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Ovi are wedding songs in Goa, India, sung during the pre-marriage ceremony known as Chuddo (ceremony during which bangles are worn by the bride) and Sado ceremony during which the red dress sado is stitched by a tailor.
- Daniel F. de Souza. "Goan Wedding Songs". Retrieved 2008-12-23.
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