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10200 NW 25th St
Miami, FL, 33172
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Miami and South Florida Indian and South Asian Wedding Photography Company provides stunning fine art wedding photography services to couples in Miami, Orlando, Tampa, New York, Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and everywhere else in between. As a Canon Film and Mamiya Film photographer, Nami provides elite wedding photography services to clients seeking truly artful, unobtrusive, photo documentary coverage of their wedding day. Apart from providing Miami wedding photography services, Nami specializes in Indian, Pakistani and South Asian Wedding Photography and is also available for destination weddings worldwide. Contact me to learn about my wedding photography prices and packages. Check out my Google Places Page and leave a kind review!

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MIAMI, BOCA, PALM BEACH, FORT LAUDERDALE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

INDIAN WEDDING: PURAV + NITAL SHAH - GARBA RAAS

Nami Dadlani

Excitement filled the air.  It was the night before their big day and Purav and Nital were anxiously awaiting the start of their Garba Dancing Night so that they could celebrate their happiness of their upcoming nuptials.  Purav arrived first and being the gracious host that he is immediately began welcoming guests and family, thanking them for their presence over the weekend.  Nital entering the hall she spots Purav conversing with his friends unaware of her arrival. Swiftly, she sneaks up behind him to catch him off guard and surprise him. Feeling a hand brush his side, Purav spins around and locks eyes with his beautiful bride, her eyes full of mischief and laughter. And so the night began...... *Garba is a specialized dance from the region of Gujarat in India and a form of this is a style of dancing called Raas, where people dance with dadiya (wooden) sticks in pairs.