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Indian Millionaire’s Son Does Lavish Wedding In Italy … But Is Banned From Arriving By ELEPHANT 

The newly married couple smile for the camera during their wedding celebrations in Florence. It is expected they are to set up their home in Dubai An Indian millionaire has splashed out £14million on the lavish wedding of his son in a ceremony taking place over three days in Florence.

Rohan Mehta, son of Indian millionaire Yogesh Mehta, who established the Petrochem empire married his bride Roshni in a lavish ceremony taking place over three days in Florence.

Around 500 guests are thought to have been invited to the nuptials of Rohan Mehta and his bride Roshni, which are being held in the Italian city.

Mr Mehta is the only son of Yogesh Mehta, a millionaire who established the Petrochem empire in Dubai in 1995.

The three-day wedding began on Wednesday after guests from around the world jetted into Florence and were put up at some of the city’s best hotels. Today it is expected the marriage will be celebrated in All Saints Square, where there will be a procession by the groom.

 However, Italian media have reported that Florence City Council refused a request for him to arrive at the ceremony on an elephant due to health and safety fears.

Rohan Mehta, right, and his beautiful wife Roshini, right, continued their marathon three-day wedding celebration in FlorenceThe couple, pictured, got married in the Italian city of Florence in a ceremony estimated to have cost in the region of £14 million The wedding of Rohan Mehta to his new bride Roshni at a historic venue in Florence. Mr Mehta is the son of Indian millionaire Yogesh Mehta, who reportedly spent £14million on the ceremony Around 500 guests were invited to the three day ceremony in the Italian city and spent yesterday evening at a lavish party where they danced A circle was formed around the newlyweds at the party as everybody clapped while the wedding party entertained with a dance Guests wore traditional Indian dress, with the bride and groom taking centre stage in front of groom's father Yogesh Mehta (centre in blue)Today it is expected the marriage will be celebrated in All Saints Square, where there will be a procession led by the groom. Pictured are the couple at their party last night The groom's father Mr Mehta, also known as Yogi, posted on his Twitter account earlier in the week about the wedding calling the event a 'magical RORO wedding' The couple arrive for their party during their three day wedding. Italian media have reported that the groom wanted to arrive at one of the events by elephant but was told he was not allowed by Florence City Council  The bride Roshni mingles with friends at her wedding in Florence. She was born and raised in London and works in fashion The bride Roshni mingles with friends at her wedding in Florence. She was born and raised in London and works in fashion Many of the women at the wedding wore traditional Indian dress and also decorated their hands with traditional henna tattoos Many of the women at the wedding wore traditional Indian dress and also decorated their hands with traditional henna tattoos.The bride's hand was adorned with an intricate orange and brown design henna tattoo as well as a number of bracelets and her engagement ring The bride’s hand was adorned with an intricate orange and brown design henna tattoo as well as a number of bracelets and her engagement ring. RoshniRohanAfter the wedding, the couple are expected to settle in Dubai, where Rohan’s father’s business Petrochem is based

The groom gives his new wife a kiss on the head during their lavish wedding ceremony taking place over three days in Florence The groom gives his new wife a kiss on the head during their lavish wedding ceremony taking place over three days in Florence.
Earlier in the day, the bride emerged from a Florence hotel on the Arno River dressed in an intricate sari, while holding hands with several younger guests

Roshni smiles for the camera and holds hands with a younger girl as she makes her way from the hotel in Florence where she has been staying 

Roshni, pictured, was born and raised in London and owns a fashion business. Female guests at the wedding wore flowers in their hair as they made their way to the ceremony
Roshni, pictured, was born and raised in London and owns a fashion business. Female guests at the wedding wore flowers in their hair as they made their way to the ceremony

Three guests at the wedding snap a selfie on their mobile phone. Around 500 people were expected to have attended the nuptials 

Guests attending the wedding in Florence used the occasion to dress up in the finery, wearing brightly coloured traditional dress
Guests attending the wedding in Florence used the occasion to dress up in the finery, wearing brightly coloured traditional dress

Source: MailOnline

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