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Premarital counseling


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Premarital counselingMarriages are made in heaven. And suffered on earth. This may make for an interesting graffiti board reading, but reality is somewhat an eye-opener.

The chances of a marriage ending in a divorce are increasing at an alarming rate. In such a scenario, isn’t premarital counseling worth all the time spent on it?

The Thematic Wedding Affair


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Thematic WeddigngNot too long ago, Indian weddings were mostly about ostentation and lavish display, often bright, bold and beautiful in a glitzy sort of way. An event most looked forward to from time immemorial, a wedding today is not just an occasion where family elders get go together and bring about the amalgam of two destinies and families.

It’s no longer just about vows and diamond rings or a treasure trove of expensive, cherished things…it’s the making of memories woven with moments of love and celebration, meticulously orchestrated with everything that is designed to create a castle of pure fantasy.  And central to all of this is a theme that runs right through often from the rituals to the reception.  Yes, the era of ‘themed’ weddings has made its advent into the Indian wedding landscape in a big way and is evidently here to stay.

Plan Your Travel


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Scandinavian CruiseBe savvy about pricing and extra costs

Brochure rates are deceptive. For the lowest rates, book with a high-volume, cruise only travel agency, whether online or over the phone, and always shop around.

Caribbean and Scandinavian cruises can be budgetstretchers because you can forego the cost of organized shore tours and still have fun. In Jamaica, Aruba, Curacao, and other islands, simply take a taxi to a nearby beach. In Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, and Helsinki the ships dock within an easy walk or short cab ride to the city center, making it easy to stroll, window shop and find the museums. Most lines also run either complimentary or inexpensive shuttles to town.

The significance of Honeymoon


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Significance of HoneymoonThe word for honey is “meala” in Irish. The word for honeymoon, is “mi na meala” the “month of honey,” and refers to how the bride and groom spend that period of time following their marriage.

Irish monks first produced a fermented honey brew called “mead” for medicinal purposes, then found it could make people feel better. Following the wedding, a sufficient amount of mead was given to the bride and groom, along with special goblets, so they could share the unique brew for one full moon after their wedding, thus the term honeymoon was coined.

Wedding Insurance


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Wedding InsuranceIt is now possible to insure your wedding. Though wedding insurance is not as commonly heard of as a car insurance it is a product that is slowly and steadily gaining popularity in the Indian market. The reason why the companies who do have such a product, do not market them aggressively is because some people are superstitious and would consider even thinking of such possibilities (such as burglary, death of either the bride or bridegroom etc.) as inauspicious. According to Mr. T.A. Ramalingam, head (underwriting), Bajaj Allianz General Insurance, says, “Given the sacred nature of the rituals nobody wants to even think that anything could go wrong.”