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With such a fantastic range of four star hotels , located in stunning, yet convenient locations including The Pink City- Jaipur, Pushkar and Udaipur we are sure to have a wedding venue in land of Rajwadas - Rajasthan to suit you.

Whether you are looking for a wedding venue or somewhere to host a private party or special event, you need to know that everything will be taken care of. With vast years of experience of running functions, events and weddings, we can help you at every step and offer you the tailor-made personal service and attention to detail that Pachar Group Hotels has become known for.

Facilities for wedding segment

Hari Mahal Palace, Jaipur is a very beautiful heritage property which is situated in the heart of the city. It adds back to 1930. The venue is great for a splendid wedding & pre-wedding functions as we aim to provide the ideal selling for a regal wedding, where we provide grand processions led by horses, elephants, gala dinner with traditional folk dances ,special "Mehfil" evening with flowers & lighting. The genesis is to treat the guess with unique themes, culture Of the region. The lush green lawn at the venue is ideal for those who want an open wedding ceremony. Also we have weddings hosted at "Aaram Baagh-Pushkar" & "Aaram Baagh-Udaipur". Aaram Baagh Pushkar provides you a weddings destination where you an experience the age of magic & mystery in the Persian, Greek, Arab, India, & Chinese style.

Aaram Baagh Udaipur provides you a weddings destination surrounded by lush green mountains and a memorable experience amidst the greenery.

Marriages in India are celebrated with great, pomp and grandeur. Mock wedding can be arranged for our guests with special emphasis on traditional rituals and active praticipation for each and every member.

To start with the group is divided in to two parties i.e. The Brida and Groom are clothed in colorful and traditional Indian wedding attire complete with turban and jewels.

Decorated camels/horses/chariots form the groom's procession which is led by a brass band and other musicians. When the procession reaches the Bride's richly decorated venue with lights, fresh flowers and leaves they are heartily welcomed by the brides parents, relatives and close friends.

The Bride and Groom are seated in ornamental chairs on a stage, where the wedding garlands are exchanged followed by folk dances, music and a sumptuous wedding Banquet.

After dinner the Rites and Rituals begin in the Mandap(small decorated stage) with the chanting of Vedic mantras and hymns by learned pandits from ancient Hindu scriptures.

The Bride and Groom then tie the knot of ever lasting union in front of everybody, and then take seven rounds of the sacred fire, each round signifying a sacred marriage vow.