Waited four years to grow up … now married

People attending the wedding.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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The girl who grew up in the orphanage married a young man from Aligarh.
She was 15 years old when she decided to marry a young man.

Bareilly. Growing up in an Arya Samaj orphanage, Anjali’s dream finally came true. On Sunday he completed seven rounds with Dipendra, a bank clerk from Aligarh. Anjali and Deependra had decided to get married four years ago, but Anjali was only 15 at the time. The orphanage management had set a condition for both of them to wait four years with reluctance, which both fulfilled. Sita’s kitchen organization arranged the marriage of the two, to which the former Union Minister Santosh Gangwar and the MLA of the city Dr. Arun came as guests.
Anjali was found in 2011 by the GRP at the city station. He was only eight years old then. During interrogation, it was found that he had no parents and had nowhere else to live. After that, GRP sent him to the Arya Samaj orphanage. After that Anjali studied up to the fifth grade in the elementary school of the orphanage. He was sent to Gurukul in Aligarh for further studies. According to the orphanage management, Anjali met her friend Dipendra’s cousin at the age of 14. After a while, both of them told the Gurukul management that they wanted to get married.
When this matter came to the attention of the orphanage administration, the manager Harshvardhan asked them both to wait until Anjali had reached adulthood before marrying. Both agreed. Anjali, who is over 18 years old, is now studying LLB. Deependra himself works for a private bank in Aligarh. The couple recently returned to Bareilly and asked the orphanage management for permission to marry, after which the date of their marriage was only confirmed last month.
The two married in a banquet hall on Sunday. The wedding was arranged by Sita’s kitchen organization. Four learned pandits from Arya Samaj performed the wedding. Social worker Vijay Batla and his wife donated the girl. Harsh Vardhan, the director of the orphanage, said that before allowing the marriage, he also went to Aligarh to inquire about the boy’s work and family. He did not give permission to marry until everything was right. Sanjay Anand from Punjabi Mahasabha, Raja Chawla and SP leader Rajesh Agarwal were also witnesses to this wedding.

The girl who grew up in the orphanage married a young man from Aligarh.

She was 15 years old when she decided to marry a young man.

Bareilly. Growing up in an Arya Samaj orphanage, Anjali’s dream finally came true. On Sunday he completed seven rounds with Dipendra, a bank clerk from Aligarh. Anjali and Deependra had decided to get married four years ago, but Anjali was only 15 at the time. The orphanage management had set a condition for both of them to wait four years with reluctance, which both fulfilled. Sita’s kitchen organization arranged the marriage of the two, to which the former Union Minister Santosh Gangwar and the MLA of the city Dr. Arun came as guests.

Anjali was found in 2011 by the GRP at the city station. He was only eight years old then. During interrogation, it was found that he has no parents or any other apartment. After that, GRP sent him to the Arya Samaj orphanage. After that Anjali studied up to the fifth grade in the elementary school of the orphanage. He was sent to Gurukul in Aligarh for further studies. According to the orphanage management, Anjali met her friend Dipendra’s cousin at the age of 14. After a while, both of them told the Gurukul management that they wanted to get married.

When this matter came to the attention of the orphanage administration, the manager Harshvardhan asked them both to wait until Anjali had reached adulthood before marrying. Both agreed. Anjali, who is over 18 years old, is now studying LLB. Deependra himself works for a private bank in Aligarh. The couple recently returned to Bareilly and asked the orphanage management for permission to marry, after which the date of their marriage was only confirmed last month.

The two married in a banquet hall on Sunday. The wedding was arranged by Sita’s kitchen organization. Four learned pandits from Arya Samaj performed the wedding. Social worker Vijay Batla and his wife donated the girl. Harsh Vardhan, the director of the orphanage, said that before allowing the marriage, he also went to Aligarh to inquire about the boy’s work and family. He did not give permission to marry until everything was right. Sanjay Anand from Punjabi Mahasabha, Raja Chawla and SP leader Rajesh Agarwal were also witnesses to this wedding.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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