In modern India the concept of wedding is somewhat changing in certain respects. Whereas the traditional or conventional ceremonies, functions, and events etc. remain same the mode of celebration involving the social aspect, is changing. So, the social aspect of marriages is changing, and changing fast. For example, the venue of wedding in which some of the weddings are taking place in non-traditional places such as beaches or temples. Out of the two, temple wedding has not changed because it existed in earlier times as well, but beach weddings have come up as a major change from the traditional way. That is why Beach Weddings India is gaining popularity and more and more number of couples are resorting to the idea. It includes famous beaches in the world like Goa which are many in numbers.
As an occasion like marriage is cherished for life time, tying knot at an exotic locale like Goa brings a whole new enthusiasm in the ceremony. These are the stupendous places for marriage with the Sea and the wind continuously refreshing for all. The religious and spiritual ceremonies create an entirely new effect on the souls of those attending it. Couples tying the nuptial knot prefer romantic beaches like Goa, Kerala, Andamans and Lakshadweep.
One need not worry about being new to these places as there are professional wedding planners at all these locations. The new generation has much less hitches than the earlier generation in trying out different things. Generally, couples are opting for Goa and Kerala as their wedding venues. These places are known for their merry and jolly way of life, one can even celebrate at the same place. Goa is a bustling place and is perfect for weddings. Couples and their guests can also indulge in sightseeing and shopping as well.
Another prominent concept is Temple Weddings India, which is popular among the religious minded people. Under this the family and relatives go to places like Haridwar, Varanasi, Khajuraho, and the Meenakshi temple in Madurai among others to receive divine blessings. Getting married in any of these pious locations has great meaning in itself. Hindus consider marriages to be a very solemn occasion and if it is conducted at the above mentioned holy places, then its ‘value’ multiplies or increases many times. As Hindus believe in getting the blessings of God and want to be married before any deity, the combination of marriage itself and a religious place makes for a perfect divine and eternal wedding.