Wedding


Wedding is one of the most important events in an individual life. It is coming together of two individuals, two souls and two families. Wedding management and planning can be a daunting task for any bride and groom, or their families. And hence, The Darbaar events Pvt. Ltd. thrive upon making the planning process as exciting and stress-free as possible. We provide an in depth guidance to the families, managing from start to finish and planned to perfection, presenting a fresh perspective and novel approach to weddings.

From the initial conception (pre-event publicity, venue research & booking, transport, catering), to turnkey production (set-up, on-site management, staffing, stage designing, entertainment, security), to post-event support (final material distribution, delegate attendance assessment, post-event report) – we take care of everything.

Wedding in India are performed with utmost care and in accordance with ancient practices. A number of considerations are still taken in account before choosing a prospective match. The regional, religious, cultural and traditional diversity calls in for a variety of customs and rituals being followed in different Indian Wedding.

Hindu Wedding


Hindu Weddings are the most lavish and extensive. They extend over a period of four to five days. They are highly traditional and strongly adhere to the ancient customs and traditions. Moreover, wedding is considered an important religious practice in Hindu religion. It is held as one of sacred sixteen sanskaras or sacraments. It is not just the bond between two people but also between two families.

 Engagement ceremony
 Tilak ceremony       
 sagai ceremony
 sangeet ceremony
 mehandi ceremony
 Solah Shringar ceremony
 Jaimala ceremony
 Mandap ceremony
 Seven vows called Saptapadi ceremony
 Mangalsutra ceremony
 Kanyadaan ceremony
 Vidaai ceremony
 Welcome ceremony 


Muslim Wedding


Muslim marriage is known as Nikah in Urdu. It is given great importance in the religion of Islam and is even mandatory for all. Though the wedding rituals of Muslim marriage vary greatly from the Hindu religion, it significantly lays emphasis on the union of two souls. There are even varied rituals performed before and after the wedding, which lead to the completion of the ceremony.

 Istikhara ceremony
 Imam-Zamin ceremony.
 Magni ceremony
 Manjha ceremony
 Mehndi Ceremony
 Sanchaq ritual (Nikah and Chauthi.)
 Baraat Nikasi
 Baraat Welcome
 Nikah
 Mehar
 Nikahnama
 Aarsi Mushaf
 Rukhsat ceremony


Sikh Wedding


Sikh marriages are also quite elaborate and extend over a time period of one week. However, they are not as pompous and showy as Hindu weddings. Sikh marriage is very simple and adheres to the religious practices. It is held in Gurudwara in front of Guru Granth Sahib. The customs and rituals form an integral part of the wedding ceremony. There are many rituals which take place one week in advance.

 Engagement ceremony
 Tilak ceremony
 Chura ceremony/ Kalirein ceremony
 Maiya ceremony
 Gana ceremony
 Vatna ceremony
 Mehendi ceremony
 Gharoli ceremony
 Milni ceremony
After this, the bride and the groom circle around the Guru Granth Sahib and seek blessings.
 Vidaai ceremony
 Welcome ceremony 


Christian Wedding


In Christianity, marriages are considered the union between man and woman predestined by God. The sanctity of the institution can be made clear from Jesus message, which lays down that wedding is a relationship, a union so real and intimate that the two become one flesh. Husband and wife are treated one in a Christian marriage. Being so significant to the religious mentor, Christian wedding rituals are conducted in church, amidst all friends and family members. Different sects of Christianity hold different opinions regarding marriage and have diverse ways of conducting it. Like all other marriages Christian weddings also have and post wedding rituals.

 Engagement ceremony
 Bridal shower
 Singing and dancing
 Bachelors party
 Haldaat ceremony
 Wedding Rituals
 Groom welcomes at Church
 The couple makes promises
 Blessed by the gathering and the priest
 Copy of the signed page is later sent to the Registrar of Marriages