The Buddhist community do not see marriage as a sacred institute as most other religions in India. It is a relationship representing the chord of faith between two individuals, their families, and beliefs. This is also the reason rituals are not abundant in this religion. Buddhist brides wear a dress made from brocade referred to as Bhaku. The dress closely resembles a sarong. The only difference here is that the dress is full length. The bride wears the sarong with a sleeved blouse, Hanju. Hanju is made from khichen, Chinese silk. A special coat and a scarf are also an integral part of bridal dress. Khau, unique jewellery made from huge precious and semi-precious stones is also worn by these brides on forehead and neck. Pearl, turquoise, and coral are the common stones used to prepare the jewellery. Gold bracelets, special shoes, and hat are a part of bridal garment. The marriage ceremony starts by setting up some flowers and candles in front of the shrine of Lord Buddha. This is where the young couple, their family, and guests collect for the ceremony. The boy and girl would recite the Tisarana, Pancasila and the Vandana. This is recited either in English or Pali. Thereafter, the groom and bride must light the candles and incense sticks and offer fresh flowers to the image of Buddha and around it. Thereafter, the recitation of vows takes place by the bride and groom. A grand feast is also thrown for family and guests.