Gaye Holud is a pre-wedding ceremony in Bengali culture where the bride and groom are adorned with turmeric paste. The Gaye Holud stage, therefore, refers to the decorated area or platform where the ceremony takes place. The stage is often decorated with colorful fabrics, flowers, and lights, and is an important part of the ceremony as it is where the bride and groom sit together, surrounded by their loved ones, as they are adorned with the turmeric paste. The design and decoration of the Gaye Holud stage can vary depending on the specific traditions and preferences of the families involved, but it typically features bright, joyful colors and elements that celebrate the couple’s upcoming wedding.
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