The Hidden Gems of India
Updated: May 6
As the world heals around us and celebrations take a break, let us take you on a virtual tour across some unexplored destinations in India. The wedding trends are dynamic and constantly evolving. By the time we get back to doing what we do best i.e. curating experiences, we bring you a fine preview of these 'Hidden Gems of India’.
The wedding trends are dynamic and constantly evolving. By the time we get back to what we do best - curating lifetime experiences, we thought it’s time to take you through some of these hideaways:
A. Deogarh, Rajasthan
Founded in the 17th century by the Rawat Clan, Deogarh is a quaint mix of history, heritage, and royalty. Surrounded by the Aravali mountain range and numerous lakes, makes it an idyllic location for your wedding. Tying a knot amidst this picturesque backdrop will be nothing short of a mesmerising experience away from the usual shenanigans of a city wedding.
B. Bikaner, Rajasthan
The origins of Bikaner, known as the Camel Country of India, can be traced back to 1488 when a Rathore prince, Rao Bikaji, founded the kingdom. Many exquisite & marvelous locations dot the city along with the sand dunes scattered around the district. Famed for its elegant venues and rustic landscape, Bikaner qualifies as one of the desired destinations for bespoke intimate celebrations.
C. Dharmshala, Himachal Pradesh
A hill-town lying in the shadow of the mighty Dhauladhar range offers unique experiences to all alike. Dharamshala abounds with natural beauty, lush pines, oak forests, and hills offering exciting treks.
A wedding on the foothills here can be curated involving all the adventures the city has to offer conjoined with a peaceful sojourn in its surroundings.
D. Bekal, Kerala
Kerala, as we all know, stands out as a perfect wedding destination with a plethora of experiences to offer. Little did we know about this quiet, little, seaside village in the northernmost district of Kerala which has every ingredient to host a coastal wedding experience.
A spellbinding region surrounded by enchanting beaches, backwaters, alluring natural beauty, and hilly terrain, Bekal sounds like fantasy land.
E. Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu
Mahabalipuram, also known as Mamallapuram, lies on the Coromandel Coast which faces the Bay of Bengal. A well-established port during the 7th to 10th centuries of the Pallava dynasty is referred to as an ‘open-air museum. It is home to many famed temples and rock-cut architecture marvels. Its proximity to Chennai and the presence of scenic beaches make it an ideal destination for hosting your celebrations.
These and many more such enthralling destinations await the patronage of our clients to host their intimate and memorable celebrations. A worthy mix of traditions with the trending, these destinations have the capacity to mold a celebration into a curated experience for the hosts and guests alike.