There is a most incredible ladkiwale platinum package which has many important things for a bride.
Bindi is very important for women to fulfill their solah shringer. However, Without bindi a Hindu woman is incomplete. Women put on bindi to enhance their beauty in different ways. Putting a gorgeous bindi with a wedding dress makes any bride like a real princess.
without bridal bangles, the bride is totally incomplete. Moreover, Bridal chuda or bangles create an extra marvelous look for a bride. Brides are usually wearing glass or velvet bangles on their wedding day with their bridal traditional attire.
paranda is one kind of hair element for women. When women do a braid with their hair that the time paranda can be used with the end of the braid. Paranda helps to make a gorgeous appearance on a simple braid.
Sindoor ki dibbi(Box):
Sindoor box is for the bride or married women. On the wedding day, Sindoor is put on the bride’s head by the groom for the first time. Sindoor box is a little cute wedding gift for a bride.
Gharoli ka set:
is a big fancy bowl which is getting carried by the groom’s mama´s to fulfill a ceremony. This bowl comes with some support to carry it on their head since this is a ritual to be done.
A red thread known as Mauli or Kalava or Charadu is tied on the wrist by Hindu tradition before the beginning of welfare. However, The thread is tied on the right hand by Grooms and on the left hand by brides.
it’s one kind of henna leaf, consequently, paste to paint the groom’s hands for wedding tradition.
Pero ki patdi-
In addition, a wood plate to put the feet on while sitting for the ceremony around the holy fire. on the other hand, It kept under the groom’s feet
Pooja ki Thali –
A plate with spaces for all the ritual stuff that is needed for the ceremony. Check also Pooja ki samagri – one of our articles we offer
Kalires is worn by the bride’s wrists at the wedding. And golden or silver kalires are the most adorable accessories which are worn with bridal chuda. So that, wearing kalira is a tradition of Punjabi weddings.