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As the wedding season is coming up, it’s the time for you to look up the top 5 stores for the best designer and bridal collections. For the people who stays around the Hyderabad, the city’s got some of the best shops with some beautiful, gorgeous and ethnic collection bridal and casual wear. The top collection in all types of traditional wears as well as the semi western wear are available in all these shops we have provided here. Let us take you through the right shops across the Hyderabad city.

1. Neeru’s

Neeru’s has got the beautiful collection of bridal sarees, lehengas and anarkalis, and long gowns. Not only the shop has got some beautiful collection of design work but also great kanjeevaram sarees, gagra cholis, ready made blouses, women and men bridal collection, kids ethnic wear and lot more. The Neeru’s branches are spread across all main areas of the Hyderabad.

neerus store hyderabad
neerus store hyderabad

Here are the details of the Neeru’s branches

Jubilee Hills Branch : Road Number 36, Venkatagiri, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500033.
Phone:040 6522 0000

Banjara Hills : 6-3-249/6, Alcazar, Road No. 1, Opp: City Center, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
Phone:040 6666 5858

Abids: Opp. Santhosh Theatre, 4-1-970 C9 & 10, Ground Floor, Ahuja Estate, Hyderguda, Hyderabad, Telangana 500029
Phone:040 6558 8002

King Koti : 3-5-784/6/4, King Koti Road, Rekha House, Ground Floor, King Koti, Hyderabad, Telangana 500029
Phone:040 6666 5588

Somajiguda: Shop No. 6-3-1109/5&6, Raj Bhavan Rd, Somajiguda, Hyderabad, Telangana 500032
Phone:040 6666 5757

Dilsukhnagar: Chaitanyapuri,Opposite HP Petrol Pump, Dilsukh Nagar Main Road, Janpriya Sauda Complex, Kamala Nagar, Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500060
Phone:040 6648 5511

GVK One mall: GVK One Mall, 2nd Floor, Road Number 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
Phone:040 6746 7887

Shilparamam night bazaar: Shop No. 25 To 29,, Hi-Tech City, Madhapur, Hyderabad, Telangana 500081
Phone:040 6553 6565

Website : www.neerus.com

2. Meena Bazaar

Meena Bazaar, is one of the best designer shops that has been in service around for years now in Hyderabad. This is the right place to go-to shop for us to buy any type of Indian bridal wear from a long time. Meena Bazaar has gotten bigger and better over the time in Hyderabad surroundings. This designer shop in Hyderabad has got two branches, one in Banjara Hills and the other one in Abids.

Meena Bazar Golden Marriages
Meena Bazar Golden Marriages

Here are the details of the Meena Bazaar branches,

Banjara Hills branch : Meena Bazar beside Southern Spice, Road No.3 Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
Phone:040 6636 4050

Abids branch : 4-1-858/2/3,Tilak Road ,Abids, Hyderabad, Telangana 500001
Phone:040 2475 3566

3. Kashish

Kashish is the shop where you get the beautiful collection of colourful designer bridal sarees, half sarees and lehengas. For all the grandeur occasions that fills the authentic and designer clothes, it is definitely one of the best places to shop for designer sarees and bridal wear in Hyderabad.

 

Kashish Shop Hyderabad - Golden Marriages
Kashish Shop Hyderabad – Golden Marriages

Here are the details of the Kashish branches,

Banjara Hills : Road Number 1, near care hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034

Phone:040 6535 3123

Abids branch : 4-1-977, Abids Road, Abids, Hyderabad, Telangana 500001

Phone:040 6677 3111

4. Sasya

Sasya is another designer store that has become popular these days in hyderabad, it is very popular store in kolkata for years. With som great contemporary designs of rich looking lehengas and anarkalis, the store is one of the must visit for its bridal collection. Sasya has got designer clothing not only from indian designers but also from the international designers.

sasya-store-hyderabad

Here are the details of the Sasya branches,

Road No. 1, Near GVK One Mall Banjara Hills, Hyderabad – 500034

Phone : 040 – 66779933

5. Trisha Trends

Trisha Trends is one of the best and popular designer boutiques in Hyderabad that has expanded on to become very popular in just about the first ten years of it’s establishment. It’s got some beautiful and ethnic designer bridal kanjeevaram as well as non-kanjeevaram sarees and half sarees.

Trisha Trends Hyderabad Golden Marriages
Trisha Trends Hyderabad Golden Marriages

Here are the details of the Trisha Trends branches,

Karkhana Branch : Rajiv Gandhi Rahadari, Vikrampuri Colony, Karkhana, Secunderabad, Telangana 500009
Phone:040 2789 0010

Jubilee Hills Branch : Plot No.795, House No.8-2-293/82/A/795, Road No.36, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033
Phone:040 2354 0088

 

Malayalee marriage is a very short and sweet ceremony, which is mostly held in the morning times of the day. The marriage hall that is mostly preferred in their customs is the maternal house of the bride. However the typical malayalee’s still conducting the marriages at their own houses but due to the fact for a more convenient venue for both side families the marriages are now a days conducting mostly at the marriage halls. Whether the occasion is a lavish marriage with the huge number of guests to witness or it might be a simple one the marriage rituals that are followed by the malayalees are generally the same. The malayalee marriages comprises of the following rituals.

Malayalee Marriage Pre Malayalee Marriage Rituals

In the earlier days boy and girl used to see each other only during the marriage because everything was decided by the elders of the family. The final decision was made by the elders considering the family cast, religion, status, family background. Later the families agreed that the consent of the boy and the girl before marriage is important. Finally it became a formal to make a girl and boy to see each other and decide on the marriage only upon their opinions. Once the girl and boy agreed to marry each other then both families meet to perform the further rituals.

Muhurtham

The both parents of the bride and the groom exchange horoscopes and ask their family astrologer to test for the future of the couple, if the horoscopes match and once they heard from the astrologer that both bride and groom can be a best couple an auspicious date or muhurtham is decided upon for conducting the Malayalee wedding ceremony in consultation with the family astrologer.

Nischayam / Engagement Ceremony

This ceremony is conducted to officially announce celebrate and share their joyful moments of the confirmation of the upcoming marriage. The horoscopes which have been compared and approved are exchanged between the two families. During this ceremony the bride and the groom exchange the rings and garlands and both side families exchange various types of traditional gifts.

Pre-nuptial blessing of the bride

This ceremony is held at the bride’s house the day before the marriage day. Only the close family members and relatives are invited to the ceremony and a grand arrangements are organized for them. The bride dresses in fine jewellery and silk saree is made to sit infront of all the relatives facing the east and all the invitees blesses her with all the joy in her future life. The similar ceremony is organized at the groom’s family as well which symbolises that the elders are the well wishers for any one and for this aspicious occasion the bride and groom need blessings from them to start their new life.

Mehendi Ceremony

This ceremony takes place at the bride’s house where the bride’s relatives apply mehendi on the bride’s hands. The mehendi designer visits this occasion to make the bride’s hands more beautiful and make bride ready for the marriage. This is a much celebrated ceremony in the Malayalee marriages.

Malayalee Marriage Rituals

The most preferable place for the marriage occasion in the Malayalee marriages is the ancestral house of the bride. However considering the convenience and the arrangements perspective these days the most people are preferring to celebrate and conduct the marriage ceremony at the convention centre or temple.

Dakshina Kodukkal

Both bride and groom get the blessings from the elders of the both families by giving Dakshina and touching their feet. The actual marriage rituals starts with the ritual that is carried out in their respective homes. Thereafter the bridegroom and the members leaves for the venue of the marriage.

Nair Wedding Custom

The kalyana mandap must be decorated in a specific way as each of these has certain purpose and meaning in Malayalee custom.

Nair Wedding- Sacred Arrangements

Kanyadaan

The bridegroom is welcomed to the marriage venue by the bride’s family members. The bride’s brother washes the groom’s legs and invites him warmly to the venue. The bridegroom is usually escorted to the marriage kalyana mandapa by a group of young girls carrying deepams (diyas) and made to sit in a wooden plank on the right side of the canopy which is decorated with flowers, fabric, palm fonds and banana stalks. The bride now arrives to the kalyana mandapam escorted by her aunty and made to sit next to the groom, even the ‘nadaswaram’ is being played in the background.

At the auspicious marriage moment, the family priest performs the Malayalee wedding ceremony by chanting vedic mantras and the new couple walks around the fire, after which the groom is given the mangalsuthra by his father and he ties the mangalasutra around the neck of the bride to the beating of drums. This Malayalee marriage ritual is called tallikettu.

Pudamuri

The bridegroom then gifts a sari and blouse to the bride on a platter, conveying that he will take over all the responsibility of providing for her life time. This marriage ritual is called Pudamuri.

The new couple now exchange the the garlands accepting each other as the life partners. The bride’s father places her right hand in the right hand of the bridegroom, symbolically transferring the responsibility of taking care of his daughter in this holy life. Then they escorted to a room by their older relatives and bless them. The guests too follow them and bless them with gifts.

A typical meal in Kerala marriages known as the Sadya, which consists of 25 items, is served on plantain leaves. The items are Rice with three varieties of pickle, curries and sweets, Avial, toran, olan, kalam, payasam, pacchadi, pappads and finally the desert paladaaprathaman or chaka prathaman, form part of the elaborate meal.

Malayalee Marriage Post Malayalee Wedding Ceremony

Grihapravesh

As decided by the family priest the bride enters to her new home. She receives the blessings of her parents and all elders present at the marriage venue. As she reaches her new house, the womne take ‘Aarthi’ to cast off evil eyes. The bride now holds a traditional lamp in her hand and is asked to enter her in laws house with her right foot first. The entire house fills with lamp lit all over the house, considered to be a god omen as the new couple starts their new life together. This Malayalee marriage ceremony is called ‘Kudivep’. The in laws give the bride new clothes, jewellery and gifts.

Kannada marriages are the marriages that are performed in the state of Karnataka. Kannada marriages almost resembles the traditional Hindu marriages. However they differ slightly in customs and traditions according to the region they conducted in. The marriage celebration facilitates the opportunity to the both side families and relatives to meet and enjoy the occasion. Before the marriage ceremony to take place both the prospective bride and groom’s parents must approve the pairing of this couple before anything can progress as a part of the marriage ritual.

One of the most important features of the Kannada marriage is the practice of lot of rituals that are performed before, during and after marriage ceremony. The rituals performed in the Kannada marriage ceremony are simple and allow the family members to have a good time together in the occasion.

Kannada Marriage Pre Marriage Rituals

In the earlier days boy and girl used to see each other only during the marriage because everything was decided by the elders of the family. The final decision was made by the elders considering the family cast, religion, status, family background. Later the families agreed that the consent of the boy and the girl before marriage is important. Finally it became a formal to make a girl and boy to see each other and decide on the marriage only upon their opinions. Once the girl and boy agreed to marry each other then both families meet to perform the further rituals.

The pre marriage rituals commence with the Naandi custom, it is performed by the the bride and groom in their houses individually respectively. It is performed to ensure the marriages take place without any interruption. The Kaashi Yatra tradition follows this celebration. It is an interesting ritual where the groom pretends to leave for Kaashi as he is devoid of a suitable bride. He has been stopped by his maternal uncle by showing the bride he has chosen for him. Just before the groom leaves for the bride’s vllag, all the marriage items are places in front of the Lord to seek the blessings. This is named as Dev karya ceremony. After this ceremony both the bride and the groom are applied turmeric paste.

Kannada Marriage Marriage Rituals

On the marriage day the first ritual that take place at the marriage mandap is Mandap Puja, according to which the marriage mandap and the marriage hall where the marriage to to be take place are purified. Once this is completed the bride’s father worships the groom by washing his feet. This is called as Var puja. This is followed by the bride’s entry to the mandap, after that both bride and groom exchange the garlands on the chant of the holy mantras. This is followed by the ritual where the bride’s parents give away her daughter to the groom by placing the coconut and betel over their hands and pouring some holy water by chanting some holy mantras. Then the groom ties the mangalsutra ( thread with holy symbol of their traditional gold item ) around the bride’s neck. After this, Saptapadi ceremony where the newly wed couple takes seven rounds around the sacred fire.

Kannada Marriage Post Marriage Rituals

After the marriage ceremony, the bride has been taken to her in laws home for the first time. When she arrives the home she is given a warm welcome by her in-laws. This process is takes place with a vessel filled with rice is kept at the entrance of the house just near by the door space and she is asked to knock it inside the home with her right foot. This symbolizes that the bride takes the home a wealthy and joyful success to her new home. After this, the bride enters the house and this is called as Griha Prahesh. After this the name change ceremony takes place where the groom decides a name for his wife and he then inscribes it with a ring on a place which is filled with rice.

On the second day after the marriage, the bride’s parents visit the newly wed couple at the groom’s house. With the permission of the groom’s parents they take the couple to their home along with themselves. The couple stays there for some days and the groom’s family goes to the bride’s home and take the couple back. Finally the reception party concludes the marriage ceremony, which is organized in a banquet hall by the groom’s family, the primary aim of this reception party is the introduction of the bride, enjoyment and relishing mouth watering delicacies. After this ceremony the couple will remain at the groom’s house and starts their new life.