Weddings in Hyderabad have a reputation for opulence, be it a Hindu Telegu wedding or a Hyderabadi Muslim one. The sarees and jewels, the food, the decorations, everything is going to be quite smashing and special. Maybe it goes back to the roots of the city as a princely seat, with Nizams and Sultans at the helm. This is the city known for spectacular pearls and that very special diamond and other semi-precious stones embedded in a pearl jewelry, The name itself is evocative of bazaars, masjids, temples, churches and beautiful old buildings. So, whatever denomination your wedding is going to be, there is sure to be a beautiful place to host it.And of course, your candid wedding photographers in Hyderabad will have the chance to shoot you and your new husband in front of monuments and romantic old buildings! Charminar or even the Golconda fort is a perfect backdrop for a couple shoot , and maybe you will even get a chance to try and buy bangles, those lak and mirror work encrusted ones, that the market is so famous for. Wedding photographers in Hyderabad captures moments that can happen all over the city – the old city, the new one, the twin city of Secunderabad – the choices are endless! For out of towners, or indeed, if its a destination wedding in hyderabad and you’re all from elsewhere, there are some must-sees in Hyderabad, like Salarjung Museum and a rather wonderful zoo, which is set up like a wild animal park, giving the animals plenty of space to roam, and which boasts a rather diverse collection. Hyderabad has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years, and there are hotels galore to hold your sangeet, mehendi, wedding reception and whatever other ceremonies you plan on. Hotels like Novotel, Taj Westin, Mariott and wedding halls like Jalavihar Banquets, Gandharva Mahal and Classic & Dreamland Gardens, all beckon. Hyderabad has more than a few open air weddings, where the festivities and ceremonies take place under the stars, and then the guests congregate in huge shamianas, aka tents, for food.I’ve attended my fair share of Muslim weddings in Hyderabad, and along with the zanana/mardana seating (guys on one side, women on the other), the bride’s softly spoken “Qubul” and the bright and sparkling outfits, what I remember is, of course, the food. The biryani, the mirchi ka salan, the kebabs-true blue Hyderabadi delicacies, served with fresh, thick hot naans made the old fashioned way, nothing you’ll get in a hotel. Oh and yes, those meals ended with a shaahi tukda/double ka meetha or kubani ka meetha dessert. Andhra food is known for its spice level – that dark masala the chicken comes with, or the myriad chillies in the prep. Whatever happens – you’ll surely eat well at a Hyderabadi wedding.
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