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THE BRIDE LEFT THE WEDDING CEREMONY BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF THE GROOM

WEDDING CEREMONY

 

India is a country where anything can happen. There is no such thing as shame and shame and sometimes there are reports of such harsh and cruel traditions that people are surprised to hear about them.

This is the country where cow dung is worshiped as a cake and their dogs are also married to avoid the call of women, but if a girl gets married and the boy likes her. If it does not come, the bride also rises from the pavilion.

Such a strange event took place in Kanpur, India, where the bride refused to meet the bridegroom’s standards and went away from the wedding ceremony.

In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the bride for the first time seeing the face of the groom refused the marriage and got up from the ceremony. International media reports say that the incident took place in the area of ​​Sachindi in Kanpur, where under the Indian tradition, the bride and groom had to look at each other for the first time.

In the marriage, close relatives and friends of the two families were present and the family was well-behaved. The bride said that the bridegroom’s face is pale and his age is too high. The bride refused to marry as he did not meet the standard of beauty.

When the dispute arose, the police were called immediately to avoid any unpleasant incident. The police, hearing the seriousness of the matter, heard the bride stand by her, saying that she could not marry or force her to do so. The police negotiated with the elders of both families and informed them of the bride’s wishes, which the family tried to convince the bride to face but failed. The marriage was canceled on the refusal of the bride and the ceremony. Upcoming Expenses Both families decided to pay jointly with the consent.

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