Chirali & Amish Thakkar
Edison New Jersey Indian Wedding Photographer| Orlando Florida Indian Wedding Photographer
Chirali & Amish Thakkar is the pioneer in the Indian Wedding Photographer and Cinematography Studio - Fine Arts Productions based in Edison New Jersey and Orlando Florida. With over 20 years of creative Indian Wedding Photographer experience covering over 2000 big fat Indian wedding around the globe; Chirali & Amish Thakkar are known for their creative wedding cinematography and unique wedding photography that is romantic, fun, emotional, artistic, candid and photo-journalistic styles. We pride being the household names when you are searching for Indian wedding photographer and Indian wedding cinematography in New Jersey, New York, Florida and surrounding states.
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We strongly believe that Wedding is a a destiny - The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make - not just on your wedding day, but over and over again - and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife.
We want to make sure that this strong belief is captured in the perfect way that you would love to see again and again and share this to your next generation. Fine Art Production - master in indian wedding photographer and indian wedding videography guarantees you the amazing memories of your indian wedding.
We specialize in South Indian Wedding Photography, Gujarati Wedding Photography, Muslim Wedding Photography, Sikh Wedding Photography, Punjabi Wedding Photography, Guyanese Wedding Photography, Marathi Wedding Photography, Christian Wedding Photography, Malayali Wedding Photography, Indian Wedding Videography. We have traveled to rural - suburb area to the exotic destinations to capture the big fat Indian Wedding moments.
Fine Art Production is renowned for producing one-of-a-kind Wedding Films for the sophisticated couple. We have a passion for cinematography and work exhaustively to capture the details and emotions of your entire Wedding Celebration. We produce a rich composition of REAL moments. The newest in state-of-the-art technology allows us to achieve a simplistic, fresh style of documentary videojournalism that will exceed all of your expectations.
A vast departure from “traditional” wedding videos, we have a keen ability to balance both sentiment and humor and create a wedding film to reflect the unique personality and relationship of our couples.
Our presence is transparent, our style is unique, our approach is Cinematic, our image is classic, our flair is unmatched… to ensure that YOUR day is unforgettable!
Indian Weddings, Indian Wedding Traditions, Indian Wedding Photography
It is an Indian wedding tradition to worship Lord Ganesh before auspicious occasions. Ganesh Puja is mainly performed in Hindu families and is held a day before the wedding to bless the proceedings. This puja (prayer) is performed mainly for good luck as Lord Ganesh is believed to be the destroyer of obstacles and evils. The ceremony prepares the couple for a new beginning. A traditional Hindu wedding is incomplete without Ganesh Puja.
It is very important to get Ganesh Puja Photography captured as part of the complete Indian wedding photography package.
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Haldi - Pithi Function:
The Haldi ceremony came into being as a purification (and beautification) ritual to ensure that the bride and groom 'glow' before they step up for the ceremony. The bitter turmeric root is touted for its medicinal prowess everywhere - it adds flavour, acts as an anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral ingredient to Ayurvedic medicines and is even known for its anti-depressant properties. And so, over time, it became a stand-in as a herbal beauty and medicinal ritual during the umpteen preparations for one's big day.
Laughter, leg-pulling, camaraderie and the pungent, tangy whiff of turmeric in the air - a Haldi ceremony is all this and more. Either held on the wedding day or coupled with the Mehndi, the Haldi is a dash of heady fun with family, alongside the sometimes-emotional chords that a Shaadi often evokes. Here, we pay homage to its yellow shades and talk about the significance of the ceremony, alongside a few ideas to make it count!