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Nikhil & Manisha Destination Wedding Story| Haailand Resorts | Guntur

Nikhil & Manisha's Best Destination Wedding Highlights | Creative Cloud Designs Photography

Best Destination Wedding Highlights of Nikhil & Manisha Marriage Ceremony at Haailand Resorts, Chinakakani, Guntur

"You are my today and all of my tomorrows."

#NagpurJainBride Manisha & #VijayawadaJainGroom Nikhil Destination Wedding Vows

"Creative Cloud Designs , we'll help make your dreams of the perfect destination wedding a reality. Looking for your ideal wedding destinations, Haailand Resorts is the best location for destination wedding in Andhra Pradesh."

"We have tied not only the knot, but our hearts and souls.We have tied not only the knot, but our hearts and souls."

Wedding Story:

Manisha and Nikhil became husband and wife. They chose to have their wedding at the Haailand Resorts located in Chinakakani, Guntur. The ceremony began with Nikhil arriving in a horse-drawn carriage for his baraat. They held a traditional Hindu ceremony conducted by Shukavak outside under a mandap. Following the ceremony, the bride and groom departed with a small viddai. The reception followed in the evening in the main ballroom.

Ever wondered what the traditions and rituals of a Jain Wedding ceremony are? Here, we take you through the traditions of a Jain Wedding, in details.
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The broad ways in which marriage ceremonies are carried out in the country reflect the diversity of India from more than a single angle. While we know the rituals and traditions of some communities quite extensively, some often stay behind the curtains. We intend to take the curtain up today and talk about the wedding rituals that take place during Jain marriage ceremonies.

The Jain community in India are the oldest followers of the Sramana tradition, following the faith laid down by the 24 Tirthankars. Largely, a business-oriented community, Jains thrive across the country in more than 110 sub-cultural sects. They also have a strong presence abroad. The group is known for close-knit and strong family ties and simple approaches to life.

So, when a Jain marriage ceremony takes place, it is a strong celebration of family and friends - simple in ethos and yet expansive in scale. Here are some of the more common traditions that one would see during a wedding from the community. While the traditions and customs may differ by region, but their essence remains the same:

So, let’s see what it is all about!


"The couple then takes seven rounds (pheras) around the holy fire."

The pheras are similar to the Hindu tradition in which the bride and groom take seven rounds around the fire and take their wedding vows.


"Bidaai, a farewell ceremony organized by the family of the bride to officially bid farewell to their daughter as she leaves for her marital home."

The family members bidding farewell to their daughter is known as the Bidaai ceremony. We fail to put the emotion of the moment into words.

"Indian fusion - Varmala- it was considered as the acceptance of marriage proposal by the bride and groom""

And after a tearful ending, arrives a happy beginning. The bride is welcomed to her in-laws' house with rituals, which differ as per the region and local sects. After that, a ritual is performed in which the couple visits a Jain temple and distributes alms to the poor.


"I am so happy that you guys have found your soulmates! Be happy and thank you for such a great party."

Organised after a day, or a couple of days after, the reception is held by the groom’s family where relatives and friends come and bless the couple for a happy married life.

Just like other communities of India, the ceremonies included in a Jain marriage are also deep-rooted into the values and traditions of the community. To have such variant ways of getting married is only seen in India, truly incredible India.

How has your experience of attending a Jain wedding been? Do tell us in the comments below.

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Location Backdrop:

The world’s first Buddhist Theme park in Andhra Pradesh under the Name of Haailand.

Couple : Nikhil & Manisha

Location : Hailand Resorts, Chinakakani, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA

Composition : Creative Cloud Designs Photography, Vijayawada, INDIA

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