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Ambanis organise mass wedding for underprivileged couples ahead of Anant-Radhika's grand union
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Ambanis organise mass wedding for underprivileged couples ahead of Anant-Radhika's grand union

| @indiablooms | 03 Jul 2024, 12:39 am

In a series of grand pre-wedding celebrations marking the union of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant, the Amabnis organised a mass wedding for underprivileged couples.

Following spectacular celebrations in Jamnagar, Gujarat, and an opulent international cruise in Italy, the Ambani family has once again captured national attention with this endeavour.

Initially planned to be held at Swami Vivekanand Vidyamandir in Palghar, the mass wedding ceremony was relocated and took place at the Reliance Corporate Park in Thane on Tuesday.

The mass wedding marked the beginning of the wedding festivities for Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant.

It brought together over 50 underprivileged couples from the Palghar area, located about 100 kilometers from Mumbai.

The ceremony was attended by nearly 800 people, including family members of the couples, local social workers, and community members.

Nita Ambani and Mukesh Ambani, accompanied by their family members, attended the function and extended their heartfelt wishes to the couples, adding a personal touch to the occasion.

In a gesture of goodwill, each couple was presented with gold ornaments, including Mangalsutra, wedding rings, and nose rings. They also received silver ornaments such as toe rings and anklets. Additionally, each bride was given a cheque of Rs. 1.01 Lakh (One Lakh One Thousand) as her ‘streedhan.’

The couples were also gifted with grocery and household items sufficient for one year, including a variety of 36 essential items and utensils, appliances such as a gas stove, mixer, and fan, as well as a mattress and pillows.

The wedding ceremony included a grand dinner for all attendees, furthering the spirit of celebration and togetherness.

The attendees were also invited to witness the traditional Tarpa Dance performed by the Warli Tribe, adding a rich cultural experience to the evening.

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