Types of People in Indian Wedding

Types of People in Indian Wedding

Indian weddings are the most celebrated family festival in the world and so are the people enjoying them. Jitne rangeen aur atrangi rishte aur rishtedaar India shaadiyon me milte hai, utne shayad hi poore universe me kahin milen. Be it bhua, fufaji or the distant ones ‘mausi ki nanad ki behen’, every Indian relative has its own charm and aura.

To aaiye dekhte hain kuch aise hi types of people ko and try to decode all of them one by one.



The One-and-Only Bua - ‘Beta ye, Beta vo’

every indian wedding


Agar humse jyada kisi ko hamari shaadi ka khyaal hai to hai humari pyari buaji. One of the most loved members of the family is buaji. Though sometimes you get irritated by the same question asked over and over again “Beta tumhari to shaadi ki umar ho gyi”. But without bua every wedding is empty and so are we.



Narazagi ki Khaan - Fufaji

The Angry young man of all the Indian weddings is our beloved fufaji. No family wedding goes without one-hour session of ‘fufaji ka roothna manana’. The naughtiest one in our family and in any Indian wedding. Also fufaji ke biina saare functions soone-soone lagte hain.



Chachaji - Ready to Roll (in a peg, obviously)

Chachas are the most enthusiastic attendants at an Indian wedding. They will be pushing everyone to shake a leg and requesting for that special bhangra step. They're in control of the booze department and are always in the mood to have a dance off.



Mausi Hamari - Sabse Pyaari

Maa ke jaisi or Maasi or mausi aise hi nahi naam haiThe first one to start the dance in sangeet and mehndi function. Whatever function it is mausi is the first one to start the entertainment ki wave and soon everyone joins her. She is the best gem in our family that we preciously love and care about.



Mamaji - The Snake Charmer

every indian wedding


Arre! hato bhai hato mamaji ke andar ka amreesh puri jaag gya hai. We all know the things are going to be a bit crazy when mamaji start rolling his handkerchief and make the ultimate ‘been’ on that naagin tune. The craziest steps follows and soon he is joined by some of his booze loving friends as well.



The newly wed romeos

Be it bhaiya-bhabhi or any newly wed couple you always recognize them from a distance by their cute romantic gigglings. Though aj kal the main priority is reels par dulha-dulhan ke ko nachaana because the newest addition to this newly wed community are the bride & groom themselves.



Honorable Mentions

Mohalle wali aunty - our very own ‘Khabrilal’

Bina CCTV aunties ke koi shaadi kahan ho sakti hain. Be it any function or wedding you will always find some aunty’s kitty party group staring at you from the corner of the venue. The only motto is ‘let’s judge the bachelors’.

Sharma ji ka ladka

The one and only our Sharma ji ka ladka from our mohalla boasting about his IIT journey and how he managed to score 99.9 as compared to the 99.8 of the last year. Best at sports, academics and what not though never going to share his secrets with you.

Nuskh-Commitee ke sadasya

The silliest people ever. No Indian shaadi goes without them saying ki khaane me namak kam tha ya decoration me laal phoolon ki jagah neele phool hone chahiye the. Always in a group with no lifafa in their hands and ready to criticize everything they see.

 The ‘Full-plate’ gang

The only group that is more interested in khaana-khazana than the wedding itself. They are at the wedding with solely one purpose of filling their plates with all kinds of dishes available.


There are much more rang-birange relatives that you will always see in an Indian wedding and the list goes on and on. Though these are the things that make an Indian shaadi more charismatic and full of enjoyment.

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