In Italy, Hindu ceremonies are religious blessings celebrated by Hindu priests in English and Sanskrit (with Italian translation when and if needed). Therefore, they are considered non-legally binding.
According to local Indian traditions, the rituals in Hindu weddings may vary widely. Nevertheless, Hindu wedding ceremonies are always and essentially colourful rituals with celebrations extending for several days.
The climax of any Hindu wedding is the ritual of the Saptapadi or ‘seven steps before fire’, when bride and groom exchange seven promises that will bind their lives forever.
Hindu weddings in Italy can include Milne (meeting), Swagatam (welcome) and bridal Mehendi (henna application) ceremonies, as well as Sangeet (music) and Baraat (groom procession) parties.
What’s more? Giada Marcuzzi Weddings will provide the couples with the best Indian wedding professionals (caterers, floral designers, musicians) in Italy.