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From Mom-in-law to Daughter-in-law with love

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Gharcholas Traditionally sought and culturally rich, Gharcholas ( sarees / odhanies) are a way of welcoming the new bride
into the groom’s home – with respect and affection. Groom’s mother gifts a Gharchola – traditional grid-patterned
, UN stitched length of embellished fabric – to the bride. The daughter-in-law drapes it over her head –
as a way of her mother-in-law’s aashirwaad (blessing) – at the time of wedding rituals.

The draping of Odhani / Dupatta on the shoulders and head of a girl is also symbolic of the promise that
comes with the Indian marriage – the promise that post marriage the groom and his family would take care
of the bride – in every way. With this profound gesture, the mom-in-law takes the new bride under her wings!

Here ‘Ghar’ refers to the bride’s new home, her husband’s home. And, ‘Chola’ contextually means her wedding costume. The new bride enters her marital home wearing a Gharchola on her head and shoulders – implying she comes with everyone’s blessings and good wishes.

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