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Also during a traditional Indian wedding ceremony, a scarf is placed around the bride and another scarf is wrapped around the groom. The two scarves are then knotted together as a symbol of the bride and groom's eternal bond and their pledge to be faithful to each other.
During the wedding ceremony, the father of the bride takes his daughter's hand and places it in the groom's hand. The father of the bride requests that the groom accept his daughter as an equal partner. The bride and the groom are symbols of goddess Lamxi and Lord Narayana to which the parents of the couple are facilitating the union of the two.
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