This is a pre-wedding ceremony that takes place one to two weeks before the wedding. It’s a get-together for both families. They gather to celebrate the bride and groom’s unity with enthusiastic dances, friendly songs, and cheerful conversations, all clinging to the fun sounds of the barrel-shaped drums of Dolls. Women can easily show off their dance moves in brightly colored comfortable salwar suits. At this small event, everyone gathers in a circle on the floor covered with floor coverings and cushions to sing a traditional Pakistani wedding march to the beat of a drag. The grandmother congratulates her groom and bride with her prayers and also sings some old songs at the drag faucet. The Dholak is basically an instrument that looks like a double-headed hand drum. One of the women plays the drag and the other women sing and applaud.
At a Pakistani wedding, the bride and groom’s family and friends get together and enjoy each other’s time. It’s a great way to reunite with family and old friends. The wedding ends with happiness, and there are memories to look back on for years to come.