A combo photo shows the bride donning the garland and the crown made of pani puris.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
We all know that girls love Gol Gappas, a popular, hallow crispy-fried puffed ball filled with potatoes, spices, onions, and chickpeas.
The ball is then dunked in a flavoured water, usually made of tamarind or mint, and the whole is popped into the mouth.
However, seeing a bride wearing ornaments made of ‘Gol Gappas’ takes her love for the food to the next level.
A video that is doing the rounds on social media shows the bride decked up in her wedding attire, wearing a crown and a garland made of Gol Gappas. The viral video has amused people.
The bride professed her love for Gol Gappas in a unique way on her special day.
Gol Gappa is also known as pani puri in India.
In an Instagram post shared by a make-up artist Arthi Balaji, a bride participates in a Hindu wedding ritual game and donning the garland and the crown made of pani puris.
“Many congratulations to my pretty bride Akshaya and my groom Abhishek 🎉🎉,” reads the caption.
The artist captioned the images and video, “Indian marriage games are truly a traditional and essential part of the Indian wedding extravaganza!.”
Since being posted a few days ago, the video till now has garnered nearly 4.9 million views – and still continues to get more 'hits'.
People have been reacting hilariously and have been re-sharing the video.
“@divine_girly gotta do this on ur wedding 😍” wrote an Instagram user.
Another wrote,“@rainbowyasmeen pani puri lover 😂😂.”
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