- Date : 15-09-2013
- Wedding : Kulim Golf & Country Resort. Kulim, Kedah, Malaysia
- Reception : SJK (C) Kong Hoe Hall, Klang, Selangor, Malaysia
- Package : Cinematic Style (Option B)
- Song : Ganesha Mantra (Vakratunda Mahakaaya) & Ambikapathy
- Photography : Capturize Photography
- Deco : Shashi Event Management, Penang (Wedding)
- Genre : Wedding Cinema
“Distance means so little when someone means so much.” This quote resembles of our lovely couple Rao & Mohana’s relationship.
Our smart and gentlemen groom, Rao – working in bintulu ( as a marine engineer – sailor who sails 6 months ) and our pretty bride, Mohana – working in sabah , far relationship that gone through hardship in even to contact each other. They contact every two weeks and it was not the same all the time, and they thank to facebook founder, the only medium or social network that connect Rao and Mohana during the Journey . Few couples understand sacrifice quite like Greek pair. After being apart,. On 15th September 2013, finally they are married.
Wedding is probably the only celebrations comprising culmination of Tears and Happiness. The Journey of Kishna Rao and Mohana’s wedding is one such wedding. It was an outstanding and unique Traditional Indian Telugu Wedding you may view from the highlight .
Telugu marriage is accomplished strictly in accordance with the age old customs and traditions. For this reason, it even bears resemblance with Hindu and Tamil weddings. One of the special features of Telugu culture is that the bride or wife is given utmost importance in the society. She is referred to as the ardhangini or the better half of her husband. No religious ritual is deemed complete without her participation.
In the mandap, the bride is brought by her maternal uncle. The couple has a curtain between them as the priest recited mantras. After this, the Kanyadaan ritual is performed by the father of the bride. He washes the feet of the groom and gives his daughter to him. The curtain is removed at the time of tying the Mangalsutra ritual.
The groom ties a mangalsutra around the bride’s neck with three knots. After this the couple exchanges garlands and are showered by flowers and yellow colored rice. This is called Kanya Daan Akshata ceremony. Next, the Saptapadi ritual takes place, wherein the couple takes seven rounds and vows around the sacred fire. Subsequently, the groom slips silver toe rings on bride’s feet. This ritual is called Sthaalipaakam.
One should never forget that love is one of the greatest human emotions and if two people wish to spend their lives together, out of love for each other, there can be nothing prosperous than that. It was truly awesome, everyone had a blast!
DIGIMAX had proudly accomplished this filming assignment smoothly and successfully.
Rao & Mohana, Thanks for the honour of allowing our team to be a part of your day. Thank you for your trust in DIGIMAX Video Productions and your good heart in recommending your friends who are on their way to get married soon to our video filming service. We were so proud to be your wedding cinematographer really
Last but not least, special Thanks to their both family member , bride party, groom party and everybody….Thanks to all of you. :-))
Youtube link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhrFbjWDXkM