Wedding stopped on account of lockdown, bride reached 80 km on foot, seven rounds for her

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Traditionally, the groom marries the bride's home with the band 'Baja Baaraat', however because of the lockdown attributable to the Corona epidemic, the 19-year-old bride determined to interrupt the custom when her marriage may very well be postponed. A police officer with full information of the incident stated that the bride went 80 km on foot from Kanpur to Kannauj to marry the groom earlier this week.

Goldie of Lakshman Tilak village of Dera Mangalpur block in Kanpur Dehat district was married to Virendra Kumar Rathore alias Veeru of Baisapur village of Talagram in Kannauj district. They had been to be married on May 4, which was postponed. <! –

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                 Goldie's endurance was answered when the lockdown interval elevated, and early this week she walked 80 kilometers on the morning to her husband's home. Goldie reached there by night.

Surprised by the sudden arrival of the bride, the groom's mother and father knowledgeable Goldie's father Gorelal, who was wandering round searching for his lacking daughter. Veeru's father tries to persuade the daughter-in-law to be affected person and wait till he arrives at her home with the 'Band Baaja Baaraat' and marries her son to her as per the customized, for his Return residence But Goldie was not within the temper to attend any longer and he or she persuaded her future husband and her members of the family.

After this, Veeru's mother and father organized for the wedding. The Pandit was referred to as, the bride and groom took seven rounds and the wedding was over. Superintendent of Police (SP) of Kannauj, Amarendra Singh, when requested about this marriage, stated, 'This is true. I’m conscious of this. '

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