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Anant Ambani, Radhika Merchant’s wedding invite box goes viral

Instead of a typical printed card, Nita and Mukesh Ambani sent their guests a large box adorned with an image of Lord Vishnu.

A video featuring Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s wedding invitation has gone viral on social media. Following this, another clip showcasing the intricate details of the luxurious invite has surfaced online. In this clip, the recipient walks viewers through the various elements of the invite.

Instead of a typical printed card, Nita and Mukesh Ambani sent their guests a large box adorned with an image of Lord Vishnu. The box contained the nimantran patra (invitation) along with several gifts for the guest. The unboxing video was shared on social media by one of the invitees and picked up by news agency ANI, garnering over 1.6 million views on X.

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The golden box opens to reveal another orange-colored box featuring an image of Lord Vishnu. “It has this lovely image of Lord Vishnu. If you look closely, we have Goddess Lakshmi residing in his heart, with Vishnu shloka written all over this box,” says the woman unboxing the invite.

Devotional music plays when the box is opened, revealing a beautiful painting of Lord Vishnu’s celestial abode, Baikunth, inside. “I can also hear the Vishnu mantra as I open this box,” says the recipient. The formal invite itself is contained in a golden book. Opening the ‘book’ reveals a multi-page invite, each page beautifully decorated with images of Hindu deities. The first page features an image of Lord Ganesha on one side and an invite to the first event of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s wedding.

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The image of Lord Ganesha is detachable, as the woman explains in her video. The next page contains a gold-embossed artwork of Radha Krishna and the handwritten nimantran patra. “This has such a lovely handwritten note from the family. I just love the personal touch,” the unnamed recipient says.

The following pages contain artworks of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, and Maa Ambe, with tiny little diyas that actually light up adorning the pages.