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A short description of a grand Indian wedding

23rd September 2011
Over the past few years, a large number of foreign nationals have chosen to celebrate their wedding in Indian wedding style. As India is a country known for colors and cultures, a great majority of people wish to manifest their wedding desires in a unique... Read >
Author: Eric John

Know How Guidelines Impact New Cardiac Cath Codes

31st March 2011
This time, CPT 2011 brings major overhaul to cardiac catheterization coding. As a matter of fact, there are 19 deleted cardiac codes, 20 added cardiac cath codes and only eight cardiac cath codes that remain the same. To start with, here we will focus o... Read >
Author: James Smith

Broadcast Marriage Live on Internet and Wedding Webcasts : A SeeMyMarriage.com Analysis

12th May 2010
     New hopes, new ideas, new people, new relations , renewed enthusiasm and a whole lot of happiness wrapped as a gift- the gift of marital bliss. Marriage , a divine institution, where two strangers unite by the sacred knot , revitalizes not only ... Read >
Author: SeeMyMarriage.com

Unique Games for an Engagement Party

22nd September 2009
The engagement party is a time when the families of the couple will get to know one another. In some cases, this might be the first meeting between the two families or groups of friends and any icebreaker activity will be a welcome event. In that light... Read >
Author: Jake Whitehead

The Proper Wedding Etiquette For A Second Marriage

13th March 2009
What if your heart beats again for the second time? Scary, isn't it? Many questions pop-up your mind especially now that he proposed marriage to you. The first question that your mind have formed was what is the wedding etiquette for a second marriage? It... Read >
Author: Joe Silla

Traditions of a North Indian Wedding

04th March 2009
In India, marriages are generally pompous affairs. There are various ceremonies that either precede or follow the actual wedding ceremony. It is considered a matter of pride to throw lavish wedding parties. While one school of thought can argue that all t... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar
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