This is not my first international wedding but it is my first one in Asia. I have to admit that this was one of my biggest dreams! I love Indian traditions, their culture, their history and above all, their people.
Let me tell you a little bit more about such a good experience. Mohit, the groom, is originally from New Delhi. Katiuska, the bride, comes from Venezuela. They decided to celebrate a Punjabi wedding in the home town of Mohit and even though the wedding had been scheduled for June it was delayed to November due to bad weather conditions.
Once in India we went on a tour throughout the northern part of the country. We enjoyed the amazing company of local people, had amazing food – always very spicy!- and saw amazing sights such as the Taj Mahal.
The days prior to the wedding a small “corralito” (bank freeze) changed our initial plans a little bit. However, the couple made it possible for the wedding to go ahead, and one thing I learnt is that in Indian weddings people can dance a a lot!
On the photographic report you’ll be able to see the pre-wedding pictures as well as pictures from the wedding itself. One particular thing about weddings in India is that they can last for several days. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I enjoyed this incredible experience.
Finally, I would like to thank Mohit and Katiuska and all their relatives too, specially Mohit’s parents, for being such a welcoming family. I would also like to thank Jagjit Saguu to show me how incredible Sikhs are and for such an amazing friendship in such a short period of time. And last but not least, I would also like to thank the friends of the couple who made me feel like at home all the time.