Kiara Advani ditches the traditional Red and White Chuda for a Pink one for her wedding, significance of this ceremonyBy: Debosmita Ghosh, Times Now Digital Feb 8, 2023

Kiara-Sid Wedding

Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra got married on February 07 at Suryagarh in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra shared pictures from their wedding ceremony on their respective Instagram pages. Credit: Instagram/kiaraaliaadvani

Kiara Advani’s wedding ensemble

Kiara Advani chose a soft rose pink coloured lehenga for her wedding, which was intricately embroidered with sequins and crystals. For her jewellery, Kiara wore a diamond necklace that complemented her wedding lehenga. Credit: Instagram/kiaraaliaadvani

Kiara Advani’s chuda

Kiara Advani ditched the traditional red and white chuda, instead, she opted for a pink and white one which matched the colour of her pastel lehenga. Credit: Instagram/kiaraaliaadvani

Chooda ceremony

The Chooda and Kalire ceremony is one of the important rituals that happen for the bride-to-be. Both of these rituals happen one after the other on the morning of the wedding. Credit: iStock

What is the Chooda?

The Chooda is one of the first among the 16 Shringars of the bride. Usually, chooda is a combination of red and white colours and they come in a set of 21 bangles. The number 21 is considered to be an auspicious number. The chuda is worn on the day of the wedding and it can’t be removed without a ceremony which is done by the bride's mother-in-law. Credit: iStock

Importance the chuda ceremony

The chooda is chosen

by the bride’s mama and mami (maternal uncle and aunt). The ceremony is performed by the Mama. Before the bride is made to wear the chuda, the bangles are first purified with milk and rose petals. Credit: iStock

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