Tradition of mock battles

by YunaWeddings7. January 2013 01:57

All over the world, there is a long tradition of mock battles to keep the groom away from the bride on their wedding day. For example, in Thailand, a groom often will find the entrance of the bride’s house roped off until he offers money to get through. In some nomadic tribes in Central Asia, a groom and his party would pursue his bride on horseback— as if she was riding away carrying a newly slaughtered lamb.

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Yuna is an Old World Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. (O.W.H.) group company, based in New Delhi.

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