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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Palanquin or Doli

In ancient times women from high class or royal families did not travel in public. They used a Palki, or Palanquin. It is now mainly widely for carrying brides, and is called a Doli. It is a North Indian custom.

Palanquin or Palki

Portraits of two of the men carrying the Doli.

Men carrying Palki

You might also like to see a Rajasthani Bridegroom on horse, a custom common in that part of India.
More posts about people from Rajasthan: Old Rajasthani lady
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