Tuesday, October 14, 2008

2. Potti Dumbchiduva

(not potty, fool)

Packing the bride's trousseau in boxes.
After the people depart, it is time to pack the bride's trousseau. Members of her family gather in the 'nellaki nadu baade' and fill the boxes with her trousseau, which may include vessels (thank you, Prestige, for “Kitchen In A Box”), money (ha! Okay, maybe some Monopoly currency), jewelry and clothes. (Bride being prone to worry ulcers and finicky about getting things done ahead of time, this step will be done many days before the wedding day!)

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