The wedding of Ashwin, the impressive bowler of the Indian national cricket team was celebrated with all grandeur on 12th and 13th November at Ragavendra Mariage Hall at Kodambakkam, Chennai. Chitra and Ravichandran, the parents of the shining cricket star wished that Mohan who organized an auspicious function at their house some fifteen years back should be in charge of the celebration of their son’s wedding also. Respecting their wish, we agreed to take full responsibility to arrange everything for the celebrity’s wedding. ‘Athithi wedding planner’, a wing of Kalyanamalai was entrusted with the task. The celebration was for two days and the function went off very well under the guidance of Mohan. The excellent food served on both the days was unforgettable, it was a thing that found no equal, the invitees said.
Chitra Ravichandran was very happy with the arrangements and was surprised at the tactful management of the situation by ‘Athithi’ when the number of guests exceeded to a great extent beyond their expectation. She appreciated ‘Athithi’ not only for its excellent food and management but also the way it handled the situation without any tension, maintaining a calm approach. Mr. Ravichandran grew emotional when he expressed his heart-felt satisfaction and happiness over the fact that his family and his son Ashwin got the blessing of Mohan. His voice turned soft when he said that the blessing of Mohan was the most valuable of all in the wedding of his son. Ashwin shook hands with Mohan congratulating him for the excellent food. And, we too felt very happy and contented that our service had satisfied everyone with no room for complaint.
Neela and Lakshminarayanan, the parents of Preethi, the bride, thanked us a million times telling that they couldn’t thank us enough for all the excellent arrangement and the grand manner of celebration of their daughter’s wedding. They said that the celebration was organized so well and the credit should go entirely to ‘Athithi’.
‘Athithi’ feels proud and happy over the words of the parents of both the boy and the girl. Can there be a greater honor?!