These days shehnai players are assigned a separate podium altogether to add a hint of royal & classy touch to weddings. And to fulfill that need of yours, we offer you elite royal shehnai players for the wedding.
Royal Shehnai Players - a brainchild of Shehnai Players India. Being a royal affair and having a slight difference from the traditional Shehnai Players it consists of 4 – 6 different Indian Classical Instrumentalists. To name a few are Sitar Player, Flute player, Jaltarang Player, Sarangi Player, Tabla Player and many more. It brings joy when all of the Instrumentalists play altogether in a form of jugalbandi. Earlier, in ancient times when royal prince use to come to marry a royal princess, shehnai was played as a symbol of celebration of marriage, the joy of bringing two families together and sorrow of bride leaving her paternal house. Even today, many occasions and celebrations are incomplete without having this amazing musical instrument.
Shehnai playing to mark important occasions
Shehnai has become a perfect synonym to the word ‘Royal’. We believe every girl is a royal princess and every boy is a royal prince, and every marriage must be celebrated in a royal manner. Our royal shehnai players are traditionally rooted and promise you a soulfully royal experience. Decked in traditional finery with different instruments and a safa, they play in a group of 4-6. The overall impact of their performance is nothing short of magical. It sets the tone of the event and makes it all the morespectacular.
Shehnai - For every occasion
Our royal shehnai players have played on a variety of occasions. Whether it is a destination wedding or an event where celebrities and renowned names from Bollywood gracing the occasion, our talented shehnai players ensure that an eternal and enduring ambiance is created. Our live setup of Royal Shehnai Group is a sight to behold. They effortlessly create both visual and musical pleasure. They can easily captivate and dazzle the audience in an event with special effects and tone of shehnai.