More than 100 chartered flights are landing in Udaipur's sleepy airport, a source on the spot, who declined to be identified, told Reuters.
Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal were engaged at a lavish ceremony in September in Italy's Lake Como.
In this season of mega weddings, the Ambanis have definitely raised the bar when it comes to hosting a sangeet ceremony.
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Shankar Mahadevan, Amit Trivedi and Parthiv Gohil are all set to perform at the sangeet ceremony.
"The event will have many visitors from overseas, so customs and immigration counters have been set up at the airport and will remain active for the next five days", the airport source was quoted as saying. He says, "The inside of the The Oberoi Udaivilas and City Palace looks grand and handsome". But before that a slew of events will be held in the city of lakes amidst high security. Since then, photos and videos on social media have revealed the elaborate design of the wedding invitation; reportedly worth Rs 3 lakh, it is attractive, unique, and full of interesting details that will have your heart stolen.
Designer Manish Malhotra will work his sartorial elegance at the pre-wedding functions. The couturier will also host a two-day pop-up at the venue for the guests to pick up from his range of ethnic ensembles and jewellery.
After the celebrations at Udaipur, all the guests will return to Mumbai. The couple will tie the knot in a family-only affair at the Ambani's Mumbai residence, Antilla.
Today, industrialists Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita, and Ajay Piramal and his wife Swati, along with Isha and Anand were present at the Anna Seva function, serving and interacting with the people, at the Narayan Seva Sansthan, in Udaipur in Rajasthan. Dancers will perform on the floating stage, in keeping with Indian customs and traditions.