Isha Ambani, the daughter of the richest man of India, is all set to tie the knot with her fiance Anand Piramal on December 12.
The couple recently got engaged in a lavish three-day ceremony at breathtaking locales of Lake Como in Italy.
Here are the details of Isha-Anand's wedding.
Isha-Anand to take nuptial vows in Mumbai
Making the announcement of the wedding, Ambanis and Piramals released a joint statement.
The couple will get married at Ambani's Mumbai residence as per Indian traditions, cultures and customs.
"We are delighted to share that the marriage of Isha-Anand will take place in the Ambani residence in Mumbai with family members and close friends on December 12," the statement read.
Pre-wedding festivities to be held in Udaipur
The statement further added that both Anand and Piramal families will be hosting a grand party in Udaipur for the pre-wedding festivities.
"During the weekend prior to the wedding, the Ambani and Piramal families will host their friends and family in Udaipur, where they are partnering with artisans and craftsmen to integrate local culture and traditions into the festivities," read the statement.
Ambanis offered first invitation card to Lord Ganesha
Mukesh and Nita Ambani have reportedly offered the first invitation card of Isha-Anand's wedding to Lord Ganesha at the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai. The Ambani visited the temple on Monday.
A bit about Anand Piramal
While Anand is generally referred to as the son of Ajay Piramal of the Piramal group, there is more to his identity than that.
He has an MBA degree from the Harvard Business School.
The 33-year-old played a key role in acquiring prime land parcels across Mumbai and raised $434 million from Goldman Sachs and Warburg Pincus for his family-run conglomerate.
Isha-Anand's engagement was a grand affair
Earlier this year, Isha and Anand had exchanged rings in a grand ceremony at Lake Como and it was a star-studded affair.
Interestingly, Anand had proposed to Isha at Mahabaleshwar temple during a family vacation.
The proposal was celebrated with a grand party in May, after which the Ambanis had announced Isha-Anand's roka.