Plan a royal Indian wedding at these 5 destinations in India

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In India, marriage is one of the biggest festivities. The food, the outfits, the decoration and the huge gathering is what makes it so special and celebratory. In India, we get an opportunity to have a royal wedding at an opulent palace dressed in a regal attire. Palace weddings are a gigantic dream that can only be successful with thorough research and planning.

Though lockdown has led to a lot of changes. One of the most prominent has been social gatherings and family functions and festivities and has led a lot of weddings to postpone. You can still plan a grand wedding for the next year. So today, we are gonna talk about 5 destinations in India to plan a royal Indian wedding experience.

1. Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad

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This charming palace stands tall in the royal city of Nizams that offers the larger-than-life wedding celebration. To feel the enchanting Nizami era, this sophisticated palace offers a vibrant atmosphere to get married in.

2. Neemrana Fort Palace, Alwar

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Built in the 15th century, this is one of the liveliest historical locations to tie the knot. With the Roman amphitheatre and serene hanging gardens, this 553 years old medieval fort-palace is one of the best places to get hitched at.

3. Fort Jadhavgarh, Pune

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This 300-year-old luxury palace defines fine Maratha legacy to the core. With around 14 kilometres away from Pune, you cannot miss the scenic view of this palace. This heritage palace also tailors the weddings as per the couple’s choice.

4. Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur

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Umaid Bhawan Palace is a gorgeous blend of eastern and western architecture. This architectural marvel hosted many massive celebrity weddings such as that of Priyanka Chopra & Nick Jonas.

5. Suryagarh Palace, Jaisalmer

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One of the cosiest places to get married at, this palace gives an enchanting royal wedding experience. Nestled amidst Thar Desert, this palace allows the couple to interchange the vows in the middle of the dunes that gives a rich taste of the rich Rajasthani tradition of the city.

Published by Vidhutma Singhania on 24 Aug 2020

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