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Traditional Gujarati Haldi, Pithi Wedding Photography – Indian Wedding Photographer

If you’ve been lucky enough to attend an Indian wedding, or have seen photographs or video from an Indian wedding, you will know that there are a multitude of ceremonies that take place on both the bride and groom’s side before the actual Indian wedding day. One of these is the pithi or haldi ceremony and I enjoy the traditional Gujarati Haldi Pithi Wedding Photography. This entails rubbing a paste made out of chickpea flour, turmeric, rose water, and other variable ingredients, on the bride and groom’s skin. The paste is excellent for the skin and evens out skin tone. Family members and friends have fun getting the bride and groom completely covered in the paste. Here are some photographs from Ekta’s vidhi and pithi, which I photographed during the summer, just before the Indian wedding ceremony in Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London.

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  • Denise - October 12, 2012 - 1:34 pm

    Amazing colours, makes me miss Singapore where I grew up. We don’t see many at this scale in Cardiff, but would love to be the photographer at one. Thank you for sharingReplyCancel

  • Fashionable Indian wedding clothes for men - October 16, 2012 - 8:21 am

    What a beautiful wedding ceremony – expertly captured by you!
    Love and joy are palpable when scrolling through the photos…ReplyCancel

  • Tami - October 20, 2012 - 2:37 am

    Amazing pictures, I have had the pleasure of designing and participating a fundraiser in Peoria IL., called the Passage to India, I have learned so much about the Indian culture and find the many ceremonies amazing.ReplyCancel

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