Indian Weddings

But beyond that, this book will inspire couples to recreate the beauty of the rich Indian culture--one that is famous worldwide for its wedding celebrations.

Indian Weddings

Author: Simran Chawla

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764335471

Page: 144

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Following in the footsteps of tradition, Indian American couples are marking their impressions on an inherited culture. Through a mix of approachable text and scintillating photography, this book is a visual guide to Indian American weddings today. Resources include beauty and shopping tips, budgets, and schedules to help anyone who is planning an Indian wedding. But beyond that, this book will inspire couples to recreate the beauty of the rich Indian cultureone that is famous worldwide for its wedding celebrations.

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