The later proceed to the girl's home with a band leading the way, the groom is left behind.
They celebrate together and then return home except the groom's father and some relatives.
Traditionally Nepalese marriages are arranged, a deal between two sets of parent.
In some cases the boy and his family will come to visit the girl and her family where they strike a deal.
A large crowd joins in the eating and having a good time.
The father of a boy will find a suitable bride and consults an astrologer to find out if they are a good match.
Negotiations take place through an appointed mediator between the two families.
Many marriage customs in Nepal are strongly based upon Buddhist and Hindu traditions.
In the past child marriage along with polygamy was widely accepted and preferred.