When it comes to weddings, nothing can beat the madness and joy of Indian weddings. From food to clothes, from rasam to shaadi, everything is unique in the Indian culture.
Indian weddings are filled with more fun when there are different types of games involved in them.
So, here is a list of some shaadi games that are loved and played by everyone to enhance the madness of weddings
Find the ring-
This game is the most common game that is played at weddings. In this game, a big pot is kept with milk, water, and rose petals inside. After which, the groom and the bride are made to sit together for the ritual. Someone from the family puts the ring inside the pot and starts mixing it. The groom and the bride are then asked to find the ring together. Whosoever finds it first is believed to be the head of the house for life after the wedding.
In this game, the tribe of the sisters of the bride tries to steal the shoes of the groom. Once the shoes are stolen, they make sure to hide them somewhere away from the eyes of the people. After the wedding ceremony ends, the negotiating begins. They ask for money in exchange for shoes. This ritual is the most exciting in Indian weddings.
Spot the Name-
In this game, the groom is asked to find his name in the mehendi of the bride. If the groom fails to find the name, he gets punished.
The Entry Game-
This game is the new trend in town. In this game, the sisters and the brothers of the bride prepare a cheque that looks like a cheque from a bank. The groom is stopped at the entrance and asked to pay the amount on the cheque. They negotiate, after which the groom is allowed to enter inside.
Untangling the Knot-
In this game, the groom and bride have to untangle the knot that was tied during the wedding ceremony, but the twist is that they have to do this only with one hand. This ritual is a very famous ritual followed during Indian weddings.
Ripping off the clothes-
In this ritual, the clothes of the groom are torn during the haldi ceremony. The entire body of the groom is painted with haldi.
So this wedding season, get ready to add some fun to the weddings.