G + S – A Mukatsar-Bathinda Wedding

Brides The Groom Wedding
May 11, 2016

 

Groom’s side hailed from village Chakk Madrassa (Mukatsar). I don’t know how to put this exactly in words, but its the part of Punjab which still is very much ‘Punjab’. Gurraj’s Baarat started from the village itself and reached Bathinda. I am eating up a lot of words intentionaly, while writing this piece, because I want you to look through the photo-story which tells it all, just better ūüėÄ

with authentic chooridaars, the struggle gets real.

 

I have seen many Malwayi-Gidha teams but these guys were just amazing!

The traditional songs , being sang all along the wedding, were a treat to ears and soul.

And one chill-session with buddies

Aaaja nach naviye bharjaayiye

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