Day 01 : ARRIVAL AT HOTEL
Royal Welcome (decorated Horse / Camel at main entrance, Dhool / thali, artti / tikka / garlanding, showering flower petals and welcome drink). Room will be allotted with a welcome souvenir and schedule of the wedding with details of events.
1. Lunch with Rajasthan folk Dance.
2. Evening hi-tea
3. Mehandi and ladies Sangeet.
4. Royal Dinner at Darbar Hall (A perfect example of Rajput Mughal style of architecture, the stately corridors, frescoed walls and ethereal audience halls harmoniously reflect the skill of master craftsmen)
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 : SAGAN CEREMONY (Exchange of Rings)
Morning Tea & break fast
Post lazy breakfast, participation in Rajsthani village fair - Meena bazar would be created (Iron men, potters, shoe makers, jewelers and other artistries at work, live bread made by the village women (Millet, corn, wheat bread) musicians and folk dancers, swing for the bride (Decorated with flowers), live food stalls, mehendi artists for guests.
Lunch at Venue
Evening: - Get ready for Sagan Ceremony, where both Bride & Bridegroom exchange their rings. Sagan is the first ceremony in a set of long wedding rituals. On this occasion, the norm is that the girl's father applies tikka on the boy's forehead. Then the boy takes blessings from the girl's family members.
Bar-Be-Que pre-wedding Dinner on Sand Dune
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03 : ROYAL WEDDING DAY
After breakfast – Chura rasm
Lunch at Venue with Gharoli rasm with traditional band.
Evening hi- tea
Baraat (Wedding) Royal Procession in the evening –
One well decorated Elephant for Bride Groom or Vintage car
Four Camels well decorated.
Local band for the procession
Six Royal soldiers
Milni garlands and Jaimala
Welcome fire works at the main entrance of the palace.
After the welcoming aarti and tikka rasam, the bride enters the wedding place. Varmala is one interesting ritual where the bride and groom exchange garlands. After that the bride and the groom are taken to the mandap where the other rituals and rites are performed. One of the most significant rituals is the saptapadi or seven steps taken by the bride and the bridegroom together. Generally, it is here that the couple promises the seven vows by taking seven steps before God, symbolized by fire and light.
Day 04 : BIDAI CEREMONY (Farewell)
1. Doli is the last of all ceremonies. It marks 'saying farewell' to the bride, which usually takes place around 0400hrs.
2. Morning tea & Break Fast
3. Sleep & rest till lunch time
4. After lunch, check out.
» Accommodation on Twin/ Triple Sharing basis.
» Royal Drinks and delicious Veg, Non Veg all meals as per the itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
» Ironing of the clothes /Polishing of shoes
» Beautician only for the bride for all days