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He pours ki Tiki Ti (boiling) water into the pot and allows it to cool overnight.As I entered Gulgule’s home, a ghamgham aroma of freshly prepared coffee welcomed me.This is all to get into a great shape, before the marriage.” I thought “All this will be short lived.She will be back to her normal gulguli (plumpy) shape within a month after marriage.” But then, it is called a sign of progress, happiness, and prosperity.She likes to go peppe (outing), loves to watch memme (fish) in the pond, gaayi (cow) feeding nunnu (milk) to buchchi (calf), kaakkamam (crow) picking the food spilled on the deck and then go burraa (flying away), kokoko (chicken) following its mom, bowbow (dog) wagging its baala (tail), meowmeow (cat) drinking milk and then sounding purrpurr.
Children are fascinated to see large animals like elephants, whale, or a jugjug train.The loud cherencheren and paranparan talking by the guests was competing with the welcome band’s dhamdham (drumbeats).I could hear a lot of ‘vhai-vhai’ ‘nhai-nhai’ and ‘na-na’ in the conversations.Photographer focused on all events very well and was busy doing chikupuku with his flash. In the kitchen, helpers were busy barbari (liberally) cutting vegetables into desired pieces.
At the final stage, the pha Tpha T sound of mustard seasoning and the rising aroma welcomed everyone to the dining hall.I am sure she and the groom were much exited and their hearts were beating Dhada Dhada.