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A Grand Grandeur! Adithi with Kruthik

By Executive Editor

The Chamaraju Family solemnised the wedding of their ‘angelic’ daughter Adithi with Kruthik. The family owns several property related businesses and the bride’s mother hailing from an aristocratic family from Andhra Pradesh, had dreamt of a royal wedding for her daughter and thus arranged a royal Rajput wedding for her beloved princess! With such a royal descent, a wedding in the family had to be an extravagant affair!

The Invite…
In the true sense of an ancient wedding, every ceremony begins with a wedding invite. The invitation had a traditional Rajputhana wedding as its background, while the corner was bedecked with a mango shaped ornament. With minimal and apt literature, it was an ethnic yet simple invite. Adithi is a management graduate from Bangalore who has been involved in developing her ancestral business, an amalgamation of beauty and brain besides aristocratic affluence kept the invitees attention to her all the while.
Kruthik having a master’s degree from the US and an extremely young and handsome groom left no stone unturned to impress his new bride! He went on his knees on the dais during the Sangeet to ask his gorgeous bride in red to marry him! The duo then danced on the stage, setting it on fire with their presence! Hailing from a political family and being born to successful advocate parents, the groom was a class apart too.A relationship lasts for seven lives - saath janam ka bandhan. With the Tilak (engagement) and Ban (commencement of the wedding ceremony), this Rajputhana wedding had every essence of a traditional wedding.The wedding commenced in a completely fresh style, with a cocktail party that wooed the guests to yearn for the upcoming novelty!

The pre-wedding celebrations were executed at the family owned Chamundi Group of hotels. The Sangeet was a joyous and a grand event, with the dazzling bride dressed in Latha Puttanna outfit looking like Jodha of the Jodha Akbar fame, the groom too danced to the tunes that heralded a new beginning to the upcoming royal wedding. The blue and red lights were coordinated with the costumes of the couple.
Former Chief Justice Sri Rajendra Babu, former Union Minister Sri Pallam Raju, members of the royal family of Mysore, and members of top business families from Bangalore and Hyderabad attended the event and blessed the couple.Well-known philanthropic friends from the Kshatriya community, famous film stars and other Page-3 celebrities were also a part of the esteemed guest list that graced the occasion.

Style amalgamates tradition!
The Deccan (groom from Hyderabad) and the South (bride from Bangalore) came together as Jodha Akbar had in the past with the same grandeur and class as every minute detail was meticulously looked into, to make the event legendary.‘Wedding Mansions’, the sole vendor for all the weddings at Bangalore Palace coordinated with the Chamaraju family for over 3 months and about a 120 people worked methodically for the successful execution of this tremendously extravagant gala event!
Dhukav, the arrival of the groom and his family and their reception by the bride’s side - which in South is called Varapooja - was done in true Rajputana style with swords and royal armours that portray bravery and gallantry. The plush Bangalore Palace was adorned with grandeur and was a feast to the guests’ eyes.A traditional wedding, a royal Rajput wedding it was. A graciously opulent bride entered the embellished venue in a ‘Paalki’ in poise. The affluence of beauty and the class of the decors enhanced the already elegant bride as she walked to her chamber. The entire frame-work of the wedding was chosen from ancient weddings of Rajputana princes. The roof decor, silken drapes, colour-coordinated carpets, festooned flowers, garlands and not to forget the grand chandelier at the mantap, all were well-planned and perfectly executed!

The bride and her intimate associates wore bespoke SabhyaSaachi outfits that added to the glitz of the ceremony! The vital essence of a wedding is the ‘Fera’ - getting married around the fire as natural evidence of the wedding - ‘Agni-sakshi’ then follows. The three daughters (Adithi and her two sisters) of the Raju family dressed like princesses and looked angels straight from the heaven.
While the guests chatted over a variety of snacks and savouries served across the hall, the matrimonial unison and celebration galloped with great vigour while lunch was served at the dining area. The marriage was solemnised and the couple bejewelled the dais!

Palate-all at the palatial venue !
Food is the other most essential part of a wedding and the fare at the Raju Family wedding was not just elaborate but also sumptuous and delectable. North Indian, South Indian, Rajasthani/Rajputhana, Italian, Continental, Asian and European; these were the cuisines that made a vast spread of tantalising delicacies to choose from.
The reception was a mega-event too! Just as their wedding was full of vigour and cheer, we wish the couple a life full of love and bliss!


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