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“Are your wedding dates clashing with the lockdown? Fret not, astrologers share tips to choose a good wedding date when muhurat dates are not available”
We’re all well aware of the unfortunate pandemic of the novel coronavirus that has left the world high and dry. The wedding industry too, at large is no less affected. There’s an increasing rise in the number of summer weddings being postponed to the second half of 2020. The concluding months of 2020 have a shortage of auspicious wedding dates and getting married this year might start to look like a distant dream.
According to our research, there is quite a possibility that people might not follow the 2020 wedding calendar anymore and get married on a date that looks more feasible and practicable with respect to the timeline of COVID-19, availability of vendors, the comfort of their guests, etc.
If you’re planning to get married in 2020 and do not have a list of auspicious wedding dates, scroll through some expert insights on what to keep in mind when finalising of your non-mahurat wedding date.