DeepVeer Wedding: Find out what was written on Deepika Padukone’s embroidered wedding dupatta
DeepVeer Wedding special message written Deepika Padukone embroidered wedding dupatta
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh shared the first pictures of their much-talked wedding, which was held at a close family gathering at Lake Como in Italy.
The Bollywood power couple looked nothing short of prince and princess in the beautiful pictures they shared after taking their first steps as newlyweds. They married in both the Konkani and the Anand Karaj traditions, with the Konkani ceremony held on November 14, while the Sindhi wedding took place on Thursday.
The couple looked extremely beautiful in both the Konkani and Sindhi attires, which were designed by the famous Indian designer and one of Bollywood’s most loves Sabyasachi Mukherji.
But amidst the beautifully designed clothes and the jewellery that the couple wore what caught the eye was Deepika’s dupatta that had something special written on it.
A close zoom revealed that the embroidered veil covering Deepika’s head on the Anand Karaj wedding ceremony had “Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava” written on it in fine gold colours. It is a mantra and translates to an old-age saying of wishes or blessings given to the newlywed bride and groom.
It is a blessing which says that the bride will always remain a happy bride for the rest of her life and all evils will be warded off her husband.
That certainly will start a trend and every bride-to-be will be eager to add such a line on their trousseau.
Other than those traditional words on Deepika’s dupatta, the couple also perfectly combined tradition with style on both the wedding ceremonies.
Deepika wore a red and gold silk saree with a golden matha-patti and jadau jewellery for the Konkani wedding, while For the Anand Karaj wedding, the couple was covered in red from top to bottom. She donned a red lehenga with heavy golden thread works, a maang tika, a big nath, chooda, kalire and several rings on both her fingers.
Meanwhile, Ranveer wore a white and gold kurta and dhoti with the traditional mundavli for the Konkani tradition of wedding. While for the Sikh ceremony, he was seen in a red kanjeevaram sherwani with a red saafa (turban) with exquisite stones and kundan jewellery.
PostedOn: 16 Nov 2018
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