Indian Wedding AttireHalf the fun of attending an Indian wedding is getting dressed up. Especially for women, this is the chance to go all out and match dress, shoes, jewelry, makeup, purse, bangles, other accessories, nail polish – anything. The men’s a Western formal or party wear is acceptable, especially for men, but one might regret that choice later upon seeing all the beautiful traditional Indian wedding outfits. Plus, wearing a saree is not as tough as it looks and there are all kinds of easy-to-wear alternatives like pre-tied sarees, skirts and festive pant-shirt combinations for men and women.
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Western wear for men always means a full suit, even if it is hot, at least during the first part of the festivities. Later, the suit jacket may be removed. During the baraat, the Indian wedding procession, the male relatives and friends also wear colorful turbans that mark their affiliation with (or support for?) the groom.
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The Indian Groom’s Wedding Dress
Day 01: Bagdogra - Darjeeling (124 Km Approx.)On arrival at Airport escorted by company representative, drive down to Darjeeling and check in at hotel. Darjeeling, popularly known as "Queen of the Hill" offers a majestic view of green tea gardens. Day free for leisure activities.
Day 02: DarjeelingDay begins with bed tea/coffee followed by early morning visit to Tiger Hill ( 2590 m above the sea level) - 11 km from Darjeeling, which gives a magnificent view of sun rise as you feel the slanting rays of sun touching your body while you watch the sun rising from behind the Kanchenjunga.
Back to hotel and after breakfast, you will be taken to a day long guided tour of Darjeeling. The places include Ghoom Monastery, Aloobari Monastery, Dhirdham Temple, Tea Gardens etc. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 03: DarjeelingDay at leisure, enjoy shopping, sightseeing and other activities. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04: Darjeeling - Gangtok (94 Km Approx.)After breakfast at hotel drive to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. The place has developed into a cosmopolitan delicacy where old-world charm and hospitality exist along with the modern age of Information Technology. On arrival Check in at hotel and rest of the day free for leisure activies.
Day 05: GangtokMorning after breakfast proceed for a full day excursion to Gangtok. Visit to Tashi viewpoint and view Kanchenjunga and other snow clad mountains. In the afternoon, explore the beautiful town and its rich culture. Back to the hotel in the evening and overnight stay.
Day 06: Gangtok - Siliguri (110 Km Approx.)After early morning breakfast drive to Siliguri and check in at hotel. In the afternoon proceeded for the guided tour of Siliguri. Visit Iskcon Temple Coronation Bridge. Return back to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 07: Siliguri - Kalimpong (64 Km Approx.)After the breakfast, start your day with a drive to Kalimpong, popularly known as "nursery of Himalaya". On arrival check in at hotel and proceed for a guided tour of Kalimpong. Return back to the hotel in the evening for overnight stay.
Day 08: Kalimpong - Bagdogra (80 Km Approx.)After morning breakfast drive back to Bagdogra. Drop at Bagdorga Airport to board the flight for onward journey or back to home.
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