HOF witnessed a love story to complete at royal style in the Fort of Tijara in Rajasthan. “Megha and Prakash” tied knot in traditional Rajput wedding in the ‘Kila’ (Fort) made by Balwant Singh in 1835.
The Spectacular Mardana Mahal, built in Rajput and Afghan architecture, witnessed another high voltage emotion on Engagement/ Ring Ceremony Night of sparkling guests originally from two different cultures Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. Couple welcomed the evening as a celebration of century-old-wine. Our mind went in the night of 19th Century with Rajasthani Folk dance/music and traditional activities. Even after midnight, the charming Couple kept their promise for exclusive photo shoot at the highest point of the Fort.
Marloesand Nikhil first met each other in Abu Dhabi 10 years back. Marloes is from Netherlands whereas Nikhil is from India. However, cultural differences could not restrict each other from falling in love. Both were very excited to know each other about their family, tradition, culture, differences and similarities. All stories have villains. Marloes has to back to Amsterdam for her work. Whoever said that distance kills romances, didn’t know what they were talking about. For Nikhil and Marloes, the magic of love just began. Nikhil changed his profession in few years and started work at the same organization in Amsterdam.
When Sanjit first saw Muriel in a Theater Hall, he thought that she was simply beautiful. He instantly felt in love with her. Muriel is a film maker from Brazil and lives in New York for her work. In Sanjit’s words, the decision was ‘a no-brainer’ for him. He knew Muriel would become a part of his world seamlessly.Huge culture differences lost its cruelty in the streets, restaurants, parks in New York. Yes! They started dating in New York. As a couple, they checked all the boxes on each other’s list. Having a partner it was extremely important for them to value the families. They decided to marry in India with the presence of close-knit familiesand friends.