Anant and Radhika wedding 40 day Bhandara celebration

The Anant Ambani-Radhika Merchant wedding will take place on July 12 at Mumbai’s Jio World Convention Center in the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) business district. There have been several festivities planned by the Ambani family to celebrate the wedding.


The family known for its philanthropic work had recently organized a mass wedding for 50 couples, where Anant Ambani’s mother, Nita Ambani, donated 1 lakh cash to all the brides along with gold jewelery as part of ‘Stredhan’. And now, according to a viral video, Anant Ambani has organized a Bhandara for 40 days in Mumbai, where nearly 9000 people can consume food every day.

According to a new video going viral on Instagram, the last date of Bhandara is 15th July, which means this Bhandara was started on 5th June. The video shared details about the type of food served in this bhandara, and the supervisor of the mass feast also revealed that this feast is open to the public and has been distributed twice daily for the past few days, where nearly 3-4,000 people can eat at a walk. The tutor also revealed that all the people who come here bless and congratulate Anant Ambani on his wedding.

In the video which is going viral, several people commented on this mass party organized by Anant Ambani and praised him for his good deeds.

In the viral video, one can clearly see the dishes served during this bhandara. From Veg Pulao, Dhokla, Poori, Gatte Ki Sabji, Paneer ki Sabji and Raita.

While the wedding of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant will take place in just two days, the family is leaving no stone unturned to make it a mega event worldwide. Like all Indian Ambani families, they celebrate every ritual with their loved ones on a grand scale.

The family recently celebrated the Haldi, Sangeet and Mehendi ceremonies and now the family is moving ahead with their remaining rituals for the wedding. According to reports, the celebrations will not end with the wedding as there is a ‘Shubh Ashirwad’ scheduled for July 13 and a ‘Mangal Utsav’ or wedding reception scheduled for July 14.

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