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Pakistani Bridal Dress Images

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In Pakistan the traditional wedding ceremony is celebrated by wearing different clothes in each wedding event. In Mehndi function, Men wear Embroided Kurta in glittering colors with simple Shalwar, Patiala Shalwar or Patiala Dhoti and a colorful Shawl which they put on their shoulders and sometimes round the neck. In some weddings, dress code is decided before the ceremony and all men wear the same color. women usually wear yellow or orange Shalwar Kameez with simple Shalwar, Patiala Shalwar or Dhoti Shalwar Yellow Dupatta and Yellow Paranda is also preferred with it.
 
Pakistani wedding customs can be quite varied depending on the ethnic and geographical origins of the bride and groom. Some of these customs are listed below

Dastar Bandi or the "Wearing of the turban" is a ceremony which is performed in parts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ceremony marks the start of manhood for the groom. Elder men in the groom's family place a turban on his head and formally include him in the 'circle of men'.


Doodh Pilai is a ceremony which is prevalent in many Pakistani weddings. On the actual wedding day, sisters, cousins or friends of the bride will bring milk for the groom. After he drinks the milk, he is supposed to present them with money and presents.


Maklava is a predominantly Punjabi custom. Traditionally, the marriages were arranged and often contracted between people from different cities and villages. This often meant that the bride was unfamiliar with her new family. To ease her into the new life and surroundings, she was brought back to her parents' house a few days after the wedding. She then spent some time at her parents' house before heading back to her new husband's home. This practice is still prevalent in most rural areas of the Punjab.


Chauthi or the fourth day after the wedding the brides parents host a dinner for the immediate family members of the groom, often this is marked with playful traditions like hiding the shoes of the groom and a lavish feast.


Guthna Pakrai is a Punjabi custom in which the younger brother of the bridegroom hold the knee of the bride and don't let go until some acceptable monetary gift is given to him.
 
Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images
 Pakistani Bridal Dress Images

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