The Indian Wedding season and the wedding infrastructure and supporting capabilities are in great demand. The party halls are booked months in advance, DJ’s are the flavor of the ‘generation’ and are a must have at all weddings and numerous, wedding caterers are lapped up within the blink of any eye and countless other skills which are otherwise less sought after.
One such item in great demand is the ‘Ghodi’, or the Mare. According to Punjabi Traditional weddings, the Groom arrives for the wedding ceremony on a mare. The mare is dressed up in ceremonial robes and adorned with ‘bling’ before the Groom mounts the mare to proceed for the marriage ceremony. This one of the mare was taken as the groom was on way to the ceremony. Taken with the Pentax 35mm f2.4 on the K200D on an overcast winter day.