Brides Traditionally

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Incarnadine - Red in Different Cultures and Traditions - Wedding Dresses
... In India, brides traditionally wear a red sari, called the sari of blood, offered by their father, signifying that his duties as a father are transferred to the new husband, and as a symbol of ... Once married, the bride will wear a sari with a red border, changing it to a white sari if her husband dies ... In Pakistan and India, brides traditionally also have their hands and feet painted red with henna by the family of their new spouse, to bring happiness and signify their new ...

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