The groom came home in a procession to marry a disabled girl

Divyang bride Vandana and groom Mohan.
– Photo: LALITPUR

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Lalitpur. The hand of a blind girl from Madanpur City was held by a bricklayer from Ratanpur Village, Sagar District, Madhya Pradesh. The young man married the girl, but he has to bear the brunt of the burden. The bricklayer was kicked out of the house by his relatives at midnight. However, the father’s friends turned out to be allies of the groom. He married both of them from his own home. He performed all the rituals and filled his life with happiness.
Mohan Raikwar, a resident of Ratanpur village, works as a bricklayer in Mhow, Indore. Family members talked about his relationship in many places. In the meantime, Mohan Rampal, a friend of his father’s, found a resident of Madavan village in Sagar district. He told her the relationship of the blind Vrindana with both eyes in the city of Lalitpur in Madanpur. When he visited the girl and spoke to her and her family members, it turned out that no boy would marry her because he was disabled. This made Mohan emotional and decided to make the girl his life partner. When he went to his house and told the family about the decision to marry a blind girl, the family got angry with him and also stopped talking to him.
The family members returned the omen and threw the son out of the house at night, reached the village with a procession on the 15th.
When the girl’s family went to her home on July 10th to arrange the relationship, the family did not accept it. gave her back. Mohan assured the girl’s people that they were in a relationship. Mohan’s family put great pressure on him not to marry the girl, but he disagreed. They threw him out of the house on the night of July 10th at around 1am. Mohan then told his father’s friend the whole thing, then called him to his home in Madawan Village, Sagar District, and from there, after confirming the marriage, reached Madanpur, Lalitpur’s Lalitpur City on July 15th. There was a happy atmosphere in the whole village and everyone came together to see this wedding. When the groom came out sitting on the mare, he was also welcomed into the village. According to the entire custom, all the rituals of fruit donation, jaimala, seven rounds, kanyadaan were performed. A farewell ceremony followed on July 16, after which the procession led the bride back to Madavan village. Bridal Vandana is the only sister of three brothers.
Will have my wife’s eyes treated: Mohan
Groom Mohan Raikwar said he would cure Vandana, he would spend four to five lakh rupees or whatever on treating her eyes and be treated in a good hospital. He said that there are no problems with work, he knows everything to cook, to work, he will do anything, he has the privilege of marrying a disabled girl and becoming her support. He said that he has no one in his family except his wife. Mohan has two brothers and two sisters. His father died. There is a mother in the family. Sisters are married. The other brother lives separately.

The family and villagers send the bride away.– Photo: LALITPUR

Lalitpur. The hand of a blind girl from Madanpur City was held by a bricklayer from Ratanpur Village, Sagar District, Madhya Pradesh. The young man married the girl, but he has to bear the brunt of the burden. The bricklayer was kicked out of the house by his relatives at midnight. However, the father’s friends turned out to be allies of the groom. He married both of them from his own home. He performed all the rituals and filled his life with happiness.

Mohan Raikwar, a resident of Ratanpur village, works as a bricklayer in Mhow, Indore. Family members talked about his relationship in many places. In the meantime, Mohan Rampal, a friend of his father’s, found a resident of Madavan village in Sagar district. He told her the relationship of the blind Vrindana with both eyes in the city of Lalitpur in Madanpur. When he visited the girl and spoke to her and her family members, it turned out that no boy would marry her because he was disabled. This made Mohan emotional and decided to make the girl his life partner. When he went to his house and told the family about the decision to marry a blind girl, the family got angry with him and also stopped talking to him.

The family members returned the omen and threw the son out of the house at night, reached the village with a procession on the 15th.

When the girl’s family went to her home on July 10th to arrange the relationship, the family did not accept it. gave her back. Mohan assured the girl’s people that they were in a relationship. Mohan’s family put great pressure on him not to marry the girl, but he disagreed. They threw him out of the house on the night of July 10th at around 1am. Mohan then told his father’s friend the whole thing, then called him to his home in Madawan Village, Sagar District, and from there, after confirming the marriage, reached Madanpur, Lalitpur’s Lalitpur City on July 15th. There was a happy atmosphere in the whole village and everyone came together to see this wedding. When the groom came out sitting on the mare, he was also welcomed into the village. According to the entire custom, all the rituals of fruit donation, jaimala, seven rounds, kanyadaan were performed. Then the farewell ceremony took place on July 16, after which the procession led the bride back to the village of Madavan. Bridal Vandana is the only sister of three brothers.

Will have my wife’s eyes treated: Mohan

Groom Mohan Raikwar said he would cure Vandana, he would spend four to five lakh rupees or whatever on treating her eyes and be treated in a good hospital. He said that there are no problems with work, he knows everything to cook, to work, he will do anything, he has the privilege of marrying a disabled girl and becoming her support. He said that he has no one in his family except his wife. Mohan has two brothers and two sisters. His father died. There is a mother in the family. Sisters are married. The other brother lives separately.

The family and villagers send the bride away.

The family and villagers send the bride away.– Photo: LALITPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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