Weddings are made in Heaven
Holi – The Actual Origin and Birth of the Festival…!!
Holi is an important festival to Hindus, as well as to many other Indians and other people of south Asian origin. It is celebrated at the end of winter, on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalgun (February/March), (Phalgun Purnima), which usually falls in March, sometimes in late February.
Indian Weddings with all their grandeur and magnificence have cast its spell on so many foreigners that there are many who consider getting married in India. Consequently wedding tourism in India is increasingly gaining popularity. Apart from the opulence, another striking feature of Indian weddings is their loyalty to customs and traditions. As is the case with other parts of India, North Indian weddings also follow a lot of rituals and customs. North Indian wedding traditions include many rites and rituals performed on the D-day.
NATURE AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY – ‘OOTY’ QUEEN OF HILLS
Temperature Range (deg C):
Summer- Max 25ºC, Min 10ºC
Winter- Max 21ºC, Min 5ºC
Rainfall 121 cms