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#COVIDWeddings: How To Apply For An e-Pass For Weddings In Delhi During All The Restrictions?

  • By Ridhima Arora
  • April 22, 2021
  • 3 minutes read


As the COVID situation has worsened this year, State, as well as Central Governments, are imposing guidelines as well as restrictions for the safety of the citizens. Delhi, being one of the worst-hit cities in the country have the strictest restrictions in the current situation. After the night curfew from 10:00 pm government of our city went for the lockdown till April 26.


The new pandemic guidelines in Delhi allowed only essential services, but this time around, weddings have been allowed, only with prior permission. So, even if you have your wedding is also scheduled during this time, we want to tell you that you can still go ahead with it. You need to have an e-pass and adhere to Delhi COVID guidelines for weddings. Use the e-pass Delhi- apply online for the marriage in the month of April.


 If you are also looking for an e-pass then you need to apply it online in Delhi. Here is all the information that you would require. If you also want to have all the information regarding


Delhi COVID guidelines for weddings and sites to apply for e-pass for weddings and engagements till April 30, 2021. Here is everything…



Make sure you have wedding invites handy, as the movements of guests for the wedding-related gatherings of up to 50 people will be allowed on production of “soft/hard copy” of invitation cards. Therefore, you need to ask your guests to carry their invites either physically or on the phone so that they will be able to travel to the venue without any hassle.


Additionally, we do urge and remind you again to keep safety as your topmost priority! Even at the wedding functions keep the strictest social distancing and sanitising measures in place. Also, if you can ask your guests to get tested for COVID too for everyone’s safety. We know it may sound a bit rude but this is really necessary for everyone’s safety. This would surely be the best thing you can do to ensure safety for your guests and yourselves given the current scenario. Stay safe!



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