On the following day, the bridegroom conducts the bride to her pandal.
On arrival, he is made to stand under the pandal which has been erected.
A few hours later, the bridegroom takes his seat in the pandal, whither the bride is brought in the arms of her maternal uncle.
At the homes of the bride and bridegroom, a pandal (booth) and dais are erected.
The women who have carried the lamp, etc., return to the room, and escort the girl to the pandal.
The milk-post of the pandal is made of milk-hedge (Euphorbia Tirucalli).
The proceedings terminate by the two going with linked hands three times round the pandal.
On the first day, a shed or pandal is erected in the front yard.
The girls are covered with new cloths of cotton or silk, and brought into the pandal, and seated screened off from one another.
They are then seated before a lamp and a heap of rice in a pandal (booth).