Fearless Award-Winning Indian Engagement Photography
The award-winning Indian Engagement Photography of the bride took place in the back garden of the bride’s parent’s home in Aylesbury, Bucks.
This Indian pre-wedding event is an essential ritual and dates back to Vedic times (c. 1500 – c. 500).
The actual name of the engagement ceremony varies depending on which part of India your family lives. For Hindus, it is called the Sagai.
Fearless Award-Winning Indian Engagement Photographer
I clicked this photo during the Choora ceremony, which is a highlight of the night and usually takes place the evening before the wedding itself.
The Choora is a set of bangles gifted to the bride-to-be by her maternal uncles, as part of the Choora Ceremony. The bangles are washed in milk and then placed on the wrists of the bride-to-be.
I was delighted to have won a new Fearless Award (Collection 47), capturing this very emotional moment between father and daughter.
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