5 Fantastic Indian Palaces To Tie The Bond And Begin Your New Life

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Do you want to feel like a princess and prince on your wedding day?
Every bride or groom desires for a fairytale wedding so there are several beautiful palaces to choose from. Now you are wondering that most of them are located in Rajasthan only but here are more options or listing of the fantastic Indian Palaces where you can get tie with each other at.    

Mysore Palace, Mysore: One of the large and grand palace in Mysore, Karnataka is simply splendid and fabulous. Enjoy style and royalty with lifetime memories here on your wedding day. The wedding hall has colossal traditional chandeliers and walls adorned with unique oil paintings.

Fernhills Palace, Ooty: The residence of Maharaja of Mysore, the fernhillspalace designed in teak timber paneling comprising a large lounge with yap windows. Victorian furnishings and its royally furniture emanate a royal lavishness world charm. The interiors are an gorgeous blend of architecture and traditional revitalization.

Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur: Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur is the perfect palace of a fairytale wedding. Amazing fountains and flowerbeds, awesome marbled halls with fabulous crystal chandeliers, attired staff, specialized theme restaurants, is one of the most fabulous wedding palace in India.

Taj Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad: It is the most impressive and elegant palace for royal wedding. Most of the India’s Grand weddings have taken place at the Taj Falaknuma Palace, it looks almost European. To get special experience of a lifetime Taj Falaknuma is the best Palace in India.

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur: One of the most romantic palace, The Taj lake palace is ideal for a grand nuptial ceremony. The enchanted bliss of white marble, floats on the sparkling waters of Lake Pichola offers the ideal location for a dream wedding like prince and princess.

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