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At a Kashmiri Pandit wedding in New Delhi, the priest holds a small mirror in front of the couple to enable the bride and groom to see each others reflection. This practice originally evolved to help the new couple overcome their nervousness, having been introduced for the first time just before the wedding. November 2008

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At a Kashmiri Pandit wedding in New Delhi, the priest holds a small mirror in front of the couple to enable the bride and groom to see each others reflection. This practice originally evolved  to help the new couple overcome their nervousness, having been introduced for the first time just before the wedding. November 2008