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What is all about Big Fat Indian Wedding..?

Biggest Indian wedding Celebration

  1. Brahmani Reddy (Janarthana reddy's Daughter, Former BJP minister)
  2. Worth - Cr. ***(More than 500 crores in Modi's demonetization Period)

  3. Subrata Roy son's wedding (Sahara India)
  4. Worth - Cr. 552

  5. Shrishti Mittal Family Wedding
  6. Worth - Cr.500

  7. Vanisha Mittal (Daughter of Lakshmi Mittal )
  8. Worth - Cr. 350

  9. Lalit Tanwar Marriage
  10. Worth - Cr. 250

  11. Vineeta Agarwal Wedding (Pramod Agarwal daughter)
  12. Worth - Cr-130

  13. Payal Bansal (Basant Bansal's daughter)
  14. Worth - Cr. 100

  15. Mallika Reddy (GVK Group founders)
  16. Worth - Cr. 100

  17. Vikram Chatwal
  18. Worth - Cr. 100

  19. Gaurav Assomull (Marigold Group)
  20. Worth - Cr. 45

Big Plans needed for Highly Budget Marriage:

As everyone know there will a perfect plan for a perfect big fat indian wedding. Nothing could be done well without any prior plan management. Whether it may be a caterers or decorators, you have to book them in advance. Its really hard to pick the best in season timings. There are so many wedding planners around you. Book them after go through thier portfolio, services. Because you are going to pay your hard earned money.

Some of the necessary things you have to do. They are as follows,
1) Book a Venue
2) Decorators(Wedding Stage/ Mahal)
3) Catering Services
4) Entertainment Zone(Dj, Party, Dance Shows)
5) Photography & Videography
6) Balloon & Flower Decoration
7) Transportation
8) Welcome Drinks/Desserts
9) Chaat Stalls etc.,

Importance of an Event Organizers:

There are so many functions, events be there in a big fat wedding celebrations. Time is another important one to handle that carefully. Being a single man, you can't supervise all the things going around you. Hence, event management company is required to make your function more special and superb.

Food wastage:

In such a kind of loyal wedding, food wastage also plays a role well. But its fully based on your bad calculation about the arrival of persons/guests. You have to arrange for Vegetarian food items too. Be prepared to cook the food based on the guest arrived. Serve the foods to needy people and those who are poors. But Dont waste the food that excess. One of the verse from Al-Quran says,

"O children of Adam, take your adornment at every masjid, and eat and drink, but be not excessive. Indeed, He likes not those who commit excess."
Source: Al-Quran 7:31, Surah Al-A'raf

Why Should We avoid such Royal Wedding:

In Islam, Marriage is described as an act of worship, sacred one. It should be conducted in simple manner. but nowadays seeing such a marriage is rare. Peoples are booking big mahals and they are ready to spend money. Some kind of people encourages dance shows too.

1) Marriage should be happened without any huge expense.

The Prophet (SAW) is reported to have said:
The marriage which is most greatly blessed is the one which is the lightest in burden [expense]. However, if people are well catered for, without extravagance and show, there is no problem with that either.” (Reported by Bayhaqi).

2) Invite the poors too for the marriage ceremony.

Abu Huraira said, “The worst food is the food of a wedding banquet in which the rich are invited but the poor are left out.”
- Source: Sahih Muslim 1432

The Marriage Banquet (Walima):

"Marriage banquet" is called as Walima in Arabic. Its one of the traditional aspect of a islamic marriage ceremony. The meaning of walima is "to gather or to assemble". Walima can be conducted once the nikah is over.

Do you know what prophet Mohammed (SAW) hosted for walimah ?

Anas(RA) Narrated : The Prophet Mohammed (SAW) stayed for 3 days at a place between Khaibar & Medina, and there he consummated his marriage with Safiyya bint Huyay. I invited the Muslims to a banquet(Walima) which included neither meat nor bread. The Prophet ordered for the leather dining sheets to be spread, and then dates, dried yogurt and butter were provided over it, and that was the Walima (banquet) of the Prophet.

Source: Sahih Bukhari (Volume 7, Book 62, Number 89)