The sisters and the grooms pose for a photograph.
Gulf Today Report
Two sisters married the wrong groom in India due to a power cut at a wedding ceremony held in Aslana village in India's Madhya Pradesh state, where a the power cut caused much chaos in the proceedings.
Because of the confusion in the ceremony, the priest continued the rituals, but he confused the couple by mistake.
According to the father of the two brides, the priest made the mistake by marrying each girl to the wrong man, because they were wearing a similar red dress with the same headdress, according to the local media.
It is a tradition in India that men have to wear a veil of flowers during the wedding.
Despite the fact that mistake was later corrected, it shed the light on repeated and common blackouts in India due to the increasing demand for energy, as a result of the rising temperature.
It is worth noting that temperatures in northern India rose to 47°C, and neighbouring Pakistan suffered its hottest March in 61 years.
Recently, the father of a bride took revenge on his daughter's groom for being late for the wedding by marrying her to one of his invited relatives.
According to local media, it was agreed between the families to complete the wedding rituals in the city of Buldana at four o'clock in the evening.
On the day, the bride and her family waited for the groom to arrive at the ceremony, but he was delayed for hours. He did not arrive until 8 pm.
According to the media, the groom and his friends drank so much that they were late to show up on time, and as soon as they entered the wedding hall, they started dancing and fighting.
Faced with this situation, the father of the bride decided to take revenge on the groom, and did not complete the marriage.
The father suggested to one of his relatives who were invited to his daughter's wedding party to marry her. The man accepted the offer, and indeed the ceremony was completed with the new groom.
According to local media, the bride's father justified his behavior, saying, "The wedding was supposed to be on April 22, and the groom was busy drinking and dancing.
The wedding time was 4pm but they arrived at the venue at 8pm. So I married my daughter to one of my relatives.”
He later said no family would wants to marry their daughters to drunkards.
The people of the village marry someone who was born dead to another person who also died at the time of birth. By doing this they believe that they are honouring the spirit of the dead.
The clip shows the groom, Ravikant Ahirwar, trying to garland his bride, Reena, with guests and relatives cheering them on.
After exchanging garlands and other ceremonies, the couple was preparing for the final ceremony of 'pheras' when Surabhi suddenly fell unconscious beside Manjesh Kumar, the groom. A doctor was called in who declared her dead, saying she suffered a major cardiac arrest.
According to local media reports, one Arjun Singh had fixed his daughter Archana's marriage with a man named Shivam. When the ‘baraat’ (marriage procession) arrived at the bride’s house on June 20, the groom was wearing spectacles all the time.
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