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Indian Hindu Wedding at Muthu Mariamman Temple: Mugu + Sharmilah

The early morning Hindu Indian wedding of Mugunthan and Sharmilah, at Muthu Mariamman Temple in Kuala Lumpur. The groom sits down with his best man (Tholan) together with the priest for prayers. A coconut is broken. The bride’s entrance, accompanied by her entourage of flower girls. The bride with her maid of honour (Tholi). A…

Malayalee Wedding Ceremony at Thean Hou Temple: Manika + Divya

The Malayalee Hindu wedding of Manika and Capt Dr Divya was held at the Thean Hou Temple. Despite the countless Hindu weddings I have photographed, this is my first time as a wedding photographer at a Hindu wedding held at a Chinese temple! Capt Dr Divya is a military doctor who preferred an unconventional wedding,…

Ceylonese Wedding Ceremony, Kalamandapam: Ashvind + Sinthi

You may remember Ashvind and Sinthi’s pre-wedding photos that appeared on my blog earlier. Emotion in Pictures is also the wedding photography team for their Ceylonese Hindu wedding ceremony at Kalamandapam, Brickfields. This was yet another wedding where evening showers caused the infamous Kuala Lumpur traffic jams. We also covered a total of 3 wedding…

Hindu Malayalee Wedding at Sri Sakthi Easwary Temple: Sujean + Rekha

Sujean and Rekha’s wedding was a Hindu Malayalee Indian wedding ceremony at the Sri Sakthi Easwary temple. Malayalee weddings are typically shorter ceremonies so we had to really work fast to get our shots. This was the second time it rained heavily during a wedding at this temple, but thank God we beat the Kuala…

Tamil Indian Wedding at Kalamandapam Brickfields: Guhan & Katherine

Guhan and Katherine returned from the United States for their traditional Indian wedding ceremony at the Kalamandapam temple here in Brickfields. ?

Hindu Indian Wedding at HGH Convention Centre Sentul: Vijendran & Gaayathri

This was my first time photographing a wedding at the HGH Convention Centre in Sentul. Dr Vijendran and Dr Gaayathri’s traditional Malayalee Indian wedding on 14 December 2011. The wedding mandapam (pavilion) was one of the more beautifully decorated ones I’ve seen. ?