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Weddings are pivotal events brimming with laughter, music, and festivities. In India, we have numerous ceremonies and customs for weddings across locales and various religions. Anyway, one modest and fragrant zest, “Turmeric,” has been embraced and acknowledged by all as a promising and essential component in wedding festivities.
Turmeric, with its therapeutic properties, isn’t simply accepted to purge the skin and carry a wedding gleam to the couple but, at the same time, is taken to avoid the hostile stare. Practically all weddings start with a service where ceremonial showers are given to the bride and groom by a paste prevalently made of turmeric is applied with a request for favorable luck and satisfaction in their fresh starts.
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The Hindus call it Haldi, the Muslims Maanjha, Vatna by the Sikhs, the Jains have the Bana Betai, and the Marwari call it Pitthi Dastoor, a few Christians in North perform Haldaat, The Telugus call it Mangala Snanam, Headbukki and Saanth names given by Sindhis.