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    Aashima Bhatia2 weeks, 3 days, 18 hours, and 26 minutes ago

    ★ 5.0
    Review for -  Royal Studio

    My experience with Sandeep and his team was fantastic, making our wedding week memorable with the photographs and videos they captured. They took the time to understand our preferences and delivered accordingly. The photographs & videos captured the essence of our wedding, reflecting the emotions and details we had hoped for. The team was were very responsive, and open to our ideas. Any concerns or questions we had were addressed, making the entire process stress-free Their easy-going and polite nature made the entire experience feel effortless, putting everyone at ease and allowing for natural, candid moments to be beautifully captured. Would highly recommend!

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    Anupriya1 month, 1 week, 2 days, 17 hours, and 40 minutes ago

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    The experience with them was really nice and smooth. Their work is really great and high quality and just as I wanted it. They made the pictures look dreamy and just loved the work I am really glad that I contracted them and the delivery of pictures was also on time.

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    shanu sagar1 month, 3 weeks, 22 hours, and 30 minutes ago

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    Wedding saga India have done amazing job at our wedding !! Good professional team and some of the shot which they have taken was epic. There 10 members team was responsive and well appreciated by my friends and families at the time of wedding how they were active and taken shot and pictures like a professionally friendly way that is commendable. With Post production whatever they have committed they have given on time and whatever changes I have told they have done with their best efforts . Wedding Teaser, wedding highlights, wedding invitation, album all were very good 👍. Traditional video is good already I have given feedback regarding this it could be best what they have missed some check points. Overall it was a great experience working with wedding saga India in my wedding and definitely recommend to others too.

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    Aas gulati1 month, 3 weeks, 2 days, 18 hours, and 13 minutes ago

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    Working with Mani sir was an absolute pleasure. Their dedication and hard work truly shine through in every shot trust me. The attention to detail and creativity they bring to each photograph and vedio is outstanding. As a makeupartist, I appreciate how they captured the essence of my work was flawless. Not only his work, he himself and his team were very polite and the unity between the whole the team was superb. Working with them was a great experience for me. I highly recommend Arora Portfolio (Mani sir) to anyone looking for exceptional photography services.✨

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    If you were also looking for Punjabi wedding photographers, WeddingBazaar is here to help you out. Now you can book the wedding photographer, without wasting weeks. With just a few clicks, it is really easy to hire photographers. The photographer should be experienced and must give a personal touch to photography. We have a list of the best Punjabi wedding photographers who are listed on our platform. They are mentioned on our website after quality checks. Our customers have always trusted us because of our professional vendors. 

    Don’t miss out on anything and record everything from your wedding. After browsing through the profiles, check out their previous work. Go through their profiles and read reviews from previous clients. When you have shortlisted the photographers, send us a request for the quote. We will guide you through every step of the process. Check out our hiring guide which tells you the things you should keep in mind before hiring the best Sikh wedding photographer. 

    What are the major rituals and traditions of the Punjabi/Sikh wedding?

    Indian weddings are known for their culture and rituals. Even the smallest ritual has a lot of importance in weddings. Sikh/Punjabi weddings are also known for their rituals and fun ceremonies. Punjabi weddings are colorful and larger than life. Most of the rituals and traditions are the same as any other Indian wedding. The fun ceremonies start off with the Roka ceremony. In this, the families of the bride and groom meet and exchange gifts. This ritual shows the commitment towards each other. The gifts include clothes, jewelry, dry fruits, and sweets. 

    The next ceremony is of chunni chadhai where a red or pink chunni is put on the bride’s head. The chunni is placed by the groom’s mother or sister, along with other gifts. The next ceremony is engagement (sagai). This is the ring exchange ceremony. On this day, the bride and groom exchange rings in front of their family and friends. Both families also give each other gifts. Some people don’t organize a separate event for this and exchange the rings on the wedding day only. 

    Mehendi ceremony is a must in any Indian wedding. The henna is considered as a good fortune for the marriage life. A Mehendi artist comes and puts beautiful Mehendi designs on the bride’s hands and feet. The same ceremony takes place in the groom’s house also. And on the same night, sangeet night is celebrated. Punjabi weddings are known for their lively vibe. And not having lots of dancing, how is that possible? With lots of food, the family prepares dance performances to enjoy the night. 

    The next ritual is the kangana bandhna ceremony where a sacred thread is tied on the wrists of the couple. This takes place on the wedding day in their respective houses. The thread is considered to be lucky for the couple. Then the maternal uncle gifts the bride a set of 21 bangles. The bangles are usually in the hues of red and white. And before the bride wears them, they are washed with milk and rose water to purify them. The bride also wears kaleere, tied by her family and friends. 

    After this, turmeric paste is applied on the bride’s and groom’s body in their separate houses. It is believed that the paste will bring the glow back. The Haldi is washed off with the holy water from a nearby temple or gurudwara.

    After all these pre-wedding rituals, the wedding functions come. At the venue, other rituals like varmala, pheras and kanyadan are performed. 


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    Frequently asked Question About Punjabi Wedding Photographers

    Q - How to compare Punjabi wedding photographers?

    The first step is to go through the profiles on WeddingBazaar. The Punjabi Wedding photographers listed on our platform are professionals with years of experience. You don’t have to worry about the quality of their work. Without wasting weeks, compare the photographers within a few minutes. Request us to send you the quote of different photographers. You can then compare and select the best Punjabi Wedding photographer according to your needs.

    Q - How does WeddingBazaar help me book the best Punjabi wedding photographers?

    From low priced to expensive ones, we have photographers for every budget. After you have gone through the profiles listed at WeddingBazaar, read about the reviews. Know what other people have to say about those photographers. Ask us for a quote and a manager will be assigned to you. The manager will help you to connect with the top Punjabi wedding photographers. Then you can compare all the factors and select the photographer which suits you best. With WeddingBazaar, you don’t have to worry about the price as we will negotiate for you to provide you with vendors at unmatchable prices.

    Q - What are the latest trends in wedding photography?

    It is really important to follow the latest trends to stand out from the rest of the world. The latest trends in wedding photography are: Candid Photography Pre-wedding photography Drone photography Props & Photobooths Bridal Portraits.

    Q - What are the average cost of Punjabi wedding photographers

    The average cost of Punjabi wedding photographers is 30,000-60,000. However, the price may vary depending on other factors. If you need a photographer for more days, the cost is higher. If you don’t need any additional props, the Punjabi wedding photographer’s price may be less. Hire the photographer through WeddingBazaar to get the best deals.

    Q - Why Hire the Top Punjabi Wedding Photographers through WeddingBazaar?

    With WeddingBazaar, you can get the top Punjabi wedding photographers at a reasonable price. Our main aim is to serve our customers with quality work to give them maximum satisfaction. We list the photographers (and other vendors) after multiple verifications to provide our customers with good work. They all have years of experience and amazing profiles. You can also check out their previous work and reviews by going through their profiles.

    Q - What should I discuss with the photographer before booking?

    Make sure that your favorite photographer is free on the required dates. Start looking for the photographers a few months before the wedding so that there is no stress in the end moment. Inform about the timings of the rituals. Discuss your needs with the photographer. From the style of photography to the props, make sure you discuss everything in detail. All the things related to payment should be discussed beforehand.


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