South Indian weddings are the epitome of Indian cultural heritage. Every ritual related to their wedding has a strong connection with the divine spirit. They have a unique tradition of carrying a bride by their maternal uncle in the basket.
It is viewed as that a south Indian lady of the hour is a manifestation of Goddess Lakshmi during the wedding rituals. Subsequently, they don’t let the lady step her feet on the ground during the Laxmi pooja or after that. When the time shows up for her presence at the Mandap, Maternal uncles convey her to the Mandap, and that is the place where she puts her feet outside.