The Parsees immigrated to India from Iran and settled in Gujarat. They hold their wedding ceremonies in the evening after sunset. Parsi wedding is called as a lagan in Guajarati. The Zoroastrian bride or the Parsi brides begin with the ritual bath before both the bride and groom begin to dress for the wedding. This is done as physical and spiritual purification ceremony of both the bride and groom before marriage. The bride and the groom pray after the bath and then dress for the occasion. A small ceremony takes place before they leave for the venue where the groom and bride are given a coconut and bouquet to hold. A tila (vermilion or kunkun) with rice is placed designed to be placed on the foreheads of the bride and groom. Long vertical tila; like a hat for the man and a round tila for the woman are placed on their forehead. The bride wears a white sari and blouse that is often intricately decorated. A part of the sari is used to cover the bride's head. Groom wears a fetah and thin white robe called dugli. The women and men are required to always cover their head during the religious ceremonies. They can uncover once the ceremonies are over. The gathering of all the relatives and family are called anjuman and they come to bless the newlyweds as well as witness the wedding ceremony. The wedding takes place at a hall on a raised platform. Hathavero, Ara antar, Achu michu, chero bandhavanu are some ceremonies that are a part of the Parsi wedding.