Barujibi is a Bengali Hindu caste. Traditionally, their occupation is the cultivation and trade of betel. In today's time, the educated young class is making career in literally every industry. Marriage in the community is typical Bengali wedding. It comprises of a number of colourful rituals.One of the significant ceremonies of Barujibi matrimony is blowing of the conch shell and ululation by the women at the wedding venue. The wedding rituals start with Ashirbaad ceremony when the elders of the groom's side go to bless the bride and vice versa. They are sprinkled husked rice and trefoil on their heads and presented gold ornaments. Then an Aai Budo Bhaat (bachelorette party) is thrown by the bride's relatives or friends. Holud Kota ceremony is undertaken by 5 or 7 married women who grind turmeric with mortar and pestle and anoint the bride with the paste. Dodhi Mongol is performed at dawn on the day of marriage when seven married ladies adorn the bride's hands with traditional bangles. These are known as Shakha and Paula, a pair of red and one pair of white bangles. She is fed with curd and rice. Bor Boron is a ceremony for welcoming groom by his mother-in-law. Potto Bastra is where groom is offered new clothes by a boy from girl's family. For Saat Paak, the bride is seated on a low wooden stool by her brothers and is taken round the groom. They complete 7 circles. Mala Badal is exchanging of garlands by the bride and the groom. Subho Dristi is where the bride and the groom are made to look at each other in the presence of relatives. Sampradan, Yagna , Saat Paak, Anjali, Sindoor Daan and Ghomta, Bidaay, Kaal Ratri, Bou Bhaat & Bodhu Boron, and Phool Shojja are other ceremonies for Barujibi wedding.