Indian weddings are an extravagant, glamorous and musical event that mostly continues for a few days. There are a lot of steps before the marriage in the Indian tradition, such as the Haldi, Mehndi, and Sangeet, but these functions are bland without music. Therefore, to help kill the boredom, people hire top-notch, professional wedding bands who are well trained to make these events extra special. You are also looking for a great band to make your wedding party groove with the latest and the greatest music band? Here is a list to help you out.
- Master band: Also known as the "Bollywood Band". This brand has been featured in many of the Bollywood movies. Even their poster can be seen in many of those movies. Their legacy is very old and they have a heritage which is still going on till now for three generations. Their band has played in weddings for many of the most prestigious families in India. Instrumental music, Pop, Dhol and Tasha, composition Bollywood, Shehnai, Bhangra, there is no area where one can beat them.
- Chawla band: The “Dilli ka Mashoor” band will light up your wedding. They are the official sponsor of ‘Rajasthan Royals’ Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket team. They have recognised uniforms and turbans which look trendy when worn by the band, also gives a royal look to the Baraat.
- Jea band: They are the official partner of ‘Kings XI Punjab' the IPL Cricket team. Jea Band has everything you would need for your wedding. This band is always amongst the top 3 bands of the nation and has a great legacy that proves its worth.
- Rajan band: It is one of the most fundamental wedding band in Delhi from the past 47 years. This brand is a gold medalist Company in South Delhi, which was founded in 1968. They provide all of their services as per the requirement given by their clientele.
- Grote Mehta band: They have well trained and uniformed men band to play the music. They work with devotion and make everyone dance to their tunes. They are also known for their Bagpiper Band Players. They can lighten your procession during the baraat by tram Lights.