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Grand wedding invite of Radhika Merchant and Anant Ambani goes viral   



Ambani wedding

Following grand pre-wedding festivities in Jamnagar and recent celebrations aboard a cruise, Anant and Radhika are ready to embark on their marital journey. The family has begun sending out invitations, and anticipation for the event is building.    

Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant are set to tie the knot in a grand wedding ceremony that embodies royalty and luxury. The wedding invitations, which have already gone viral on social media, showcasing the opulence and attention to detail that define this much-anticipated event.  

The extravagant wedding invite, housed in a red closet, includes a silver temple adorned with golden idols of Lord Ganesha and Radha Krishna. Accompanying this intricate temple is a silver box containing the invitation card, along with an assortment of sweets and dry fruits. To add a personal touch, the Ambani family has included a handwritten note for their guests, making the festivities even more special. These exclusive invitations have been sent to select VVIP and VIP guests.  

Notable guests such as Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and Aamir Khan received a different version of the invitation. This variant features a travel mandir made of silver, with golden idols placed inside. Although not as grand as the silver temple, the travel mandir maintains the luxurious and devotional theme of the wedding. 

The wedding invitation is a masterpiece. Upon opening the box, a miniature silver temple slides out, playing devotional music in the background. The multi-page invite is adorned with exquisite designs and features Hindu deities, including Lord Ganesha, Radha-Krishna, Goddess Durga, and Goddess Lakshmi, among others. 

The couple will exchange vows on July 12 at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai. The wedding marks the beginning of a three-day celebration, with ‘Shubh Aashirwad’ scheduled for July 13 and ‘Mangal Utsav,’ or the wedding reception, on July 14.