18-05-201918-05-2019 16:18:12 IST
2019-05-18T10:48:12.830Z18-05-2019 2019-05-18T10:48:09.127Z - - 10-04-2020
With less than a week to go for the result day of General Elections and AP assembly elections, parents of brides and grooms are leaving no stone unturned to keep the guests updated with the happenings of results.
A number of wedding venues and event managers are getting requests for TV, WiFi and even projector setups to be installed at the wedding premises to keep everyone updated.
Vedic scholars have declared that in the months of Vaisakha and Jyestha 19th, 23rd, 25th, 26th, 29th and 30th days of May and multiple dates in the first two weeks of June are auspicious. Leaving a number of weddings and other auspicious events being scheduled on 23rd.
"Vaisakha and Jyeshta are the sacred second and third months of the Hindu religious calendar during which charity, homams, fasting, pujas, marriages, house warming, the inauguration of new trades/businesses and other significant activities are observed to be conducted in large numbers. As May 23 has also turned out to be the counting day, it is likely that hectic political discussions will ensue at the wedding ceremonies on the day", said Pandit Ramgopal.
Even event managers are trying to fulfill every demand of wedding guests with some even asking for multiple live projections of the telecast in the same venue so that all the guests can follow the updates.
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