Jaggo is a Punjabi Pre-wedding ceremony which incorporates singing and dancing in a superbly adorned wedding ceremony dwelling.

Jaggo means “get up”, it’s a pre-wedding ritual held at night time earlier than the marriage, when the kinfolk of the bride and groom dance and revel in to remain awake at night time.  The principle thought behind it’s to benefit from the wedding ceremony social gathering to the fullest by dancing and celebration.

Bride/Grooms maternal aunt (Mammi) carries the adorned copper vessel with diya over it and lit with mustard oil, on her head and different girls attempt to shake it with lengthy ornamental sticks with bells.

They sing Punjabi boliyan and dance to the fullest entire night time. The women go to different mates home and are welcomed by sweets. Its a loud ceremony stuffed with pleasure, dancing, firework and meals.