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Vancouver Indian wedding photographer

Vancouver Indian wedding photographer Vancouver is in Canada, which is a multi-cultural country with immigrants from all over the globe. A lot of Indians reside in Vancouver and usually get married in the city instead of going all the way back to India. Covering Indian weddings is not as easy as a western Canadian weddings. Indian weddings usually have a lot happening throughout the days that lead to wedding day. There are many traditions to follow and let’s not forget the...

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East Indian (Sikh & Hindu) wedding photography Vancouver

East Indian (Sikh & Hindu) wedding photography Vancouver   East Indian weddings are ceremonial feasts with symbolic rites and rituals. Despite India’s diversities in language, lifestyle, culture and food, there are many common finds in their weddings. East Indian wedding ceremonies mainly include the marriage traditions from Punjab, West Bengal, Orissa, Assam and other states of India. Sikh, East Indian or Bengali wedding ceremonies consist of simple but meaningful rituals. Their weddings traditions and customs are quite interesting which enable close friends and...

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Vancouver Sikh wedding photography

Vancouver Sikh wedding photography There is not much difference between Sikh and Indian weddings. The major difference between both weddings is that Sikhs take their vows at a “Gurdwara”, a religious place or temple in Sikh religion. The wedding reception is almost always held at a different location. Usually there is more than one event in a Sikh wedding because they take their vows on a separate day and the next day or the evening of is when reception takes place....

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