The guests are divided into two groups, one for the bride and one for the groom. A traditional ceremony is planned, and one couple is chosen from the group to be the bride and groom. The men wear white kurta pajamas and a colorful turban, while the ladies wear colorful Rajasthani dresses or Salwar Kameez with a colored scarf. The building is beautifully illuminated, and the brat procession with the groom on horseback is led by other men and decorated camels, as well as horses banded with flaming torches and musicians. Ladies greet the Barat party upon their arrival at Bagh, and welcome drinks are served. The groom is then led to the marriage ceremony location, which is beautifully decorated with flowers and a ferry light in the middle of the garden, and the bride follows later.
Location –Railway Station, Motisar Link Road, behind Pushkar, Village Ghanehera, Pushkar.
Nearest Airport –Jaipur Airport
Venue Type –Daily housekeeping, Restaurant and bar/lounge, Outdoor pool, Breakfast available, 24-hour room service, and Coffee shop/cafe.
Ladies dressed in Rajasthani attire shower rose petals in front of the royal procession, which is followed by musicians playing the dhol-nagara and band, instruments traditionally used for such auspicious occasions. The guests are led by a live band, and at the end, the bridegroom is carried by a caparisoned elephant. On arrival, guests are showered with rose petals and attar in a traditional welcome ceremony (rose water). On arrival, a welcome drink is served.