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5 Exotic Wedding Destinations in India

India is beautifully diverse with a plethora of dreamlike venues perfect for an exotic wedding. Fancy having a magical destination wedding in India?

Below is the list of 5 wonderful wedding destinations in India.

1. Udaipur:  Royal wedding in the City of Lakes

There can’t be a better place for your royal wedding than the City of Lakes. With palatial palaces, classic castles, lakes & sheer luxury Udaipur is one of the favorite wedding destinations in India.

2. Kerala: Tie the Knot in God’s Own Country!

The emerald green backwaters, palm groves, houseboats and heritage sites breaches and temples make Kerala apt to host your dream traditional wedding that will last a lifetime in your memory.

3. Rishikesh: Set off on your new journey at the banks of the holy Ganges!

Peaceful environment, pleasant climate, breathtaking scenery, natural beauty and the sound of the Ganges in sync with the mantras are all the elements you need for a divine wedding.

4. Andaman and Nicobar Islands: For a picture perfect wedding for beach fanatics!

Want a wedding away from the chaotic cities amidst untouched natural beauty, pristine beaches and tranquility, then Andaman is the place to be!

5. Mussoorie: A dreamy wedding atop the Queen of Hills!

The surreal view of the Himalayan, beautiful Doon valley surrounded by tree-covered hills, the clear night sky with countless twinkling stars and the romance spread in the air set the stage for a heavenly wedding!

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anonymous asked:

which asian (and i mean all of asia, not just east asia) nationalities/ethnicities tend to be the least represented?

Underrepresented Asian Groups in Media

Southeast Asia tends to be overlooked quite a bit.

South India tends to be minimally represented, as well as other desi nationalities that aren’t India. (Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc)

So we’re looking at:

South-Eastern Asia: Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Brunei, Cambodia, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.

South Asia: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.