A unique wedding in Bastar, Groom marries two brides

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A unique wedding in Bastar, Groom marries two brides
A unique wedding in Bastar, Groom marries two brides

OMG UPDATE : Dantewada The tribal Society of Bastar in Chhattisgarh has a unique marriage wherein a groom has been chosen by two brides and the people of the society have accepted it.

The unique wedding took place yesterday at Muchanar village in Barsur town of Bastar District, where groom Veerabal Nag took turns together with two young women, Susmani and Pratibha. The main point of the wedding was that after the willingness of the two young women, the whole society was confronted with the traditional customs of the Halwa society. The people and relatives of the society were also involved.

In fact, Munchar resident Veerabal and Karkot resident Yuvati Sumani first liked each other and both began living together but were not married to social customs. A few months later, Sumani returned to his maiden and refused to come back. Two years later, Veerabal, who persuaded Barsur Chali Mercury’s resident talent to marry, came to her house and stayed.

After a while, the two began preparing for the wedding. Meanwhile, Karkot returned to Sumani and wished to stay with the husband. The case reached the police station. As talks were held at the Barsur police station, the two young women showed willingness to adopt a single husband. The Heads of society also stickler over it and the two were married on Sunday by the customs of the Halwa society. The groom’s father, Channiram, cheered the son’s decision, saying that happiness in the house was peace, it could be a good thing and what could happen. Harilal Daigle, legal advisor to District Halwa Samaj, says this is such a unique case. Had never heard of such a marriage until now.