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Trinidad and Tobago’s wicketkeeping captain Denesh Ramdin traded in his West Indies shirt yesterday to don an elegant kurta suit when he tied the knot with his long-time sweetheart Janelle Mohess in an intimate traditional Hindu wedding. At around 2.20 pm, Ramdin, dressed in gold and orange with matching headpiece, arrived in a chocolate brown BMW car at the bride’s Torrib Trace, New Grant, home, for the family-only affair.
The 27-year-old wicketkeeper/batsman, of Sesame Street, Preysal, was accompanied by his father Diaram Ramdin and relatives, and were greeted with tassa drumming and East Indian music. He smiled broadly as Mohess’s mother Korisha welcomed him to their home and escorted him into the area where the wedding ceremony was to be performed.
The wedding venue was decorated with burnt orange and fuchsia pink balloons, streamers and decorations. A cricket theme, as expected, was incorporated into the decor as two cricket bats, each bearing Janelle and Ramdin’s names, were used as decorations on the head table.
Ramdin appeared speechless as he gazed at his soon-to-be wife when she was escorted to his side. Mohess was dressed in a red and gold lehenga and choli outfit (skirt and top). Mohess, who is employed as a customer service representative at First Citizens, Point Lisas, beamed as she sat next to Ramdin. The couple’s honeymoon destination was kept a secret.
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