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Weird and Annoying Things That Only Happen at Indian Weddings

  • By Ridhima Arora
  • September 30, 2019
  • 2 minutes read

An Indian wedding is filled with so many things going on. In all that wedding madness there are so many awkward and funny scenarios that happen only at an Indian wedding. Indian weddings are a mix of organised chaos and weird instances that makes them even more fun. So, here are some things that you can only get to experience and witness at an Indian wedding: 

You are NEXT!

This is indeed the most painful thing for all the singles attending the wedding. Plus, it is one of the most awkward moments where all the aunties try to set you up for marriage. We will strongly advise you to be aware and try to stall them in the best way you can. 

Don’t forget that Naagin Dance 

We totally understand the urge of hitting the dance floor after a few drinks! But, why do Indians love to do the Naagin dance? People don’t even care what song is playing, there will always be some uncles who will break down into a Naagin and completely commit to it.

The Inconvenient Location

If you really desire to get married at an exotic venue, then, by all means, go for it. However, there are some venues that are located some hard to reach locations, that makes it difficult for the guests to reach there on time. 

Do You Remember Me?

This happens a lot and there would be so many uncles and aunties that will come up to you and ask the most dreaded and stupid question – Do you remember me? And for the sake of being polite, you have nod your head with a YES! 

A Ridiculously Late Entry of Baraat

Again, one of the most common thing that happens at all Indian Weddings. The late baraat entry kills the vibe of the celebration and guests just leave without witnessing the fun part of the wedding. Plus, because even the bridal entry gets delayed, which is also one of the key highlights of the wedding. 

Do you know anyone in your family who indulges in any of these activities?

Also, read: How some of the traditional and dominant wedding traditions got a modern twist?

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