|The groom Barukh and the bride Khanna, two |
separate portraits joined (c 1870)
|The wedding of Barukh and Khanna, circa 1870. The bride and|
groom are beneath a tallit serving as the chuppa (canopy).
Channa is the tiny figure under a "burqua," according to the
original caption. The man in the center is extending a cup of wine
as part of the ceremony -- sheva brachot, according to the
caption. The two mothers, wearing turbans, are on the sides
of the bride and groom.