Ambani family hosts mass wedding for underprivileged couples ahead of Anant Ambani’s marriage

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Published July 2, 2024 at 10:01pm

    Nita and Mukesh Ambani organized a mass wedding

    Over 50 couples got married in Maharashtra’s Palghar on July 2

    Event saw the attendance of around 800 family members

In a heartwarming gesture of community service, Nita and Mukesh Ambani organized a mass wedding for over 50 underprivileged couples from Maharashtra’s Palghar on July 2. The event, held at Reliance Corporate Park in Thane, saw the attendance of around 800 family members of the couples.

The celebration comes ahead of their youngest son Anant Ambani’s wedding to Radhika Merchant, scheduled for July 12 in Mumbai. The Ambani family, including Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta, and Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal, graced the occasion with their presence.

Also read: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat attends dinner hosted by Mukesh Ambani at Antilia

Each couple received gold ornaments, such as mangalsutra, wedding rings, and nose rings, along with silver ornaments like toe rings and anklets. Additionally, each bride was given a cheque of Rs 1.01 lakh as ‘streedhan.’ The couples were also provided with groceries and household items sufficient for a year, including 36 essential items, utensils, appliances like a gas stove, mixer, and fan, as well as a mattress and pillows.

A grand dinner followed the ceremony, where guests enjoyed the traditional Tarpa dance performed by the Warli Tribe, enriching the evening with cultural vibrancy.

The Ambani family, steadfast believers in the principle “manav seva hi madhav seva” (service to humanity is service to God), has a tradition of marking significant family events by serving others, demonstrating their commitment to community welfare.

Anant Ambani’s wedding festivities began with an intimate puja ceremony at the Ambanis’ Mumbai residence, Antilia, on June 29. The wedding, set to take place at the Jio World Convention Centre, will span three days with events including ‘Shubh Vivaah,’ ‘Shubh Aashirwad,’ and ‘Mangal Utsav’ from July 12 to 14.

Ambani family hosts mass wedding for underprivileged couples ahead of Anant Ambani’s marriage

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    Nita and Mukesh Ambani organized a mass wedding

    Over 50 couples got married in Maharashtra’s Palghar on July 2

    Event saw the attendance of around 800 family members

In a heartwarming gesture of community service, Nita and Mukesh Ambani organized a mass wedding for over 50 underprivileged couples from Maharashtra’s Palghar on July 2. The event, held at Reliance Corporate Park in Thane, saw the attendance of around 800 family members of the couples.

The celebration comes ahead of their youngest son Anant Ambani’s wedding to Radhika Merchant, scheduled for July 12 in Mumbai. The Ambani family, including Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta, and Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal, graced the occasion with their presence.

Also read: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat attends dinner hosted by Mukesh Ambani at Antilia

Each couple received gold ornaments, such as mangalsutra, wedding rings, and nose rings, along with silver ornaments like toe rings and anklets. Additionally, each bride was given a cheque of Rs 1.01 lakh as ‘streedhan.’ The couples were also provided with groceries and household items sufficient for a year, including 36 essential items, utensils, appliances like a gas stove, mixer, and fan, as well as a mattress and pillows.

A grand dinner followed the ceremony, where guests enjoyed the traditional Tarpa dance performed by the Warli Tribe, enriching the evening with cultural vibrancy.

The Ambani family, steadfast believers in the principle “manav seva hi madhav seva” (service to humanity is service to God), has a tradition of marking significant family events by serving others, demonstrating their commitment to community welfare.

Anant Ambani’s wedding festivities began with an intimate puja ceremony at the Ambanis’ Mumbai residence, Antilia, on June 29. The wedding, set to take place at the Jio World Convention Centre, will span three days with events including ‘Shubh Vivaah,’ ‘Shubh Aashirwad,’ and ‘Mangal Utsav’ from July 12 to 14.

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