My Big Fat Indian Wedding: The Sequel

Indian Wedding.pngIn the October 2007 issue of Traveler, contributing editor and Real Travel columnist Daisann McLane wrote a feature story called “My Big Fat Indian Wedding,” following the fabulous wedding of Sejal Samar and Gaurav Jodhawat from Udaipur, India. (You can watch the video about Indian wedding traditions and see the slide show from the story online.) Well Daisann wrote us the other day with some happy news…

indianweddingthesequel.JPG“Yesterday I got an unexpected email from Sejal–she’s now a mom, and here’s the happy family, two and a half years later–with daughter Kashvi,” Daisann writes.

Congratulations to the new family, and thanks for letting us share your story with the world.

Photos: Above, Steve McCurry; Below, courtesy of the family. 

For travel info, see National Geographic’s India Travel Planner: Rajasthan, by @Sarin_Singh


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