Indian Wedding Limousine in NYC
If You plan to get married in New York you definitely need to consider our company as the premier limousine service for Indian Wedding Style Limousine Service in NYC. We have many years of experience serving Indian communities and provided limousine service for many Indian style weddings. Our limousine service is very affordable and you will get VIP treatment for your Indian wedding in New York with most luxurious fleet of limousines that are currently on the market. We can customize Your rental according to your wishes and you can travel around NYC like a celebrity and ride around with extravagant style.
Our Indian Wedding limousine service is great for wedding transportation of bridal party as well as the bride and the groom in a lead car such as Rolls Royce or Bentley limousine. We also provide Indian wedding limousine service for guest in one of our exotic limousines or coach bus. Booking process is very easy and straightforward and our Indian Wedding limousine booking agents are ready to answer all your questions by phone, email, Facebook, Twitter or you can also come to our office and discuss all the details in person. We pride ourselves in being very responsive to customer needs and provide top notch Indian Wedding limousine service and we have many returning clients that recommend our Indian wedding limo service to their family, friends and colleagues.
We include here some of the Indian Wedding traditions and celebrations:
Indian weddings are traditionally multi-day affairs, and involve many intricate ceremonies, such as the painting of the hands and feet of the bride called a mehndi. Garlands are presented to guests of honor instead of corsages, and lots of flower or rose petals are thrown for good luck.
The wedding is typically divided into three parts: pre-wedding, main, and post-wedding. The pre-wedding includes all the preparations and a party the night before where each side of the family can meet each other and dance and have fun. A Pandit, who has selected the day of the wedding based on the bride and groom’s horoscopes, conducts a prayer with family members to provide the couple with a happily married life.
The wedding altar (mandapa) is built the day of and the groom is welcomed by his future mother in law where his feet are then washed and he is offered milk and honey. His sister in law will attempt to steal his shoes and if she succeeds, the groom must pay her to get them back. An Indian groom typically wears a turban with a veil of flowers to protect him from evil spirits.
The parents give the bride away, but they do not eat before the wedding to remain pure for the occasion. The bride’s saree is tied to the groom’s scarf to symbolize the union of the souls. During a similar ceremony, a cord is tied around the couple’s necks to protect them from evil and they are typically tied by elders of the bride and groom.
In Indian weddings, the Mangala Sutra is tied around the bride’s neck instead of exchanging rings. The mangala sutra is a cord with two gold pendants and is tied in three knots by the groom to symbolize the bonding of the two souls for 100 years. This necklace lets others know that the bride is married.
One fun ceremony is called mangal pheras. This is when the bride and groom circle the sacred fire four times to represent dharma, artha, kama, and moksha and they run to their seats—whoever gets there first will rule the household.
In Saptapadi, the groom helps the bride touch seven betel nutes with her right toe while they recite seven vows. Finally, seven married women from the bride’s side pass by the couple and whisper blessings in the bride’s right ear. After the wedding, the bride is carried out by her brothers.
The bride then leaves for the groom’s home where her mother-in-law has placed a vessel filled with rice at the entrance of the home. The bride is supposed to spill the rice by touching it with her right foot to signify wealth and that the bride accepts her new responsibilities.
Another fun game for the newlyweds is called Aeki Beki where a tray of water is mixed with milk and sindoor (vermillion) and it is filled with coins and a ring. Whoever finds the ring four out of seven times will rule the household. The day is then concluded with prayers to God requesting happiness and love for the newlyweds.
Our Indian Wedding Limousine service is also providing wedding limousine rental for other cultural weddings:
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