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wedding rajasthanWEDDING TOUR
Rajasthan is the land of the Rajputs where tales of chivalry and valour abound. It is the land of the brave, with a royal touch to their lifestyle. It is a land of majestic palaces and forts rising out of the dunes. Rajasthan's thriving folk culture expresses itself in an abundance of pageantry and color, with exuberant festivals, dance and music in celebration of life The best time for a royal wedding in Rajasthan is from end October to mid April, when it is at its coolest. However, as this is also the peak tourist season for Rajasthan, we recommend you plan and book well in advance to avoid accommodation and travel logistics problems later on. For an exotic wedding in a historic fort or royal palace, in : .. Rajasthan offers delightful venues that let you go back in time. Enjoy a splendid wedding in royal style.

One of Rajasthan's most alluring cities, Jaisalmer, deep in the heart of Thar Desert, abounds in ancient palaces, temples and quaint settlements. This city which lies in the westernmost part of Rajasthan, evokes a vivid picture of sheer magic and brilliance of the desert. As the sun sets, the sandstone buildings emit a lustrous glow, which makes Jaisalmer the "Golden City". One cannot miss the colorful craft bazaar set up for the occasion and a sound and light spectacle, which is organized with folk artists performing against the splendid backdrop of the famous Sam sand dunes.
  Gorbandh Palace
This 67 room palace built of yellow sandstone has intricately carved balconies characteristic of the ‘Golden City’ of Jaisalmer. The Gorbandh Palace hotel is enroute to the famous Sam Sand Dunes and offers contemporary luxuries in peaceful surroundings.
wedding in royal palaces rajasthanVenues at Gorbandh Palace:

Bageecha An open-air garden restaurant, which can be an ideal venue for a wedding. Sarovar A poolside venue, an ideal setting for pre wedding functions. Special dinners can be arranged at the Sam Sand Dunes. Fort Rajwada, Jaisalmer Fort Rajwada is also known as the "Pride of Jaisalmer". The luxury hotel covers six acres, with royal interiors and gardens. Original balconies with intricate carvings and 450 year old "Jalis" adorn the walls of the grand lobby of Fort Rajwada. Fort Rajwada has 65 rooms & 4 royal suites.

  Venues at Fort Rajwada: Fort View Restaurant, Sonal - the Dining Hall, Roopal - the Restaurant, Paatu - the Bar.
The enchanting "Pink City", capital of Rajasthan, offers a range of palaces and hotel properties for small and large weddings. It is surrounded on all sides by rugged hills, crowned with forts & enclosed by embattled walls. Houses with latticed windows line the streets, lending enchantment to the scene which is almost magical at sunset.

Hotel Raj Mahal Palace, Jaipur
Raj Mahal Palace Hotel was built in 1729 A.D. by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur for his favorite Maharani. From 1821 onwards, the palace was used to house the British resident at Jaipur and has played host to several VVIP's like Queen Elizabeth and Jacqueline Kennedy. Set amidst 15 acres of well-maintained lawns, the Rajmahal Palace was converted into a hotel in 1979 and has spacious suites with high ceilings, chandeliers and period furniture, paintings and antiques reminiscent of the royal past. The Raj Mahal Palace Hotel has 23 rooms depicting individually the royal history. All the rooms are well equipped with modern facilities.

  Venues at Raj Mahal Palace:
Charbagh Lawn
The first and the foremost lawns of this palace, date back to the era of Mughal Emperor Auranzeb. No other hotel in Jaipur has this big a courtyard, making it an ideal venue for marriage ceremonies, dance shows, events and spectacular fireworks.
Swapna Mahal
Beautiful arches, "Jharokas" and coloured glass, grace the Swapna Mahal, the multi cuisine restaurant of the The Raj Mahal Palace. This air-conditioned hall adjoins the Diwan E Aam and can be combined with it for larger gatherings.
  Suggested Royal Wedding Program
Day 1
Arrive and transfer to your palace hotel, where a royal welcome awaits you, after which you will be escorted to your well-appointed room. Enjoy a delicious lunch at the venue selected. In the evening get ready for the exciting Mehendi Night with a theme dinner.
Day 2
Spend the day at leisure. Take a sightseeing trip or visit the city's famous markets and pick up some exquisite souvenir. Enjoy lunch. Later in the day you dress up in formal attire and assemble at the wedding venue, where you will be served a welcome drink. The royal procession led by a magnificently decorated horse bearing the bridegroom, lit by lanterns and decorated with glorious mashaals. While the priests conducts the wedding ceremony, you can begin the celebrations with champagne toasts. After the ceremony, spectacular fireworks display lights up the sky. Enjoy a special theme dinner and exciting entertainment.
Day 3
Depart with wonderful memories of the Royal Wedding. In the evening get ready for the exciting Mehendi Night with a theme dinner.
  Wedding Tour
Duration: 3 nights / 4 days
Destinations: Udaipur
Day 01 :
Special Tour India representative greets you at the airport and assists you to check in at a hotel, where you feel special as shehnai players create a royal wedding mood and you are offered a refreshing welcome drink. Have lunch Shiv Niwas courtyard and retire to your room for a nap. You are free to spend the evening as you please.
  Day 02 :
After previous night's excitement, day 02 begins on a lazy note. Tour the local attractions and markets and spend the day as you like.
Day 03 :
Spend the morning at leisure. Gather with the male relatives of the groom at the Durbar Hall and participate in the general merriment as the gentlemen help each other tie the traditional turban. Once the ladies finish dressing up all the wedding guest come together near the gate of the heritage hotel. The wedding procession begins as rose petals and rose water is sprinkled on the guests. The grooms' relatives dance to music made by traditional percussion instruments such as the Dhol and Nagada. The groom rides a caparisoned horse and the entire procession moves with much pomp through a path lighted with blazing traditional torches or mashaals carried by liveried attendants. Once the procession reaches the banks of the Lake Pichola, ferries take you to the Jag Mandir Island for the main wedding ceremony.
  Day 04:
The Rajasthan Wedding Tour ends and you carry on your journey back home.
  Royal Wedding Experience Tour
Duration: 3 nights / 4 days
Destinations: Udaipur
wedding tour in rajasthanDay 1 : Udaipur

Check in at a Udaipur hotel on arrival for the Royal Wedding Experience Tour. Relax in the festive and happy atmosphere and enjoy a welcome drink followed by lunch on the courtyard of the Shiv Niwas Palace Hotel. Attend the special henna ceremony that takes place in the Zenana quarters and enjoy dancing, singing and traditional rituals till late in the night.

  Day 2 : Udaipur
Spend the morning relaxing. Have a scrumptious lunch that is served at the Durbar Hall. Visit Risala in the evening and enjoy a typical ambience of a Rajasthan village bazaar. Enjoy dinner at the Terrace Restaurant at the Fateh Prakash Palace Hotel. Stay overnight at the hotel in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Day 3 : Udaipur
Day 03 of the Royal Wedding Experience Tour gives you an opportunity to see a glamorous royal wedding. The actual ceremony takes place on the Jag Mandir Island. Join the groom's male friends as they tie bright turbans on each other. Have snacks and soft drinks before joining the wedding procession that to the banks of the Lake Pichola from where you are ferried to the Jag Mandir Island on boats.
Day 4 : Udaipur
Today the Royal Wedding Experience Tour comes to an end.

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