New Delhi (Agencies): Yamini Roy, Bengali bride of BJP MP Varun Gandhi, is all set to inherit the legacy of Nehru-Gandhi family as she will don Indira Gandhi’s pink and gold brocade Benarasi sari during her marriage ceremony on March 6. It was gift from the late Prime Minister to her daughter-in-law, Maneka, when she married her younger son Sanjay.

According to the report published in English daily, Yamini will be clad in a 100-year-old Benarasi, woven in orange and gold, that belonged to Varun's great grandmother, Kamala Nehru on the occasion of grand reception in the Capital on March 8. She will also wear mostly heirloom jewellery from both sides of the family.

Varun, himself will wear a dhoti and kurta, in white and gold, for the simple but traditional Hindu wedding ceremony at the Kanchi Shankarachaya's temple on Hanuman Ghat in Varanasi. The Shankaracharya himself will preside over the wedding ceremony that will take place in the morning. Thereafter, the couple -- along with their close family members -- will return to Delhi by a private aircraft.

For his reception here, Varun will wear a traditional churidar and achkan teamed up with old polki buttons.

Since both Varun and Maneka are BJP MPs from Uttar Pradesh's Pilibhit and Aonla, respectively, it was decided that the wedding will be held in the state. Except for a handful of relatives, the erstwhile "Rajas" of princely states, which are now part of UP, will grace the occasion. The "Rajas" of Kashi, Bansi, Padrauna, Bijnaur, Mankapur, Bhinga and Ayodhya, who now represent different political parties in the state, will attend the function.

Varun will celebrate his 31st birthday in company of the young couple's friends on March 13. Subsequently, there could be a function in Lucknow or Bareilly for the UP MP and his young graphic designer wife on March 15.

The couple will also visit Yamini's ancestral house in Kolkata to seek the blessings of the family deity and relatives.

At the couple's Delhi reception for a select 1,200 people, Puneet Sikand has designed a pan-Indian menu. The fare includes some of the choicest vegetarian dishes from Kashmir, Bengal, Awadh (UP), Rajasthan, Punjab, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka.

Sumant Jaikishen will do the decor for the evening.

In April, the couple will take a two-week break to honeymoon in the scenic Amalfi coast in southern Italy.