Our Bali wedding planner values its customers as much as it values its diversity, professionalism, and flexibility of customer service, and to cater for a growing range of clientele, Our Bali wedding planner now offers a whole variety of wedding types, including an Indian wedding. Indian Wedding in Bali has been made possible thanks to the regular availability of Indian Pandits who reside in Bali on either a permanent or semi-permanent basis. These pundits are officially required to make your Indian wedding viable and genuine. To add to this, a handful of Pemangku, or local Hindu Balinese priests, have gone through the trouble of learning the Vedas and are fluent in Vedic, and therefore also able to perform an authentic Indian Wedding ceremony. Indian Wedding in Bali is the number one choice for any Indian couples who want to get married on the spectacular island of Bali. The highly professional wedding service on offer here will be done entirely according to Indian tradition, customs, and rules. The Indian Wedding in Bali can be held in a variety of great locations and also with the flexible choice of having the wedding party held in a majorhotel or in the dream villa of your choice.
The sequence of events for an authentic Indian Wedding in Bali involve the bride leaving the wedding venue as Barator to then greet the groom's own family. The red kum is then applied to the special spot on the forehead and a special arti will then commence. The Milini ceremony will then proceed according to customs, and gifts and garland will be openly exchanged and offered around. The very beginning of the wedding involves an invocation of Ganesha Pooja, who will then bless the wedding and its congregation. After this, there is a divine prayer to the solar system with its nine planets, just to make sure that they play a favorable role in the destiny of the couple that is about to become married.
Next up comes the giving away of the bride, and this ritual is known as Kanya Daan and will be performed by the bride's father, whereby he pours holy water as a symbolic and emotion act of giving his daughter away. A whole host of official procedures then continues (Gathabandhan, Mangal Fera, Mangal Sutra, Sindoor, Saptapadi, and so on) to be followed until, after a lengthy discourse between bride and groom and utterance of the wedding vows, they are finally married.