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The Jagoo ceremony takes place during late hours of the night with only the family and the immediate relatives being present. It can be performed on the same night, after the Sangeet but generally, it is done before the Sangeet. The bride's maternal relatives get together and prepare a copper vessel called gaffar decorated with diyas (lamps) made of atta (dough) and lit with mustard oil wicks. The vessel is decorated and put on the girl's mami's (maternal aunt) head. One of the ladies also carries a long stick with ghungroos tied on it and all go singing and dancing to all the relatives in the village. In cities, too, this custom is followed but since the distances are far, they are allowed to move in vehicles. In each house they visit, they are welcomed and they sing and perform the giddha (traditional dance). They are served tea and snacks and the visited family has to put some oil in the diyas as a custom.