Big Fat Event: Enjoy The Pace

If you could slow down an action that usually zooms by, or speed up an event that normally drags on, which would you choose, and why?

The events drag on and on like a never ending journey

The big fat Indian marriage, an event, no dearth of  money

Expensive venues, glittering attires, lavish cuisine, talks funny

Lots of gathering, traditions to follow, costumes flashy and sunny

Taking the Saat Phere

Florists busy, parents exhausted, tired relatives, lost bride, bathed in honey

Groom is so pissed off,  bride runs to  beauty parlour, sisters confused runny

Directionless crowd, irritable kids, ill tempered oldies, Who’s bothered? no pace oddity

“Come closer, smile please, hold her hand !” clever photographers minting money


Is this marriage ever going to end, will bride and groom finally have moments of peace

Sitting in front of priest who is chanting mantras, dreaming of expensive gifts and money

Oh, Lord How I wish the entire scene should speed up, let this couple enjoy, they only !

Indian marriages are crazy, an event to remember, One Fat Indian Wedding is so worthy 🙂




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  1. इस आयु में तो शादी में जाने के नाम से ही बुखार आने लगता है. पर फिर भी जाना ही पड़ता है

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