Why India’s Next Big Thing?

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  • Allow friends and relatives to bless the bride and groom
  • Combine traditional Indian wedding ceremonies with new technology
  • Metaverse is a secure platform that is tamper-proof
  • Offer an interactive experience for guests

Facebook’s Parent Company, Meta Hosts First Indian Virtual Wedding

Meta Verse Wedding

A couple from the USA tied the knot in the metaverse wedding in a trend that was started by Facebook’s parent company Meta. After the USA, India became the second country to host a metaverse wedding. Tamil Nadu couple Dinesh S P and Janaganandhini Ramaswamy hosted an entirely virtual wedding.

The Metaverse Wedding: First Virtual Weddings Is Magical

The metaverse wedding will allow the friends and relatives to bless the bride and groom without any regret that they couldn’t be there for the function in real life. You can invest in as many people as you want with no limitations to boundaries. It will be a budget-friendly wedding, especially for Indians who spend tons of money on décor and food.

A Peek Into TardiVerse Metaverse

TardiVerse

Metaverse is a very new concept and many people are not familiar with the term. The web development company launched India’s first metaverse company called TardiVerse, they built a metaverse for India based on the Polygon blockchain.

These Virtual Wedding Invitations Are The Cutest Thing You’ll See Today

To become part of this virtual wedding, one requires a stable internet connection, a laptop or smartphone, and a web browser. You will get a login called MetaMask that will be opened by using the name and password of the person.

World’s Most Expensive Metaverse Wedding Cost US$30K

metaverse wedding couple

The US couple spent US$30,000 on their metaverse wedding. With less customization, the cost could come down to US$10,000. In India, metaverse weddings can save a lot of your money.

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