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Showing posts from January, 2011

Indian Wedding Photography Sydney's intro Video on YouTube

Indian Wedding Photography, Sydney caters for Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri-lankan Traditional Ceremonial Weddings and Engagement. Be is Hindu Weddings, Muslim Weddings, Punjabi Weddings, Gujarati Weddings, Sikh Weddings, Marathi Weddings, Tamil Weddings, we promise a NO-SURPRISE package for your photography needs.

Indian Wedding Photography Musical Slide-show Video

Below videos are now available on YouTube. Bangladeshi Engagement Function, Sydney

Bangladeshi Muslim Engagement Function, Sydney - Bridal Photographs

Bangladeshi Engagement - Bridal Photos This fantastic function took place on 24th Dec 2010 at The Sapphire Function Centre in Auburn, Sydney. Shahrior and Alham, who have Bangladeshi heritage, looked fantastic and so did their family and guests. Colourful outfits, tasty food, homemade dessert, centre staff and dancing made this event a big success. Dipti and I had great fun shooting this engagement and wish the couple all the best in preparation for their "Big Day" in 2011. Bangladeshi Engagement - Bridal Photos Collection of "bridal" style photos:

Indian Bridal Fair Sydney

  Indian Bridal Fair, Sydney "One-shop-stop" for all Indian, Pakistani, Srilankan and Bangladeshi Brides and Grooms to-be in Sydney.   This fair will be held in Sydney On Sat 24 & Sun 25 July 2010 Indian Bridal Fair Level 1 Castle Grand Cnr Castle & Pennant Street CASTLE HILL NSW 2154 If you are looking for a photographer to capture your special day come and talk to us about your requirements. Visit our gallery to view my portfolio.


Indian Wedding Vows  Indian Wedding Photography Sydney Gallery Overview In an Indian Wedding, the bride and the groom have to take seven rounds around the holy fire (Agni). The fire is the sacred and the most pious element in every Indian Wedding. This tradition is known as Saat Phere. While taking the seven rounds across the holy fire, the bride and groom take some wedding vows which are very much significant and which have a very deep meaning. Instead of a contract, the proof of marriage in India is the vows taken during the Saat Phere. About the Vows With every step, the bride and the groom take a Vow. The Wedding Vows are as follows: 1. On the first round, both of them pray to god that they always get nourishing and good food. 2. On the second step, they pray to God that he may give them physical, mental and the spiritual strength so that they may be able to lead a life that is healthy. 3. With the third st