The Chennai Super Kings' player and IPL sensation Chahar shared the good news by posting his first wedding photo on his Instagram account with a heartfelt note for Jaya.
In the video one of the reporters also spoke to the owner of the wedding hall, who said, we have to mend relationships. We invite people and God willing, we'll help them." But this is not the real deal. The deal is that the offer is valid only for those who fulfil a certain condition: a man's first wife has to visit the hall and make the booking herself for her husband's second wedding.
India's weddings are famously lavish -- lasting days and with hundreds if not thousands of guests -- but this season many families are cutting costs even if it risks their social standing.
In a seven-page protocol, Monsignor Broderick Pabilio, the Manila auxiliary bishop, announced they would accept "only simple wedding" with no bridesmaids and a limited number of guests.
People have begun turning to this unconventional union at a notary in Santa Cruz, a neighbourhood on the western outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, since the COVID-19 disease caused by the virus started battering Brazil. On Thursday alone, 15 couples were married at its drive-thru.
In Indian-controlled Kashmir, the coronavirus pandemic within months has changed an elaborate and lavish marriage tradition that had remained virtually unaltered for centuries.
When Argentine couple Diego Aspitia and Sofia Cuggino got engaged to be married a year ago, they set a date in March, but like countless others across the globe, their wedding fell victim to the coronavirus lockdown.
Salar Chomany, 34, has traversed the remote region’s dramatic ridges and valleys for 12 years and turned his passion into his profession, working as a guide for energy companies exploring the region near the Iranian border.
Thousands of women are abducted and forced to marry each year in the former Soviet republic in Central Asia, where the practice was outlawed in 2013 but is still seen as a cultural tradition by many, according to human rights groups.