It's said that, who wears them, walks over the floor.
As the end is approaching, tension increases in La Bayadère. The unexpected twists continue. Things get more and more unpredictable. And the scenes rush accelerated and lead to a climax: the great ceremony. Because, after the wedding, there won’t be a turning back. After the coronation, nothing will be the same. (Act III, scene I)
Dicen que, quien los lleva, anda dos palmos por encima del suelo.