Our wedding took place on May 15th, in front of family at the Hindu temple in Novi, Michigan.
Now we would like to celebrate our good fortune with friends, family, colleagues and all the people who have meant so much to us individually or as a couple through the years. Please join us on Saturday, October 8th for a dinner reception in Manhattan.
For those of you traveling from out of town, we'd like to provide some information you might find useful when you visit. Please check back as we will fill in more information.

The reception is being held at Junoon Restaurant, on 24th street in Manhattan (map). Address, timing and other details are on the invitation.br> If you are coming in on public transportation, is close to the 23rd street N/R subway stop or the 23rd street 1/2 subway stop, and is a healthy (but reasonable) walk from Penn Station (0.7 miles) or Grand Central Terminal (1.2 miles).

Please, don't bring gifts. We have been fortunate, blessed or lucky, and all we are looking for now is to eat, drink, dance and have a wonderful time.

We will provide some advice for out of towners on hotels.
Please check back. We will try to find a choice of hotels and provide some location and pricing information.
Or if you want to explore on your own, the restaurant is in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, on 24th near 6th avenue.

Things to Do / Places to Eat:
Again, for out of towners in particular, we will try to provide some advice on nearby places to eat, things to do etc if you are staying in Manhattan for the weekend.
Eataly: If you enjoy casual Italian food, stop in at Eataly, an indoor Italian market, where you can get a glass of wine and wander through aisles of pastas, sauces, breads and vegetables, stop at a cheese counter for a snack, then eat at one of many specialized restaurants.
Curry Hill: If you want excellent South Indian food, go to Lexington Avenue, from 26th street and further north, to choose from any of a half dozen or more excellent restaurants, including an outpost of Saravana Bhavan with a typicall huge menu of traditional South Indian options
Mad Square Eats: If you are in town early, through Friday October 7th food stalls will be serving a variety of interesting, sometimes unusual foods at in front of Madison Square Park (5th Avenua and 24th).
If you are more interested in killing a day shopping than in eating your way through Manhattan, Ann would like to point out that The flagship Macys is a short walk away, in Herald Square (34th and 6th Avenue).

For the First Time Visitors and True Tourists
Within a stones throw from the Flatiron District, you can find:
The Empire State Building (34th and 5th)
Madison Square Park (24th and 6th)
Bryant Square Park and the signature Public Library (41st and 5th)
One can always try one of the "hop on, hop off"
bus tours.