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After all these pre-wedding ceremonies of the matrimony, bride and groom get ready in their wedding attire for the main ceremony. Baraat that is the wedding procession of the groom reaches the brides venue. The groom is generally mounted on a horse or a horse-driven chariot. There is a lot of dancing in the procession. It is to express the elation of the grooms family. The baraat is received by the elders of the brides family. After that a small pooja is done to welcome the groom. This is followed by Jaimal. It is the exchange of garlands between the bride and the groom. This is followed by dinner for all the guests. A lot of delicacies constitute the lavish feast of north Indian weddings. After this comes bidaai or the taking away of the bride by the grooms family. This is an emotional ceremony as this means that now the girl belongs to the grooms family. All these ceremonies put together form the great north Indian weddings. The matrimony saga from across India is more or less the same in terms of the range of rituals and ceremoniesTwo Funny Comedies, Talladega Nights and Wedding Crashers, But Only One Is a Good Film
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