Pic 1: thumbs up from the groom, time to let the fun begin!
Pic 2: the setup for the nelengu
Pic 3: Nikhil during the nelengu
Pic 4: we sacrificed his brother also!
Pic 5: Yas, Nik owes you big time for doing this with him!
Part 6: Nik's paternal aunt bringing him in to his nelengu
Part 7: my Sheni puwa, Nik's mom applying turmeric paste on him
Pic 8: me doing the ritual for the boys
Pic 9: a well cleansed groom-to-be!
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In a Hindu wedding you see so many different traditions.
One such tradition is that of Baraat. The Groom is led to the marriage venue in a procession known as the Baraat.
The use of a Ghodi, or white horse, as transport for the Groom to the wedding venue is a common part of Indian tradition.