NRC01 Navjote Ceremony Parsi Invitation Card Video

Original price was: ₨ 2,655Current price is: ₨ 1,416


    Please type text in your language. We will only be able to copy paste the text you share in your given language & not type from scratch. No photos of handwritten matter will be accepted.
  • Type NA where not applicable or if you wish to skip it.
    Function Title can be replaced as per your event title.
    *SLIDE 1: Name of Child here:
    *Function Title:
    SLIDE 2: Invitation Msg.
    *Function Title:
    *Name of Kid/ Kids:
    Add 'Mr.'/ 'Mrs.'/ 'Smt.'/ 'Shri.' properly before the names if needed
    Name of Grandparents here: OPTIONAL
    *Name of Parents here:
    Slide 2: Upload Photo optional
    • (max file size 200 MB)
    *SLIDE 3:
    *Choose Day
    *Date here
    Choose Date
    Mention Programme Timings & Venue:
    Upload Audio File for your card
    • (max file size 200 MB)
  • *Delivery Days
    Working days are Mon. - Fri.: 10am - 6pm (IST)
    *Remove Logo from end
    Logo in corner & Watermark is removed when final video is shared, at no extra charge. Only the logo in the end after video completes stays, if you need that removed please select YES.
    Rounds of Revisions
    1 round of iteration is free after we share 1st card for approval. This is optional.
    Need additional versions of same video? Select how many?

    Example: • A separate version for bride side - her name first, for groom side - his name first, etc.
    • 1 version with all functions & another with only 1 function/ 2 functions

    Need to add extra text? Select how many?
    (animation will simply fade in & fade out - no new design slides)
    Please note color changes might not be applicable for all designs. Contact us so we can let you know if it is doable. Make sure Text & Background color chosen are in contrast, else it wont be visible.

    • Delivery Format: MP4 File whatsapp friendly as Whatsapp allows Media file upto 16 mb limit
    If needed on Email - Final Mp4 HD quality (1920 px x 1080 px), link will be shared link via wetransfer to download.
    *We do not share open editable files*

    • Payment Terms: 100% advance payment
    No refund is provided, as the design you see, is what you get

    • In case you need additional slides or more versions, like bride/ groom name swapped, or one version with only certain functions, another will all functions, it will be additional. You can check an estimated pricing for it on the ADVANCED CUSTOMISATION TAB above.

    • If you want to change font style/ colour, background colour it will be additional & you need to tell us beforehand. You can check an estimated pricing for it on the advanced customisation tab above.

    • All Text Matter Details in the Card (as long as it fits the space as per design)
    • Images/ Photos (if shown in the template you choose)
    • 1 Song only (Note that we do not provide song editing service such as stitching, cutting audio files)

    • 1 round of revision is offered if needed. Any changes after the approval will be USD $8 / INR Rs. 500 per round of revision.

    • Delivery Days: Standard (within 2-3 working days)
    Urgent (1 working day | + extra charge mentioned below)

    • Please note: Our corner Logo & Watermark seen throughout the video is removed, we only keep the logo in last frame.

    Make the payment to confirm the order. After this we customise the template from our end as per the details shared and share the invitation.

    We offer additional advanced edits & modifications at extra cost. Kindly contact us for the same.


NRC01 Parsi Ceremony Navjote  Invitation Card Video – To order whatsapp +918879794909

The Navjote ceremony is the ritual through which a child is inducted into the Zoroastrian religion and begins to wear the sedreh and kushti. The term navjote is used primarily by the Zoroastrians of India (the Parsis), while sedreh pushi is used primarily by the Zoroastrians of Iran. The word ‘navjote’ is a Latinized form of the Parsi Gujarati compound of nav “new” and jote “reciter [of prayer]”, “invoker”, “sacrificer”. The second half of the word is—via Zoroastrian Middle Persian zot—an indirect continuation of Avestan zaotar, with /z/ eventually becoming /j/ because /z/ is not phonemic in Gujarati. The Persian term sedreh pushi translates to “Putting on the sedreh,” a reference to the main component of the ritual. #navjoteceremony #navjote #digitalinvitation #digitalinvitationvideos #videoinvitation #whatsappinvitation #invitationcard

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