sandra
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    Breathtaking! The bride looks gorgeous, as do you! Those boys of yours - wow!





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    She's so lovely Claire, such a kind person, very calm.

    She was my bridesmaid when she was 3 and now she's getting married - Oh I cried

    Sandra
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    The pictures are wonderful and I can't wait to see the ones from the full Indian wedding :D

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    Great photos Sandra, thanks for sharing.

    One of my biggest regrets is not going to a wedding in India.
    Many years ago I made good friends with the owner of a company in Madras where my company installed quite a lot of equipment and I visied the factory on several occasions.
    His daughter was to be married and my DW and I were sent an invitation to attend...apparently the festivities last for days in India.
    Unfortunately the date clashed with our already booked holiday plans so sadly we were unable to go, but I`ve always wondered what we had missed.





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