Category Archives: Palace Wedding

When Shanu contacted us to shoot her Tamil wedding in Mysore. We were simply so happy to be a part of her big day because 1st, we love shooting South Indian weddings and 2nd, we were seriously missing some authentic South Indian wedding feast.     We had no idea who she was. Most of…

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1. Jagmandir, Udaipur- Island Palace in lake Pichola which can only be accessed by a boat. This place makes you feel like a royalty. Perfect for a royal Wedding. A favourite among wedding photographers too.     You know you have arrived at The Jag Mandir when you see the beautiful island in the middle…

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A Royal Sikh Wedding spanning  the stunning Chunda Palace, Trident Hotel, Fatehgarh Palace and the Jagmandir Palace in Udaipur. The events kicked off at the stunning Chunda Palace for the Mehendi.  The venue was the terrace at the Chunda Palace. The Sangeet too happened there on the top terrace and the beautiful night sky of…

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We donned the roles of Wedding Photographers in Jaipur for the Palace Wedding of Anushree and Dhruv at the Raj Palace. A gala Aggarwal Wedding lasting over 3 days was an absolute delight to shoot. Here are a few frames from the wedding. Please checkout the images here

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  • shruti bhandariAugust 13, 2012 - 5:23 pm

    hi,
    i m getting married in jan2013 in ajmer.
    can u send me details of the wedding packages you offerReplyCancel

The Royal Palaces in Samode Palace and Chomu Palace were the venue for the Palace Wedding of Harish and Ruchika and we were the Wedding Photographer for the event in Jaipur. It was indeed a Royal Wedding and both the locations provided an amazing backdrop to the events. The events started with a Mehendi and…

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