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Traditional rituals of Kayatha marriage
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Lagan Ceremony: Kayatha weddings begin with lagan. The bride and groom's families send lagan patrika invitations. Silver-covered coconuts, betel nuts, and gold-covered barley accompany the lagan patrika. The bride's family also gives the groom's family garments, chocolates, dry fruits, and fruits as ritual presents.
Bhat Nyotna: Kayatha weddings begin with bhat nyotna. The ceremony usually occurs a day or two before the wedding. The bride/groom's mother visits her parents' house to invite them to her daughter/son's wedding and give them blessings. Then, all maternal relatives receive invites.
Haldi Kutai: The groom's mother and other women execute this auspicious rite. In this rite, all the women wear chunri, nath, and tikka. The bride's family receives this haldi for ubtan.
Tilak Ceremony: The groom's residence hosts the bride's brother and other male relatives. The bride's family accepts the groom to marry their daughter through this procedure. They give the groom and his family silverware, garments, sweets, dried fruits, and jewelry. They provide the groom with the wedding attire.
Mandapchadan: On the wedding day, the groom's men set up a mandap in the home with a roof constructed of four bamboo pillars with banana stumps and mango leaves. Five married males of the household build the wooden harish in the mandap. The mandap will host all remaining rites till the wedding.
Haldi ceremony: The bride's mother applies haldi paste to the groom's face, hands, and feet. Family-married women do this. The bride's family performs the same ritual.
Imli-ghutna: The groom's maternal uncle and aunt conduct imli-ghutna. This ceremony wards off evil omens and warns the groom to avoid vices.
Paricchavan: Before the baraat leaves, the groom's mother conducts paricchavan. She performs aarti and blesses the groom with tilak.
Barat procession: The barat procession begins at a local temple. This procession includes all male family members and some ladies. Family and baraties begin the wedding procession.
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