Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Amid the pre-wedding bash, all eyes are on Anant Ambani, son of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani, and Radhika Merchant's exquisite wedding. While everyone is eagerly waiting to witness the grand wedding on July 12, the video of Anant and Radhika's wedding invitation card has recently stormed the internet leaving everyone shocked and mesmerised. 

One of the card recipients filmed the invitation card and shared it on social media. The video shows an intricately designed huge golden box. 

The person in the video narrates, "We have this beautiful wedding invite with compliments here, from Mr and Mrs Ambani."

Next, she unboxes the 'invitation card' to find a big orange box with a picture of Lord Vishnu on top of it with Goddess Laxmi in his heart. Moreover, Vishnu Sholka (hymns) is written all over the box. 

As she opens the box, an audio plays chanting Lord Vishnu's mantras. The box has a picture of Vaikunth, the residence of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. The box also contains a golden book. As she opens the book, she finds a lavishly decorated wedding invitation card. While the first page of the wedding invitation has a detachable frame of Lord Ganesha, the second page has Lord Krishna's image with the 'Nimantran Patra'. She opens the invitation card to find a lovely handwritten note from the Ambani family. As the pages turn, an image of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi is found and the next page has a detachable frame of Goddess Ambe. Moreover, the book also contains a beautiful quote and the entire book glitters like gold.

She opens another small orange box to find a compact temple which can be carried on tour. The box further contains another pouch and she finds a handcrafted pashmina shawl from Kashmir. 

Undoubtedly, the invitation card is a great combination of art, culture and spirituality.

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Earlier, another wedding invitation card from the Ambanis went viral that shows a 'miniature temple' along with gold and silver idols. The opulent invite showcases a miniature silver-plated temple adorned with idols of various Hindu deities. 

The temple also contains an intricately designed box with several notes and gifts like the above invitation card. However, this invitation card looks more revered. As the name flashes on the box, it was given to Karnataka's Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his family.

The grand celebrations will kick off on Friday, July 12, with the Shubh Vivah (wedding ceremony), followed by the Shubh Aashirwad (divine blessings ceremony) on July 13, and will conclude with the Mangal Utsav (wedding reception) on July 14.

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