As 2022 is on its last leg and winter sets in India, do you know what it’s time for? Yes, it’s time for the big fat Indian wedding! According to the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) survey, there shall be 32 lakh weddings in India between November 4 to December 14. So, get ready to see your social media feeds flooded with wedding posts. Here’s all about it.
India to Witness 32 Lakh Weddings By End Of 2022
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) released a survey conducted by its research team across 35 cities. It surveyed 4302 traders and service providers. According to a report by The Tribune India, the CAIT revealed that 32 lakh weddings will be held in India between November 4 to December 14. This in turn shall generate an income of a whopping ₹3.75 lakh crores for India’s trading community.
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Praveen Khandelwal, the CAIT Secretary General revealed to Deccan Herald that Delhi alone shall witness over 3.5 lakh weddings during this season. This will bring in ₹75,000 crores in Delhi. While this year India will host 32 lakh weddings between November 4 to December 14, last year the same period, witnessed 25 lakh weddings with expenses amounting to ₹3 lakh crores. The next wedding season will begin on January 14 and continue till July 2023.
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Hansika Motwani Will Tie The Knot On December 4
Speaking of year-end weddings, did you know actress Hansika Motwani will get married to her friend and business partner, Sohail Kathuria on December 4? The actress will tie the knot in the breathtaking Mundota Fort — a 450-year-old fort in Jaipur. Another celebrity wedding you might be looking forward to is Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani’s. The Shershah couple is currently scouting wedding venues in Chandigarh for their wedding next year.
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Well, now that you know about the 32 lakh weddings happening by the end of the year, get ready to see your social media feeds blow up with wedding pictures.
News Source: The Tribune India and Deccan Herald
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