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      hey everyone,

      here are some ideas for doodh pilai glasses. My daughter made them for her cousin's wedding...


















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      o preeetyyyyy

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      Very nice! Your daughter seems highly talented.
      "We can change the world through our children. May we never break the strong spirits of our daughters. May we teach our sons to become loving and nurturing men. In so doing, we hold the key to universal peace, unlock the door!"

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      thanks guys....
      will upload some more new pics soon...


      -mama g's daughter...

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      great work this is what i made for mine....



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      hey its beautiful.....mashAllah,,,,,specially the white colour....and the sequins...its very beautiful....

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      mama g, silsila... MashAllah...those are gorgeous!!! I was hoping you guys could answer 2 questions for me...
      1. what is a doodh pilai? I mean, i know its drinking milk but is it some sort of rasm? I'm getting married this summer and I dont know ANY of the rasms at all. and ...

      2. How were the glasses made? I would love to make my own as well. Was it just regular glue or what?

      Thanks

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      Nice ideas about the glasses.

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      Doodh pilai is a rasam the girl's side do. Normally the sister or the girl cousins of the bride will feed the groom milk but he has to pay them first.

      Another rasam from the girl's side is hiding the groom's shoes and basically selling them back to him at a price.

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      Very nice, silsila! How did you make yours? Did you stick crystals on the glass?

      ssbaig, the groom is give a glass of milk to drink on the baarat/ rukhsati day and this tradition is called the "doodh pillai". The milk is brought out in a fancy glass and money is demanded for it. Mostly it is done by the girl's sisters/female cousins/aunts before the rukhsaati but can also be done by the bride's brother.

      It is a game, like the kheer thing some families have or the shoe stealing (joota chupai) or way blocking (darwaza pakrai/chunni tanna) thing. As a matter of fact, both can be combined and the groom should be given the milk right after he hands out the money for the shoe. The money can be in any price range but mostly a very high price is demanded and the groom's side keeps bargaining till it reaches an acceptable level maybe. Rs. 10,000 and the final amount is then divided among those who took part in the rasam.

      Any glass can be used for the rasam but prettily decorated ones are vogue now and people decorate them according to the bride's dress colours. I think UHU glue will do the trick but I let people who have actually made some answer that one.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Silsila View Post
      great work this is what i made for mine....

      when did u get marry?

      lovely glass in lovely hands
      " ایمان، اتحاد، تنظیم "

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      hi ssbaig,

      thanks for the compliments...well..i made those glasses using glue gun and for the base of the green glass, i used white glue....as for the sequins and all...most of them are laces sticked with the gluegun and glitter glues....and the writing of the names in the middle of the maroon glass ws by the glass paint outliner..they were meant to be the same colour as my cousin's wedding lehnga....
      i hope tht ws helpful...

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      can some one post some nice pic of dood pilai glass

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      my daughter made this glass.....inshallah i will post some more pics my daughter made the glasses on her cousins weddings .



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      I remember Silsila's glass was quite nice..

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      Puff jee that is beautiful. I will try to find the doodh pilai glass in my house. I don't know where I kept it. If I find it I will take a picture of it and post it.
      Why this Kolaveri Di?

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      There are a few ideas here as well:

      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/wedding/2...different.html
      "We can change the world through our children. May we never break the strong spirits of our daughters. May we teach our sons to become loving and nurturing men. In so doing, we hold the key to universal peace, unlock the door!"

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