India is widely eminent for its diversity and rich culture. Some of the cultures are popular across the world while others still need to be explored. One such culture is that of Coorgi community and wedding rituals. The rituals of a typical Coorgi wedding are simple, fun, and devoid of presence of a priest, mantra chanting. Traditional Coorgi brides adorn a brocade saree on her wedding day. This is draped in Coorgi style. It is an Indian bridal sari passed down from generation to generation with the pleats running through the chest from behind. The end of pleats is then clipped with a traditional pin in the right collarbone. This is quite different from standard Indian saree in which the pleats or pallu runs through the shoulders. The ritual of passing on the bridal saree from one generation to the other is known to bring good luck and prosperity to the couple. The saree of Coorgi bride is paired with a veil that covers her head. During the wedding ceremony, the bride and groom are considered to be incarnations of a Hindu god and goddess namely; Aiyappa and Parvathi. Weddings in Coorgi can be referred to as traditions from another planet. The groom is supposed to claim a bride only once a member of his clan has killed mock banana trunk soldiers. Later on, the tradition is followed by an elaborate feast. The men and women of community get down to dancing to traditional tribal beats which haven't changed a bit since their inception.