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Aarsi Mushaf Dikhana () is a ritual of “showing of the face” after the nikah ceremony.
A green embroidered shawl is generally held over the couple's head and they are made to see each other in the mirror and the bride unveils her face that she keeps hidden during the nikah.
Hosting the marriage ceremony differs among different cultures.
Following the first visit, both the man and woman have their say in whether or not they would like a follow up to this visit.
A prayer (Dua) and blessings are then recited for the couple, and the wedding date is decided.
Arranged and semi-arranged marriages in Pakistan often take long periods of time to finalize.
Up to a year or more can elapse from the day of engagement until the wedding day.
Wedding customs and celebrations also differ significantly depending on ethnic background and religion.
However, a typical Pakistani wedding has at least three main customs: Rasm-e-Henna, Nikah and Walima.) is a ceremony that is named after henna, a dye prepared from the Lawsonia inermis plant which is mixed into a paste form to apply onto the hands of the bride and groom.