There was no custom of any organised sect, and it was our personal type. We had been wearing Indian garments and had genda phools (marigold flowers) as a part of the ornament. Nice Punjabi songs being performed was the only real bit that introduced the ‘Indian-ness’ to the entire ceremony. It was largely Lucy’s doing, and the marriage was structured round concepts that she had for our union.”
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