Swati’s Sister’s Wedding :D – A Rajasthani Hindu Wedding in Ludhiana

Brides The Groom Wedding
May 19, 2017

Well the Post has been titled such for one solid reason. Every time Swati says anything regarding Divya, it just shows that how possessive and attached she is to her elder sister. Swati and I, had conversations several times during and after the wedding. She always, I mean always, addresses Divya as “my sister” 😀

So this wedding to me is Swati’s sister’s wedding. Credit should be given where it is due! hana?

Kiran, Divya’s best friend/soul sister , can be seen dancing on almost all occasions in this post. These two girls have had such a great relation since they were in junior school. Only at the Doli I could find out that it was probably Kiran’s coping mechanism for the pain she was feeling as Divya was going to move to a new house. Kiran and Divya didn’t hug at the time of Doli. Just about then everything turned into a movie-like-climax. Just as Divya was about to step out of her house, she ran away, pushing everyone aside and hugged Kiran so tightly, as she was standing in the last row. And boy! these girls cried uncontrollably.

Want to know about the groom? Just look for a picture in the ‘mandap’ when Divya looks at him in this post 🙂

 

 

 

 

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