Iran Zoroastrians, marrying, other rites existed. The groom was required to be in a separate room until then, until you accomplished the marriage ceremony. In Iezde only men could attend the wedding ceremony. The bride, her mother and her friends are nearby and just listen to what's going on. When going to the representatives of the families of the bride and groom, invited a minister of religion. To his right sat the bride's father and her relatives, left - the groom and his relatives. Then the priest turned to marry prayer-congratulations. This prayer was said in the dialect of Dari. After the ceremony, relatives exchanged sweets, gifts, fun, and after a ceremony the bride, dressed from head to toe in green silk, was withdrawn in the house of the groom.
A Best of Fence, The First Nine Years, Volume II
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