Overview for Traditional Hindu Wedding in Nepal
- Trip Code: CT-10067
- Package: Traditional Hindu Wedding in Nepal
- Duration: 4 Day(s)
- Trip Level:
BeginnerRequires no prior experience and fits for people with basic physical ability
- Start At: Kathmandu
- Ends At: Kathmandu
- Transportation: Private Vehicle
- Accommodation: Hotel
- High quality hotels ranging up to 5 stars
- Delicious Nepalese cuisine and dishes
- Experience complete Hindu marriage procedure
- Get assisted by highly experienced designers and makeup artists
- Make your marriage memorable for a lifetime
In Nepal, the wedding ceremony has a significant value in one’s life. We take it seriously. The wedding ceremony is usually a huge celebration with loud local musical instruments like Panchai Baja. As the marriage is supposed to last for a lifetime, it is a big deal here in Nepal. The marriage ceremony in Nepal emphasizes on mutual commitment towards each other.
Marriages take place during certain time of the year such as mid-January to mid-March, mid-April, to mid-June and mid-November to mid-December. Deciding a good time for the marriage is usually up to the astrologers of trust. The ceremony is held under a canopy referred as Mandap in the open, usually in front of a house. Or like that of modern days, in a party palace. The venue is decorated with lots of flowers and twinkling lights.
After arrival of both the parties at the venue, bride and bridegroom perform the Puja guided by the priest. Both of them will be dressed according to Nepalese traditional dresses with lots of jewelries. The priest solemnizes the marriage in accordance with the VEDAS, the holy scriptures of the Hindu religion from thousands of year ago. They take blessings from relatives, friends, and family members. The bride and bridegroom are escorted in and out of the venue in a decorated car or in horses in cases of villages. The traditional wedding in Nepal is exciting as well as overwhelming since there is a lot going on at the same time. It requires a lot of planning and bookings before the event. CoreTreks offers an optimized package for low cost Traditional Hindu Wedding in Nepal, so that you can enjoy the moment while we take care of everything else.
Trip Itinerary of Traditional Hindu Wedding in Nepal
Arrival in Kathmandu & Transfer to the hotel
One of our representative will pick you from the airport upon your arrival. S/he will also assist your to the hotel of your choice. There is a number of hotels you could choose from depending upon your interests ranging up to 5 stars. After welcome drinks, we will start our briefing session regarding to the package and preparations.Meal Included: No meals
Wedding preparation day
After having our breakfast, we will start preparing for the ceremony. On this day we will shop for the wedding dresses and essentials, try on different dresses and accessories required for the wedding. The bride and bridegroom will also spend some time at the venue and figure out the whole procedure.Meal Included: Breakfast
Today, after breakfast we start dressing up the bride and bridegroom with the traditional costumes. A professional makeup artist will decorate the bride while bridegroom will be assisted with professional tailoring experts. After preparation, both of them will be escorted to the venue in a decorated car. The priest will guide them to perform the ceremony and after a couple of hours of reading mantras, he announces them to be partners for life. We will then celebrate this big event with delightful Nepalese cuisine.Meal Included: Breakfast & Lunch
The departure day has arrived. After bidding our goodbyes we head to Tribhuvan International Airport before about 3 hours of the flight. The security and screening process can be long at the airport, which is why it’s important to get there early.
Please note: If you choose to spend your honeymoon in Nepal, we have a special honeymoon package for newly married couples designed by our travel experts. Please consider checking the package and feel free to let us know if you have any inquiries.Meal Included: Breakfast
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On average, walking time per day is 5-6 hours below 3,000m. For altitudes higher than 3,000m the average walking time is 3-5 hours per day. The walking hours may vary according to conditions but do not exceeds 6 hours mark per day.
Hiring a Porter/Guide
An experienced guide will be provided for a group of 1-5. A group consisting of 6-12 individuals will be provided with 2 professional guides. The package also includes a porter for every 2 individuals.
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