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It is important to think about the questions you may wish to ask us for sure. In this section I will try and deal with some of the very frequent questions I am asked.


Can we come and see you performing your role at someone's event?

​​​​The gift of inviting a prospective invitee to another's event falls upon the parents at each event, not the preacher. Personally, I also don't think it is right way. Those that feel this request is acceptable are free to pursue that with others. I would rather people research my achievements and ability in a humble way.

​​Do you have a DVD we can see of you performing your role?

In terms of events recordings are kind of personal. It is not right for me to ask couples for recordings. I mean, it is understandable. ecordings are often private and costly.  Prayer is about hope and love.


Do you conduct silent weddings?


Peaceful weddings aren't new phenomena. They are possible but in order to do this all the factors that affect peace must be considered and everything must be done to ensure a serene environment.


What are your views on provisional bookings?

No thank you. Would you place a date in your diary that is not confirmed, Placing a date is a tremendous commitment because it means we aren't available to others and family on invited dates.

Do you provide your own music?


There are preachers who recommend their own family members or others to provide ceremony music. The ethivs of this is questionable. I do not because I do not have those links and I believe you should have a choice between live singers, live instrumental and DJ controlled music. Some view priest and wedding music packages as more professional as they say everything is timed; others view timed operations as too systematic. Whoever you select for muusic and their  professionalism and behaviour impacts .  in many ways

Do you colour co-ordinate your outfits with our decor?


No. As a free soul, I choose what I wear kurta wise on the day.


Can you share with us what you are going to say in detail during the ceremony in detail?


Have faith. Be humble.


​Do you say anything during a ceremony which is gender specific?


I vet my words carefully so that I can be gender neutral. I also try and avoid disrespecting other faiths or minorities.


What is the process of inviting you?

Pretty simple really. Call to see if I am free, we can have a brief discussion, Happy to meet during the day but only with covid specific precautions in place. Please don't ask to meet with extended numbers. This often confuses matters with competing demands. Finally, an invitation. An invitation is the most of humblest of things. If your expectations are crazy high or you are judgmental or comparing me then our ethics won't match. My first and only requirement is trust and humility.

Multiple meetings, I do not have the capacity for, or meetings with many people (zoom included) confuse matters and a preacher should never be used to act as a go between two different families. 

Please note weekend time is premium, therefore meetings may take place during the day only and on weekdays. No meeting will take place late evenings. Finally, a wedding is a free flowing natural event, and that's how our forefathers visualised prayer. And for good reason.

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