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Weddings anywhere are a big deal but in India they assume biblical proportions. The complex customs, traditions and the rituals make Indian weddings unique in the world. And the fact that the traditions vary from community to community make the weddings even more fascinating to an outsider. As most of you are probably aware, traditional Indian weddings can extend to three or four days. The sangeet ceremony, mehandi and other rituals are special and somewhat curious for an outsider.  Weddings are the perfect opportunity to experience the culture of a place. Now, with, tourists interested in the Big Fat Indian Wedding will be able to attend the function for a small fee. Also Read - GRD vs BGR Dream11 Team Prediction, Vincy Premier League T10 2020: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Grenadines Divers vs Botanical Garden Rangers 3rd Place-off at Arnos Vale Sporting Complex at 7.30 PM IST

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The website, which was launched a month ago, let you purchase a ticket to attend an Indian wedding. The cost of a ticket is upward of $300 or approximately Rs 20,000 and it includes meals, accommodation and access to three days of wedding events. Couples can enlist their weddings on the website and sell tickets for the same. Presently, a dozen weddings have been listed. For each ticket sale, 15 per cent commission is kept by as fee. The site also offers wedding bookings in Turkey, Hungary and Russia. A family member will be nominated by each couple who will guide the tourist and explain all the rituals and events.

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Bangalore-based Rajasthani couple, Abhishek Paliwal and Lavina Purohit, will be getting married in January and the ceremonies will be held in Indore and Udaipur over four days. The couple are offering 10 four-day tickets for Rs 37,000 ($550) each for the ceremonies in both the cities. 10 two-day passes are also being offered for Rs 27,000 ($400) to either city.


The cost of an Indian wedding is usually above Rs 50 lakh and the website will also give the couples an opportunity to crowdfund the wedding.  After registering online, couples can ask their friends and family to contribute for the wedding. will help lessen the financial burden.

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