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Groom's Mate: Taylor Perfect - Custom Tailor Clothing

Hey Groom! Happy about the umpteen number of dresses that will make a way into your wardrobe after your wedding? 



We do not want to take away that rosy picture but, only would want to tell you that given the rush in which most of the wedding shopping happens most of these dresses might not fit you well. Pardon yourself from the stressful time during your dress-selection, 100s of attempts fitting trying the clothes of your choice and asking your friends if the shirt and trousers match. We have a simple and effective solution for this problem. 

We at Mukta Event Managers are happy to announce the launch of our sister concern Taylor Perfect. Taylor Perfect is a custom designed fashion at an affordable price. Designed by the alumni of finest fashion schools for the men who want to look perfect for any occasion, Taylor Perfect helps you to express yourself! 

How Does It Work?
Taylor Perfect offers you a vast range of fashion on its website. You need to pick the fashion of your choice and can customize the collar, cuff and buttons and the fitting requirements. You need to give your perfect sizes while ordering (based on the video on the website that explains you how to measure yourself perfectly). You will get your signature dress shipped in about a week to you. 

What will Happen if I am not Satisfied?
Not happy with the fitting of the clothing courier it back to us along with your suggestions?? We will re-tailor it and send you back free of cost*!

Can I have my Measurements Taken Offline?
Why not? We understand that some of the customers would want to give their measurements in-person. Please ring us up and we will help you in reaching the closest customer-care center of Taylor Perfect. You can give your measurements to the customer care executive there. 

What is the Advantage that I get as Mukta Event Managers' customer?
You will get a 10% discount on your first three orders. Standout among the crowd during the special moments of your life. Now get the fashion of Milan and New Your to your wardrobes! 

*Offer is valid only for the first-time users. 

Indian Wedding Terms

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Asian Indian weddings, no matter how small or large, are always a very colorful affair. They include multiple days of numerous rituals, and fabulous traditional food to be consumed at regular intervals.  Every state in India adds its own share of traditions and customs, to the big(and ever-changing) "Asian Indian wedding pot."  There is however, some similarity across most of the Indian wedding styles.  To help you make sense of the most common rituals and ceremonies, here is a glossary of terms.



Aarti: The welcoming of the groom and his family with a ceremony, involving the use of fire, red turmeric and beetle leaf.
Baaraat: The groom’s procession.  The groom usually comes on a white female horse, accompanied by family, relatives and friends.
Bindi: Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘bindu’.  It is a mark (usually a round, red one) worn on the centre of the forehead, symbolizing a married woman. Since the most important chakra is considered to be the one between the eyebrows, the bindi is thought to prevent the loss of energy there.
Ganesha puja: Also known as the Elephant god.  The son of Shiva (another God, one amongst India’s hundred or so gods), Ganesha is known as the remover of obstacles.  Most auspicious Indian ceremonies (especially weddings across India and Indian populated states such as New Jersey) begin with the worship of Ganesha, so that he can help remove any obstacles that may stand in the path of this union.
Jai mala: The exchange of ‘fresh flower’ garlands by the bride and the groom.
Kanya Daan: The ceremony where the bride is given away to the groom, by the bride’s parents.  The word can be broken up into ‘kanya,' meaning girl and ‘daan’ meaning donate.
Mandap: A hooded canopy, decorated with fresh flowers and other accessories, under which a hindu wedding takes place.  The mandap could be in an indoor hall or in an open area, depending on the venue and the weather.
Mehandi: (Mehndi, Mehendi) Henna tattoos, usually applied by the bride as well as by female family members & friends.  While the bridegroom applies it as a token on his hands, the bride applies it on her hands and feet making intricate patterns. Mehandi signifies the strength of love in a marriage. It is believed that the darker the Mehandi color, the stronger the love and bond will be between the bride and the bridegroom.  
Milni: The meeting of the groom’s party with the bride’s family.  Milni literally means ‘meeting’.
Pheras: During the wedding ceremony the bride and bridegroom are seated in front of a holy fire. A Pundit conducts the wedding, performs havan (offerings into the fire), and recites various religious sayings.
Pundit: Priest, the conductor of the wedding.
Sangeet: It’s a Hindi word, meaning music.  In the wedding context, you can refer to it as the bachelorette party!  It’s a time for the female members of the marriage party to get together, have fun, dance, sing and basically have a good time.  Sangeet usually takes place the day before the wedding.  The new trend, of course, is to have professional singers, DJs and live music for Sangeet these days.
Shaadi: A Hindi word that simply means marriage.  Can be used in with reference to the male as well as the female gender.  For e,g, “it is his shaadi or it is her shaadi”.
Sindoor: Vermilion powder usually worn by married Hindu women, in the parting of their hair. During the marriage ceremony, the groom applies sindoor to the parting of his bride's hair to show that she is now a married woman. Subsequent sindoor is applied by the wife as part of her morning dressing routine.  Its also sometimes the ‘only’ way for people to know that a woman is married, especially as wedding bands is not a regular custom in Indian marriages.
Tilak: This refers to the sacred mark on the forehead, of both men and women.  The mark itself could be pure sandalwood (referred to as ‘Chandan’ in Hindi), or Kumkum (a red Tumeric powder).  It signifies the receiving of a blessing; hence you will notice that people always bow low whenever they receive that sacred mark, either in a temple or during an auspicious ceremony such as a wedding.
Vidaai: In this ceremony, after the wedding is over, the bride’s parents gives a warm send off to their daughter. They wish her a very good and harmonious long married life. From now onwards their daughter does not belong to them.  This is perhaps the most emotional wedding ritual, especially for the bride’s father!
Vivaah: Another word for ‘shaadi’.  It actually stands for the union of two souls (aatma).  The Asian Indians believe that when people marry they marry for seven lives!

Significance of Akshata in Wedding

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Akshata:
Dry, colored rice generally mixed with turmeric powder, is showered over the bride and the groom as blessings. Symbolically, Akshata represents prosperity, fertility and bounty.



How is it made:
Uncooked rice, mostly raw rice, is mixed with turmeric to make akshata. Few also mix a little ghee in it. Mixing ghee will make the turmeric non-sticky on the outfit. 

In few places, they mix kumkum, saffron powder and water to the rice granules to make this.

When is it used:
During weddings, the guests attending the wedding bless the couple by showering akshata on them. Devotees are usually blessed with this, shower over their head during pujas. When one seeks blessing from elders, they shower this on their head and pass their blessings through this. Akshata is offered while doing homa, with a popular belief that it these rice has meaning behind the life of the couple.

Trivia:
This is considered as a sacred substance, which is believed to transfer the positive vibrations from the person blessing to the one being blessed. There is a practice of cleaning the floor with a cloth to collect the akshata’s used for blessing and to empty them in a well or at a place where no one would step on it.

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Significance of Bangles in Wedding

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Bangles:
Bangles are traditional ornaments worn by South Asian Women primarily in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.




Also Called
Kangan or Chudi in Hindi, Valayal in Tamil, Gaaju in Telugu, Bale in Kannada

When is it worn?
Women start wearing them on their wrists at a very young age and some wear them all the time.

What are they made from?
These are usually made of Gold, Silver, Glass, Ivory, Metal among others and come in a Kaleidoscope of designs and colours.

Where would you find them?
Cities across India have Bangle markets, but several novelty shops across towns stock them.

Trivia
There are plenty of interesting trivia associated with bangles; the most peculiar one’s being that women are not supposed to buy the bangles that they would wear. It is also considered inauspicious for a married woman to have bare wrists.

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Significance of Toe Ring in Wedding

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Toe Rings:
Part of the Solah Shringar or the Sixteen Adornments of the Bride, Toe Rings are Traditional Ornaments worn by the Indian Women on the Second Toe of both feet and symbolizes that a woman is married.



Also Called
Bichiya in Hindi, Jodavi in Marathi, Mettelu in Telugu, Metti in Tamil, Kaalungura in Kannada.

When is it worn?
Women start wearing them on the Wedding Day and for the rest of their married life.

What are they made from?
Mostly made of Silver or any other metal. Gold & Diamonds are avoided as it is considered inauspicious to wear them on the feet.

Where would you find them?
Usually available in Jewellery shops or Fancy Stores

Trivia
The usage of this ornament dates back to the prehistoric times with mention of it in the epics such as Ramayana and the Mahabharata.

In the Tamil & Telugu communities, the Groom fits the toe-rings for the Bride while her feet are placed on a Stone. Whereas in Kannadiga community, it is the Maternal Uncle of the Bride who fits them for the Bride.


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Significance of Maang Tikka in Wedding


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Maang Tikka:
Part of the Solah Shringar or the Sixteen Adornments of the Bride, Maang Tikka is worn on the center parting of the hair. It is made of a round center that falls on the forehead, with a string made of stones or metal and a hook at one end to hold it in the hair.

Also called
Maang Tikka in Hindi, Nethichutti in Tamil.

When is it worn?
Earlier worn by only married women on their wedding day, this piece of jewellery is now used as a fashion statement with celebrities sporting it with western outfits.

Ladies attending a close family/friend’s wedding too adorn it.



It enhances the complete look in just an instant.

Brides tend to use some contemporary ones to snazz-up their look for any of the pre-wedding ceremonies too!

What are they made from?
They come in various combinations of precious stones. The North Indian Bride would mostly use a Kundan or Polki/Jadau one. The South Indian Brides would go for Gold and Diamond one. Pearl and other precious stones could also be used. 

Where would you find them? 
Usually available in Jewellery shops or Fancy Stores.

Trivia
There isn’t a definitive date when Women in India began using this piece of Jewellery.

The Tikka sits on the Third Eye Chakra and signifies the union of the male and female elements of Nature.

Traditionally, made from silver as it supposedly has a cooling effect on the bride.


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Significance of Mehendi in Wedding

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Mehendi:
Mehendi or Henna as it is referred to in the West forms an integral part of a Bride’s Look, irrespective of which religion or geographical region she belongs to!

Also Called
Mehendi in Hindi, Henna in English, Maruthaani in Tamil.



Where is it worn?
Originally limited to just the palms and arms, these days it has turned into Body Art with designs done on the Legs, Upper Back etc.

When is it used?
On Weddings, Religious Fasts, Deepawali & other festivals.

What are they made from?
Made of dried henna leaves, tea/coffee & sometimes essential oils.

Trivia

  • The use of this art dates back to pre-historic times. The Mehendi paste is said to have healing properties. It calms the nerves and keeps the body cool.
  • Popular Belief: The darker the colour of the Mehendi, the better the Conjugal Bliss between the Couple.
  • Applying the Mehendi is now an important and much looked forward to pre-wedding ceremony with theme parties, DJ ‘s etc thrown-in. Most Brides have their Groom’s Name in the design and he would have to find his name before the “Suhaag Raat”!
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Significance of Nath in Wedding

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Nose Rings:
The Nose Rings is worn by Brides as part of the Solah Shringar. Generally worn on the left nostril, it is said to have medicinal effects. Widely worn by married women in the Indian sub-continent, it is also worn by the native Australians & Africans too!



Also called
Nath/Nathni in Hindi, Mookkuthi in Tamil, Naka pina in Bengali, Muugti in Kannada, Mukku Pudaka in Telugu.

When is it worn?
Used by Married Women signifying that they are married. Also on Weddings, Religious Fasts, Deepawali & other festivals. Some women would wear a simple one everyday too.

With the Beatles visit to India in the 60′s and the Hippies movement thereafter, several Indian accessories such as the Bindi, Mehendi, Maang Tikka and the Nose Ring became popular in the west too.

What are they made from?
They come in various combinations of precious stones. From plain Gold Rings to the Ornate Diamond, Kundan or Polki ones.

Where would you find them?
Usually available in Jewellery shops or Fancy Stores.

Trivia
  • The practice of wearing the ‘nath’ dates back to the Vedic times with references of it in the Hindu Scriptures.
  • Worn on the left nostril and believed to ease menstrual pains and aid conceiving a baby.
  • Some Rajasthani women wear the “bulaag”, suspended from the partition of the nostrils. Considered auspicious and part of Family heirlooms and passed on from one generation to the next.
  • Nose Piercing is a very popular Fashion Statement and gained popularity with the Hippie Movement of the 70′s.

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Significance of Earrings in Wedding

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Earrings:
Earrings, Karn Phool or Jhoomars worn by Brides as part of the Solah Shringar.

Also called
Karnphool/Jhumkas in Hindi, Kammal in Tamil, Kadhalitha in Malayalam, Jhumko/Jhumka in Bengali, Kaan/Kudya in Marathi, Kundalas in Kashmiri.



When is it worn?
Worn on the ears, sometimes covering all of it. It is worn by women of all age groups, earrings instantly transform one’s overall appearance. The heavier ones are supported with chains that are pinned into the hair. A girl child’s ears are generally pierced at a very young age. So, this isn’t specific to Married Women. The Earrings are generally part of the jewellery set that the bride co-ordinates with her Bridal outfit.

What are they made from?
Made from Gold, Silver or any other metal. Combined with Precious stones, Diamonds, Kundan or Polki.

Where would you find them?
Usually available in Jewellery shops or Fancy Stores.

Trivia

  • The practice of adorning the ears dates back to the Vedic times with references of it in the Hindu Scriptures.
  • It is a popular trend to have the ears pierced more than once.
  • The styles vary across the Indian sub-continent and each has a story with it.
  • The Kashmiri’s have the inner cartilage of their ears pierced signifying that they are married.
  • Men too have one of their ear lobes pierced as a fashion statement. They tend to sport a ring or a stud.
  • Large and ornate earrings are very often the only piece of jewellery required to complete your look.
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