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feasts in indian wedding

Darshil Jal daru khanewala
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ndian weddings are mostly about fun merrymaking and tradition. what is the importance of feasts in Indian wedding

Posted On : 3/26/2009 6:46:12 AM

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Ragamala Chakraborty
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Weddings are no less than festivals in India. The food that is served at the wedding depends to a great extent on the region the wedding is held in. Just like the rituals are kept in mind while Indian weddings, the kind of feast and its variety also depends on the culture and region, so does the food and its delicious dishes. For example, the food served in a Maharashtrian wedding comprises delicacies based on coconut gravy. The Indian Wedding Feast is different to the other ones in terms of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes depending on the traditions and ethnicity of the groom and the bride. The cooks use all their culinary skills to prepare these meals of gastronomical delight.

Posted On : 3/28/2009 4:52:06 AM

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Gaurav Soni
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Feast plays an important role in Indian wedding as due to feast only when people gather at one place including friends, relatives of far and near they gets a chance to meet each other and to make and maintain their relationships. By the means of feast we come to know about the tradition and the culture of other sects, caste etc. that is why feast plays an important role in Indian Weddings.

Posted On : 4/24/2009 3:05:11 AM

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