The bengali marriage rituals conclude with the groom smearing vermillion or sindoor on the hair parting of the bride. The groom may use a kunke or rice measuring utensil, a darpan or mirror, a coin or a finger ring for the purpose – it depends on his family customs.
Holding a Kunke with sindoor in hand a groom smears sindur on the forehead of his better half. This moment is the most memorable time for both the husband and wife. One of the most photographed rituals in a Bengali wedding.
Kunke is an Indian traditional pot, farmers used it to measure seeds. Kunke is also used in Bengali marriage rituals and also for Lokkhi Puja as the Lokkhi Jhapi. You can fill it with paddy and keep it beside maa lokkhi for her eternal blessings.
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