The Great Indian Wedding Planner, an exclusive compilation of ideas and rare insights on wedding planning authored by Sonam Poddar Hissaria was officially unveiled by renowned dancer and choreographer Madhu Nataraj Kiran, along with beautiful brides Grishma Reddy and Niharika Madan.
The event was held in collaboration with a wedding show Fabiana at The Lalit Ashok Bangalore. The young brides shared interesting incidents from their weddings and the chief guest brought her distinctive perspective and elevated the event intellectually. The event was a celebration of all the aspects that together make for a great Indian wedding and the venue was beautifully decorated keeping this in mind.
Published by Wisdom Tree, The Great Indian Wedding Planner, is a beautiful amalgamation of thoughts, ideas and trends put together for every bride and groom-to-be, who desire a Great Indian Wedding.
“I conceptualized writing this book when I realized how the knowledge and expertise that I had gained over these years could benefit innumerable brides. This book not only compliments my business but is also a ready guide for all those who either cannot hire wedding planners due to budget constraints or location restrictions. My hard work in putting this book together has paid off and I am excited at its launch today,” said Mrs. Sonam Poddar Hissaria, Author.
“I had been to many Indian weddings in the past and this fueled me with a real desire to help brides and executing their weddings as seamlessly as possible. Working with brides closely I released what seemed the logical way to start planning the wedding and was unknown to the brides -to- be,” added Sonam.
Shobit Arya, Publisher, Wisdom Tree said “Planning your wedding? Sit back and relax as this book will be like your best friend leading up to your big day. Sonam has captured well-curated information, ideas and trends that readers can implement to make their weddings an affair to remember. And we could not have wished for a better person than Madhu, amongst India’s most gifted dancers and choreographers, to launch the book.”