Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar
Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar

India

The new, conscious Indian wedding aims for no more waste – or patriarchy

  • Millennial couples are changing the narrative of the big, fat Indian wedding by eliminating waste and choosing minimalism
  • Traditional rituals like washing the groom’s feet and ‘kanyadaan’, or ‘donating one’s daughter’, are also fading in favour of socially mindful actions

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Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar
Nivedita Shankar and Vivek Seetharaman at their trimmed-down wedding in Singapore. Photo: Nivedita Shankar
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