This Sikh politician from Norway wore a Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding

Prabhleen Kaur was elected Deputy Representative in the Norwegian Parliament in Oslo in 2013 and the aspiring politician is a fairly local celebrity in the country. But when it came to her wedding, she chose to showcase her heritage and wore a gorgeous lehenga from none other than classic designer, Sabyasachi.

Prabhleen married her fellow Norwegian of Indian descent, Nirusan Tharmanathan, in an intimate ceremony held in the capital Oslo. And, she looked like a vision in her ivory lehenga.

The exquisite lehenga featured intricate gold embroidery and was accompanied by matching choli and sheer dupatta.

Styled by Bridelan India, Prabhleen accessorized her look with her signature turban or dastar which is an article of faith that represents equality, honor, self-respect, courage, spirituality and piety in the Sikh religion and is worn by many Khalsa Sikh men and women.

The very handsome groom, Nirusan complemented Prabhleen in his classic beige Sabyasachi sherwani. He accessorized his look with a matching turban symbolic of the Sikh turban multi-layered pearl necklace.

Sabyasachi’s official grip posted the photos of the charming duo and they’ve gone viral ever since.

We loved the duo’s wedding refinery, let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.

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