The Baraat is a largely adopted in Indian weddings from north Indian tradition by which the groom arrives at his wedding. It typically begins somewhere down the street from the wedding venue. Then, over the course of maybe 20 or so minutes, the groom and his family, accompanied by music, make their way up the street singing and dancing.
The groom himself traditionally rides a white horse (ghodi), which is decked out in flowers and embroidered saddle for the occasion. He carries a ceremonial sword at his side and his favourite nephew or young male cousin (who is usually about 2-8 years old) sits in front of him on the horse
We have a multiple choice for wedding baraat services in Goa, which includes Ghodi, vintage car, ATV bikes, Barat band, special couple entry etc Dhols are common at Baraats , DJs are also becoming increasingly more and more fixtures of the Baraat as they drive alongside of or in front of the procession playing bhangra beats.
where as Bridal entrys takes place with Doli, Floral Chaddar, Dhol, and many other options.
When the Baraat procession arrives at the wedding venue, the bride and her family meet them for the Milni here relatives from both sides meet their counterparts on the other side and shake hands and hug. This usually beings with the fathers, then the mothers, then proceeds to the siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins. The milni symbolizes the merging of the two clans. From there, for Hindu and Sikh weddings, the bride's family, usually the bride's mother, performs an aarti over the groom's family.
The Baraat is very much the jump-start for the wedding day - it begins the celebration with excitement, singing, dancing, and laughter and carries the groom right up to the ceremony, it can set the tone for the whole day so make sure you have all the fun you possibly can!
We provides wedding Baraat service at all wedding venues in goa for our customer as well as for other wedding planners in goa
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