K & R

Kiran & Robin

Dear friends and family,

We are thrilled to welcome you to our special corner of the internet, where love, tradition, and two hearts come together.

This website is our way of bringing you closer to the magic of our love and the traditions we hold dear. Here, you'll find all the information you need to join us in celebrating our love.

Thank you for being a part of our lives and for the love and support you've shown us. We can't wait to create lasting memories with you on our special day.

With love and gratitude,

Kiran & Robin



Monday February 19th

Our story

It all began at a vibrant summer wedding in 2016. Two souls, destined to cross paths, found themselves in the midst of celebration. Robin's charismatic charm and Kiran's radiant beauty did not go unnoticed, as each caught the other's eye.

Despite the initial spark, months went by without any contact. It was as though fate was testing the waters of patience and curiosity. Then, in December 2016, Kiran, bolstered by the courage provided by her close girlfriends, finally decided to make a move. She sent a message to Robin, a simple "hello" that would forever change the course of their lives.

A month of messaging ensued, building a connection that only intensified their interest in one another. Finally, Robin decided to take the leap. He asked Kiran out on a date, but Kiran, ever the strong and independent spirit, had her conditions. She was a woman who knew what she wanted, and she told Robin that if he wanted to see her, he'd have to meet her at Tandoori Palace after work.

Kiran confided in her older brother, Arun, about their secret date plan. Arun agreed to help her turn off the security cameras at the restaurant, ensuring their parents wouldn't catch wind of their rendezvous. The stage was set, and love was in the air.

Their first date was filled with nervous excitement, laughter, and the sweet anticipation of something special. There was just one hiccup: Robin showed up in sweatpants. His fashion mistakes was the only thing that made Kiran slightly unsure about a potential second date.

However, Kiran's cousin, Simran, came to the rescue. She saw the spark between the two and convinced Kiran to give Robin another chance. And thank goodness she did! Their second date was a charm, and Robin's outfit was on point. From that moment on, their love story blossomed.

The rest, as they say, is history. Six years have passed since the summer wedding, and now Kiran and Robin stand at the threshold of a new chapter in their love story, eagerly awaiting the day they say "I do" and embark on a lifelong journey of love, laughter, and togetherness.

OUR Wedding

Monday February 19th

Mayian 10:00 am

@Nirvana Hotel, Ludhiana

The Mayian ceremony is a significant pre-wedding ritual. During the Mayian ceremony, close family and friends apply a paste made from turmeric, sandalwood, and rosewater to the bride's and groom's skin to enhance their natural glow and prepare them for the upcoming wedding day.

This ceremony is not only about the physical beautification but also serves as a symbol of cleansing, purifying, and blessing the couple for their union. It is typically accompanied by traditional Punjabi songs, dance, and festive celebrations, making it a lively and fun-filled occasion for both families. The Mayian ceremony helps to set the tone for the wedding festivities and is a way to involve close relatives in the pre-wedding preparations.

Dresscode: Yellow

Jaggo 5:00 pm

@Nirvana Hotel, Ludhiana

The Jaggo ceremony, also known as "Jaggo Night," is a vibrant and lively pre-wedding ritual celebrated in Punjabi and Sikh weddings. This joyous event takes place the night before the wedding, and it involves the gathering of family and friends from both the bride's and groom's sides.

During the Jaggo ceremony, participants carry lit oil lamps (jaggo) on their heads while dancing, singing traditional Punjabi songs, and making joyful noise. The purpose of the ceremony is to spread happiness and excitement throughout the community and announce the upcoming wedding.

The ceremony is a symbol of good luck and blessings for the couple's future life together. It is an essential part of the pre-wedding festivities, setting the tone for the grand wedding celebration that follows.

Dresscode: Tradional Punjabi attire

Wedding Day

Tuesday February 20th


The Milni ceremony is a significant and heartwarming ritual in Indian and Sikh weddings, especially in the Punjabi tradition. "Milni" literally means "to meet" or "to merge," and this ceremony symbolizes the merging of two families as the bride's and groom's families come together in harmony and unity.

The ceremony takes place at the entrance of the wedding venue. As the groom and his family arrive, they are greeted by the bride's family. The respective family members are introduced to each other.

The most iconic moment of the Milni ceremony is the exchange of garlands or floral wreaths. The male members from the groom's side and the bride's side take turns to garland each other as a symbol of love and acceptance. This exchange signifies the union of the two families and their willingness to embrace one another.

Anand Karaj

In Sikhism, The Sikh Marriage Ceremony Is Known As The ‘Anand Karaj’ Meaning ‘Blissful Union’. It typically takes place in the Gurudwara, the Sikh temple, and involves the bride and groom encircling the Guru Granth Sahib (the holy scripture) four times, while reciting sacred verses from the Sikh scriptures.

During the Lavan ceremony, the bride and groom are tied together with a scarf, symbolizing their union and commitment to one another. The verses recited during this ceremony emphasize the importance of love, trust, and mutual respect in a marriage.

Lavan signifies the beginning of the couple's journey together, and it is a solemn and spiritual moment in the wedding. The ceremony reflects the Sikh values of equality, oneness, and the significance of spiritual connection within a marriage.

First Lav: This Lavan emphasizes the importance of union and love between the couple and how their union is divinely ordained. It reflects the initial stage of their relationship, where they come together, guided by love and destiny.

Second Lav: The second Lav emphasizes the role of selfless service, equality, and trust in a marriage. It encourages the couple to embrace their responsibilities and share their joys and sorrows equally.

Third Lav: In the third Lav, the focus is on the yearning for a deeper connection with the divine. It symbolizes the spiritual journey of the couple together, where they seek spiritual growth and understanding through their union.

Fourth Lav: The fourth and final Lav reflects the ultimate purpose of marriage – to attain a harmonious and spiritual union with the divine. It signifies the fulfillment of the couple's spiritual journey and the attainment of a deep connection with the divine.

Bride Side: Neelam thread 170-L
Groom Side: Neelam thread 124


The Doli ceremony is a touching and emotional tradition. It marks the departure of the bride from her parental home to begin her new life with her husband and his family.

The Doli ceremony signifies the transition from one phase of the bride's life to another, from her family of origin to her new family. It is a bittersweet moment, filled with both tears and smiles, as the bride leaves her past behind and embraces the future with her husband.

@Gurudwara Singh Sabha Sarabha Nagar Ludhiana

Wedding dinner 8:00 pm

@Nirvana Hotel, Ludhiana
Dresscode: Western (Dark Colors)

Wednesday February 21st Reception

@Nirvana Hotel, Ludhiana
Dresscode: Dress to impress

Wardrobe planner

Things to do before and/or after the wedding

If you're traveling from a distant location to attend the wedding, you may find yourself in Delhi, the capital city of India, for a few days. Delhi is a vibrant and historically rich city with a multitude of attractions to explore. Here's a guide to help you make the most of your time in Delhi:

01. Visit the Taj Mahal: While Delhi is your first stop, it's worth mentioning that the iconic Taj Mahal is a must-see if you have a couple of extra days. Agra, home to the Taj Mahal, is just a few hours away from Delhi by train or car.

02. Explore Historical Sites: Delhi is steeped in history. Explore the magnificent Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, and the Qutub Minar, all of which offer a glimpse into India's rich past.

03. Immerse Yourself in Culture: Visit India Gate, a war memorial, and take a leisurely walk in the nearby Lutyens' Delhi area to admire the colonial architecture. Don't forget to explore the Akshardham Temple, a marvel of modern Indian architecture.

04. Shop in Local Markets: Delhi is a paradise for shoppers. Head to bustling markets like Chandni Chowk for street food and shopping for traditional Indian clothing and jewelry. You can also visit modern shopping complexes like DLF Promenade or Select Citywalk.

05. Savor Local Cuisine: Delhi is renowned for its diverse and delectable cuisine. Don't miss trying local dishes like butter chicken, kebabs, biryani, and street food such as chaat bhel puri.

06. Take a Rikshaw Ride in Old Delhi: Dive into the old-world charm of Delhi by taking a rickshaw ride through the narrow lanes of Old Delhi. It's a unique and immersive experience.

If you are too lazy planning your own trip, reach out to Dream Destination Travel, Poonam Wadaker +91 95035 38399. She helped us plan our honeymoon, and we are very satisfied with the options she gave us and the level of service.

If you need help arranging transfer from Delhi Airport to Ludhiana, please let the bride or the groom know.


When should i RSVP by?

Kindly RSVP before Friday, 1st December 2023.

Where are the ceremony and reception taking place?

All the pre-wedding events and wedding dinner will be outdoors; however, the reception will be indoors. The lavan will take place at Gurudwara (Indian temple), make sure to cover your shoulder, knees and head.

Is it safe to bring my jewelry?

Like all hotels no matter where they’re located, please be cautious of the items you leave out around your room. Although the hotel is in a safe location, please lock all your items in your safe or lock them in your suitcase. Please take precautions where necessary.

Is there a dress code?

Yes! Please see the Wardobe planner.


Who to contact?

Bride side:
Please RSVP to Kiran’s bhabian (sister in-laws)
Avrinder Kaur Bajwa: +47 416 50 419
Dipshi Sharma Garcha: +47 984 79 920

Groom side:
Please RSVP to Robin’s bhabian (sister in-laws)
Sonia Kaur Uppal: +47 452 85 746
Kiran Kaur Hundal: +47 452 21 273

Kindly RSVP before Friday, 1st December 2023

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