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A peek at Ash-Abhi's Wedding Card

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    Courtesy: IndiaFM
    Tuesday, April 17, 2007
    The film fraternity, media and millions and millions of fans world over are hungry to know as much as they can about the wedding of their favorite stars Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai. To satisfy your hunger, we get you a sneak-peek at the Wedding Card of Ash-Abhi wedding.

    The invite is also as stylish and loaded as the event is. It comes in a big box and has three parts tied together with a ribbon. The first page of the invitation set contains a golden card which has the emblem 'AA', the initials of the star couple, embossed on it in white gold.
    The second page of the card has Lord Ganesha embossed on it. This is followed by a few shlokas printed in golden letters. The third page has lines from a poem written by Amitabh Bachchan father and a known poet, Harivanshrai Bachchan.
    The fourth and fifth pages contain the actual invitation to the wedding at the Bachchan's residence Jalsa, in both Hindi and English. Each invite has been signed by the parents of the bride and groom to add a personal touch.

    If the invitation is so stylish, the wedding surely will be a private but lavish affair.

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