The panetar and gharchola form a significant aspect of the wedding ceremony ritual. The panetar sari can be a gift from the bride?s maternal uncle even though the gharchola sari will be the gift from her new in-laws. Historically, bride wore the panetar at the beginning of the wedding ceremony and then gharchola at the end of the wedding ceremony. Today, fairly for the bride to be to wear a gharchola chunni over her head and shoulder to symbolize her movement in one family to a different. The panetar is an unique silk sari or chenia choli with which has a white body and red border. The plain white person is woven in Gajji silk with linear stripes or checks in gold zari. There are tie dyed (bandhani) motifs usually yellow/gold or green to adorn the sari. When it appears the judge, in the matter of Family Court, isn't believing the HCPs case, they will switch gears and increase their emotional intensity. This is especially effective because HCPs quite often lose grip of the the important points are really so that they rely on emotions to have their case heard and believed. HCPs have developed noteworthy skills in this region in order that they will be more easily in a position to manipulate the presiding judge straight into believing their version with the events.