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4 Unusual Reasons to why you should Marry

By Masroor Ahmad

Suppose you are in the middle of choosing your perfect wedding dress, and all of a sudden, a thought strikes in your mind – Why am I even getting married?  You begin answering yourself with mundane reasons like we are perfect for each other or our family gets along. And these are some very logical answers. But should you only think logically?

That is why I have come up with an unusual checklist which will clarify all your doubts about getting married. Not only this, but you will start appreciating your partner’s love even more.

1. You’re better friends than lovers

Why do you think that Monica and Chandler from Friends end up getting married?

Most of us fall in love, and then we realize that we can also become good friends, but these two characters did it opposite. The biggest challenge couples face is that they have to accept all the flaws of one another, and they still find them attractive. That’s what Monica and Chandler did. That’s how it is supposed to be.  The secret to any long-lasting relationship is that they are best friends and idle Romanic lovers.  A good friendship is accepting one another without any boundaries and conditions. Because they will annoy you some time or might piss you off. But at the end of the fight, you still want them to be there for you, no matter what!

2. Fighting reveals your Passion

Did you know that 44% of married couples believe that fighting more than once a week helps them make their relationship healthy and productive? And this not by chance! Many couples love intense argument because it increases their hormone levels. However, in their mind, they know that their fight is only a sign of disarrangement, which will result in even more passionate patch-up. The goal should be to finish the argument positively.

How do you achieve that? For instance, if there was a massive fight between you two, and instead of searching the root of the issue, you start attacking them by getting all mean. The focus should be on the cause of the problem and not punishing the other person for who they were at that moment.

3. Marriage is not supposed to be ideal

Marriage is not about finding the ideal person but rather maintaining that perfect marriage. We tend to build a fictional story about how marriage is supposed to be. We pick these ideas from movies, failed relationships, family ties, and childhood trauma. And we get confused between sexual attraction and compatibility. Marriage is more about self-realization than a big luxury party. The charm of the marriage should not make you happy as dopamine hit makes you, instead it should make you aware of yourself. When you find that perfect another half, make sure you are ready to see the ugly side also. Accept love and hate. It would help you to fight with the difficult times.

Marriage is accepting Life, it is not supposed to be ideal.

4. Marriage is freedom

Khalil Gibran explains perfectly is his poetry that marriage should not seek any restrictions; perhaps it’s about love and freedom:

“Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. Fill each other’s cup but drink not from one. Give one another of your bread but eat from the same loaf. Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone. Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music. Give your hearts, but not into each other’s keeping. For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts. And start together, yet not too near together: For the pillars of the temple and apart, And the oak tree and the cypress grow not each other’s shadow.”

So if the checklist makes sense to you, consider visiting Subh Mahurat Luxury Wedding ::. for everything marriage related!

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A Perfect Green Wedding

By Ayshwarya Hephzibah C

Save the date, Save the Planet!

Your Wedding day is meant to be the most auspicious day in your life, but it can be a million times worth boasting about if happened in a wasteless eco-friendly style. As an inhabitant of this magnificent Earth, we know how hard it is to live a life without impairing our environment. And all of us are aware of the typical Big Fat Indian Wedding, which is a giant waste of money as well as food, besides holding a firm role in polluting our Terra. So, the idea behind the green wedding is to create a zero or reduced waste to diminish the environmental impact of every occasion on this Earth.

And our team believes that it is not a big deal to make your sustainable wedding as great as possible.  Since sustainability goes hand to hand with preserving nature, your green wedding can make a difference without sacrificing your budget and vision. Think of your big day celebrated in an eco-friendly way, that sets an epitome to all the young ‘about to become couples’ out there! Yes, you can have a guilt-free celebration with your loved one surrounded by your perfected guest list.

To help you design your eco wedding, we have rounded up some creative ideas. Try these small changes to conserve the environment at least on your special day.

Choose eco-friendly wedding invitations

E-vites are a way better than invitation cards, for they are almost free of cost and hopefully, is cent percent sure to reach everyone within the reach of the world within a flash of a second. But, if your desi parents insist on inviting your guests with a typical card, no worries!  You have got seed paper, which is a biodegradable material, that turns out into fascinating greenery when putting in the brown gold.

Pick an Environmentally sound venue

Choose a wedding site that takes sustainability earnestly. You can search for hotels that support the viability of nature. But there aren’t many. Instead go for the natural settings like farm, lawn, a vineyard or beach that is packed with the blessings of Nature, wherein the lighting is produced by the Sun that helps to wipe out the carbon footprint.

Perfect your intimate guest list

Sorry people! If you dreamt your wedding to be really a green one, you must curb down the list of people, whom you choose to witness your big day. Invite only those individuals whose name and the last-meet with them are strongly stamped down in your memory lane.

Don’t Trash; Donate Food

Food makes the mood, without a question. And we know, how generous you are to make your welcomed guests go stomach-full, by serving them with surplus love. But there are those unwelcomed guests out there, who are craving to have your love through Food. If your party is left with excess food, don’t dump that in landfills, instead serve that to orphanages or any charitable trust. But luckily, this has become a growing practice nowadays and we want you to be one of those couples to understand and share humanity. There are many NGOs who collect and distribute the food at free cost; All you have to do is, just ring them.

Go for DIY or built-in décor

Is there anything so embellishing than naturally designed flowers and leaves? Certainly, No! But be conscious of using floral decorations and buy them from local florists. And to top the effect of your big day, switch up the flower crown for the synthetic veil over the bride’s head.

If you plan to go in white or pale colour scheme on your wedding, you can play with more vibrant colours on the floral decorations. And you can even design your site with hanging coconut shell or with paper works. If you feel this as too much work, that’s ok! we have got the solution for you too. Look about for some wineries or farm, which is naturally made ready for you. And it is for sure that these little surprise elements will make your guests ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ throughout the ceremony.

Give Edible favours

Do not bore your guests by giving them plastic boxes or bottles as favours. Instead give them edible favours, so that it means, they are going to use for sure and not waste it. Get edibles from local markets to support their economy.

That’s it! It is simple as this to plan your green wedding more whimsical and more amiable with Nature. Thus, a green wedding is not impossible; Plan with us and make your life easy.

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So where do You Planning to Get Married? Goa or Rajasthan?

Now that you have decided to get married the next question that comes up is where you are going to have your wedding. Yes! The wedding destination.

Are you a beach person or a mountain person? Are you inclined towards natural beauty or you prefer the pomp and show of a grand wedding? You have to decide and the time is now.

Here we suggest a list of most preferred wedding destinations in India to help you choose.

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Have an offbeat yet classic wedding on the beautiful beaches of these islands which are known for their charm. Your guests will be more than delighted to come to your wedding at the holiday destination. Though overrated but you can also go for Goa if you want to make your wedding a party to remember.
  • Jaipur & Udaipur – If you have dreamt of a royal wedding, then these two destinations have the perfect wedding arrangement for you. They have palatial resorts, exquisite lakes, traditional touch and more. No wonder they are the most popular wedding destinations on the list.
  • Lavasa – Never mind if you can’t have your wedding in Italy. We can definitely give your wedding an Italian touch right here in India. Lavasa is the wedding destination that you are looking for. Mountains, lakes, waterfalls and lovely architecture takes you into a different world and makes your wedding the most memorable time of your life.
  • Shimla – It is the most overrated holiday destination but still has a lot to offer for those who want to marry in the mountains. Breathtaking views and magical nights are guaranteed. You can definitely plan your wedding at this beautiful wedding destination.
  • Agra – What could be better than the epitome of love itself for your wedding! This could be a dreamy affair. Isn’t it?

Explore wedding destination options and make up your mind before you end up having a cliché one. We are happy to help. Let us know your thoughts too. Contribute to the ideas in our comment section. See you at the wedding!

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Food that you want to see for your Wedding!

Your wedding menu!

Majority of the guests at your wedding will remember only the food that was served on the day. Therefore, a proper reason for you to pay attention to the menu card of your wedding.

With Indians being experimental with food preferences, we have a larger scope in terms of cuisines. One can choose from traditional north Indian or south Indian cuisines to continental, Chinese, Thai and even Mexican. You can pick a food theme for your wedding too.

Food is on top of the wedding planning list especially in north of India. Weddings in Delhi are known for their exquisite food options. Delicacies like dal makhni, tandoori chicken, malaipaneer or pindichole are always on the wedding menu.

We can always plan a three course meal that takes care of major food preferences especially what the bride and groom love. It can include starters, main course and desserts. Each category having a minimum of five to three different food variants. Also, the presentation of the food stalls is of great importance as they attract your guests and urge them to try more options. Sometimes the food stalls are decorated in a way that they add to the wedding decorations.

Couple of suggestions basis the mass food preferences at the Indian weddings.

The North Indian extravaganza – this primarily includes all the popular dishes at the weddings and is a great package for those who prefer for a traditional wedding. It has great options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. You can also choose from Punjabi, Rajasthani, Pahari, Kashmiri or Lucknowi cuisines.

Chinese platter – The food options listed here are primarily for the starters as they are preferred by all and are filling. People tend to eat more of starters and less of main course. Dishes like chilli chicken, honey chilli potato wedges, spring rolls and soups are loved.

Dessert delight – What is wedding without sweets! You can explore plethora of options ranging from traditional mithaai and halwa to ice-creams, cakes and chocolate mousses.

Hope this article gives you some points to begin your wedding planning. Share your thoughts with us. See you at the wedding! Happy eating!

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