Sunday, November 28, 2010

Rukhsati

Rukhsati takes place, when the groom and his family leave together with the bride. The Qur'an is normally held over the brides head as she walks from the stage to the exit in order to bless her. This is a somber occasion for the bride's parents as it marks the departure of their daughter from their home. The departure of the bride becomes a very emotional scene as she says farewell to the home of her parents and siblings to start a new married life.

29 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing such wonderful pictures of a special occasion.

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  2. Ganda naman ng wedding ceremony dyan sis..
    Spice Up Your Life with some yellows.

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  3. Such an elegant affair. I love weddings. They are so emotional. May God richly bless their union.

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  4. The bride's and groom's costumes are very beautiful :)
    I haven't yet posted mine...

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  5. Great shots and thanks for your comment :-)

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  6. It must be emotional indeed but a great celebration nonetheless.

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  7. Nice photos and thanks for yor comment.

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  8. The attire is so ornate and beautiful.

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  9. it is so nice to preserve the culture and traditions of one country.

    happy MyM
    Lifemoto MYM

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  10. Wonderful shots and a wonderful blog! I'll be back again soon!

    Lola:)

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  11. What a wonderful share...love learning about the culture of your country!!

    My RT Link

    Hope you can stop by for a visit!

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  12. Very pretty shots of the ceremony, I hope the couple will be very happy together.

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  13. Thanks for sharing this info :)

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  14. The traditional costumes are so lovely!

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  15. The bride is so pretty and beautiful traditional costumes.Thanks for the information about Pakistani wedding.

    Have a nice day always.

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  16. It really is beautiful. Here's to a long happy live together!

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  17. I left a comment but not sure it went to you.

    Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.
    xo bj

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  18. Thank you for sharing the tradition of this meaningful ceremony.

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  19. Great photos from a very special day ;-)

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  20. looks like very colourful wedding, beautiful!

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  21. IN PRAISE OF YELLOW

    Of all the colors under the sun
    Yellow is the mellowest one.
    Its hues are varied, if truth be told—
    Cream and amber, and even gold.
    Saffron’s considered a yellow hue,
    So are lemon and bisque—buff too!
    One mustn’t forget the lion’s mane—
    Tawny and blond like Penny Lane.
    And when full moons glow golden at night
    They cast on earth a xanthic light.
    Of all the colors under the sun,
    Yellow, my friend, is the most fun!


    © 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Yellow Leaf

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