Ritvi Wedding Groom Sehra
Sehra is an integral part of the groom’s attire and is usually made of threadwork, pearls, beads, and sometimes even precious stones. The sehra is worn over the groom’s turban and hangs down over his face, covering it partially or completely. The Sehra is considered a symbol of honour, prosperity, and happiness. It holds cultural and religious significance in Hindu weddings. The covering of the groom’s face with the Sehra is believed to bring blessings and good luck to the groom as he embarks on this new journey of marriage. It is thought to protect him from any negative influences or evil spirits, ensuring a positive and auspicious start to his married life. The sehra is often tied by family members, which creates emotional bonds and moments of intimacy between the groom and his loved ones. It’s a time for family to come together and share in the joyous occasion. The Sehra is handmade with pearls and precious stones with intricate Dabka work.