Gaye holud is a service watched for the most part in the district of Bengal (embodying Bangladesh and Indian state of West Bengal). It is some piece of a fancy arrangement of festivals constituting the Bengali wedding. It begins from the Hindu wedding religious function where Lord Shiva and his spouse Sati were connected with Haldi to cool the couple and make them look considerably lovelier. Later received in the Indian subcontinent as a wedding custom and festival by distinctive groups (frequently called Haldi in the western Hindu groups), it proceeded in diverse religions down eras.
The gaye holud happens one or two days before the religious and lawful Bengali wedding services. The gaye holud may be a joint occasion for the lady and groom’s families, or it may comprise of divided occasions for the spouse’s family and the groom’s crew. Lady’s companions apply turmeric glue to her face and body, as a piece of the Gaye Holud service.
Separate occasions are held for the lady’s gaye holud, the groom’s family – short the lucky man himself – go in parade to the spouse’s home. They convey with them the spouse’s wedding outfit and adornments, wedding enrichments, for example, the turmeric glue (Bengali: হলুদ holud) and henna (Bengali: মেহেদি or মেন্দি mehedi/mendi), beauty care products, desserts and different blessings. They might additionally bring new fish dressed as a wedding couple, or treats shaped to look like fish. The parade customarily focuses on the spouse’s (more youthful) female relatives and companions, who generally dress in matching garments. The spouse, her actively present people, and all the visitors generally wear red, yellow, orange, or green dress. These days, different colors may be allowed for gaye holud visitors. The visitors then appreciate a blowout, including music, move and a few exhibitions.