The concept of Indian wedding has seen drastic changes, over the last few years. Earlier, the ceremony was a brief affair, confined to an economical budget, even though the guest list was long. These changes are mainly due to economic prosperity and the Internet revolution that has exposed people to social trends prevalent across the world. Marriage has turned out to be the most revolutionized institution of our conservative Indian society.
The marriages in India have different varieties owing to the different religions that prevail in India. Every different religion has different wedding rituals, methods and way of celebrations. The common feature of Indian marriages is fun and excitement due to the gathering of friends and relatives. Developing India has liked the changes that were brought to marriages from the recent past. In the olden days, there used to be many rituals and customs that take place in the marriages and the marriages were considered as a heavenly bond between the individuals and the families as a whole.
Earlier, the boy and the girl were not allowed to meet before the marriage. They saw each other only on the day of marriage. Eventually, it gave way to phone chats and then a few meetings in the presence of a family member before the marriage. Things have changed a lot, and the changes are being accepted everywhere.
Besides all these, one of the very trending affairs that have come up is the Pre- Wedding photoshoot.
A pre-wedding shoot often referred to as an engagement shoot, is a photo shoot that usually takes place a few days or months prior to the wedding day. Though pre-wedding shoots have become a necessity for most, a lot of couples have started debating on whether or not they should have one. Some couples think it’s a waste of money and has no use at all. Well, in that case, they might be wrong. Capturing their beautiful moments, after are making memories.
The amazing benefit of this concept is that it prepares you for the Big Day and lets you discover your best pose.
Coming back to the changes in the Indian wedding, An increase in the women employment ratio and the number of women-centric laws has led to the empowerment of women financially and mentally. They no longer are dependent on their husbands. Now, girls are independent, educated, know their rights and hence, cannot be harassed easily.