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.
A bride from India, throwing all such advices out of her window, has done the unthinkable. The all-decked up bride not only does the push-ups at a salon but also shows her biceps.
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.
Members of a marriage party along with the groom were fined Rs200,000 (almost Dhs10,000) for dancing in an open roof Audi on a busy road in Muzaffarnagar.
The clip shows the groom, Ravikant Ahirwar, trying to garland his bride, Reena, with guests and relatives cheering them on.
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.