The haldi ceremony marks the beginning of the wedding rituals and is one of the most important wedding rituals after Tilak. The ceremony is held on the morning of the wedding day at the residence of both the groom and bride respectively. In a few cultures, this ceremony is also held a day before the wedding, after the mehendi ritual. Traditionally, people make a paste using haldi and different ingredients according to their individual family traditions. A paste prepared with haldi, curd, sandalwood, gram flour primarily, is rubbed onto the bride’s and groom’s skin before a ceremonial bath. This paste is then applied to the bride and the groom’s face, neck, hands, and feet, by their near and dear ones.
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