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Jesal Shah Weds Jennifer Leighton

Jesal Shah Weds Jennifer Leighton

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: Jesal Shah, 32 and Jennifer Leighton, 28 were married in a Hindu ceremony on Sunday, April 29 at The Parador, a State Historical Site which was built in 1928 as the Third Church of Christ Scientist and has now been converted to a social and corporate venue in the Museum District. […]

Bharat Matrimony to Create World’s Largest Wedding Photo Album for Matrimony Day

Bharat Matrimony to Create World’s Largest Wedding Photo Album for Matrimony Day

NEW DELHI: Kick starting a two month long run-up to Matrimony Day (April 14), BharatMatrimony.com has set the ball rolling on February 14 in an attempt to create two world records – • Attempt a Guinness World Record in putting together the world’s largest wedding photo album • Set a world record with 1 million […]

Krishna and Lakshmi Vavilala’s 50th Wedding Anniversary

Krishna and Lakshmi Vavilala’s 50th Wedding Anniversary

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: Krishna and Lakshmi Vavilala celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, November 19 at the Chateau Crystale banquet hall on the Westside with a gathering of 200 friends and family. The evening was organized by the couple’s daughters Amanda, who lives with her husband Richard and children Ashwin, Ariana, and Anand […]

Shuchi Desai Weds Arhaanth Reddy

Shuchi Desai Weds Arhaanth Reddy

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: Shuchi Desai, 26 of Houston and Arhaanth Reddy, also 26 and of Austin were married in a Hindu ceremony officiated by Prafull Purohit over Thanksgiving weekend on Saturday, November 26, 2011 in front of 300 family and friends at Vargo’s on Westheimer and Fondren. The reception that followed for 400 people […]

Anuradha “Nikki” Dhingra Weds Manmeet Singh Vedi

Anuradha “Nikki” Dhingra Weds Manmeet Singh Vedi

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: Anuradha Dhingra, 28 (universally known as Nikki) and Manmeet Singh Vedi, 31 (who usually goes by Manny) were married on Saturday, November 26, 2011 in front on their family and friends in separate Hindu and Sikh weddings. Over 800 people later attended the reception, which was held at the Hilton of […]

Balraj Singh Galhotra weds Kulpreet Kaur

Balraj Singh Galhotra weds Kulpreet Kaur

HOUSTON: This four-day long magical wedding took center stage during the Thanksgiving weekend when many family and friends could come from far and near. Traditional festivities met their match in technology which is how the newlyweds met to begin with. Balraj, 31 (who is universally known as Roger), the younger son of Harjit and Seema […]

Kulbir Padda’s The Bride From India

Kulbir Padda’s The Bride From India

SPRING, TX(Release Date TBD): Author Kulbir Padda brings in a story of the ambitions and conflicts of the people from different cultures  as they melt in the United States pot in his book titled The Bride From India. The story is about Manjit and Raj Pandher, Indian immigrants living in Houston, Texas who pledge to […]

Oberois Renew Vows on Their 50th Anniversary

Oberois Renew Vows on Their 50th Anniversary

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: They were childhood sweethearts thrown together against the turbulent events of the Partition of India. Mahesh’s family fled from Rawalpindi to Jamunanagar and later to Ambala to study; Rupa’s family fled her birthplace of Lahore and settled in Delhi. The met in the Old City where both families lived, in Daryagunj […]

A Wedding Described in Superlatives

A Wedding Described in Superlatives

By Jawahar Malhotra HOUSTON: It wasn’t just the size of the wedding party alone that warpped the mind this past weekend. It was also the organization that it took to manage an invited list of nearly 1,300 people who came to witness the spectacle of the marriage of Hasu and Sarla Patel’s only daughter Sharmee […]

A Desi Wedding at a Ranch in the Rugged Hill Country

WIMBERLEY, TX: The horse was huge, white and as big as a Clydesdale, decked with an embroidered cloth, his hooves painted gold. He paced about with his pretty, dark-haired young handler in her orange salwar kameez, walking him with the reins. The crowd of guests stared, just beyond on the crushed limestone parking lot, transfixed on the groom in his fine embroidered sherwani and an orange turban with tails.

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