**After Haldi, we will play Holi, a color-throwing celebration on the beach. If you choose to participate, you may want to plan to change right after the ceremony.
The ceremony - Relatives apply turmeric mixed with oil, yogurt, and other herbs to the hands, face, and feet of the bride and the groom with durva/doob grass dipped in the mixture. This mixture is considered sacred as it nourishes the skin, removes dead skin cells and keeps disease and illnesses-causing germs away. And since a wedding is perhaps the most important event in a person's life, the bride and the groom are taken utmost care of. The Haldi applied to the bride and the groom ahead of the wedding ceremony keeps them healthy by guarding them against infections and germs. Moreover, it makes the skin glow naturally. Therefore, Haldi is generously applied before the wedding ceremony for nourishment and beautification purposes.