Indian Wedding Planners is a brainchild of Harjai Corner House Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, an ISO-9001-2008 certified Company promoted by Mr. Raakesh K. Harjai and Mr. Ashok Kumar, who has been in the Hospitality & Wellness, Travel & Tourism, Recreation , MICE, Wedding & Event Management Industry since 1988 based in India.

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The Bengali bride wears a Benarasi sari with a wide zari border and drapes a red cheli or veil on her head. A sholar mukut or crown carved out of pith, is an attractive headgear befitting a queen. Artistically designed motifs mark the bride's forehead and heavy gold jewelry complements her bridal attire. The traditional marriage symbols for a Bengali woman are the three types of bangles namely shankha (conch shell bangle), pala (lacquer bangle), and loha (iron bangle). The bridegroom dresses in traditional white dhoti and kurta. He drapes a chadar around his shoulders and adorns his head with a huge sholar topor that adds height to the wearer. A floral garland around his neck and a metallic mirror, darpan, held in his hand are the other accessories. His make-up consists of chandan dots on his forehead. For the actual wedding ceremony, the groom changes into clothes gifted by his father-in-law. This ensemble, the jor, is a twin set consisting of a dhoti and chadar which is made of garad, a traditional silk fabric from Bengal. He now wears a topor presented to him by his father-in-law.

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