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Thursday, 1 April 2021

Strange custom for happiness: In a village in Rajasthan, two minors were married, one was groomed and the other was paraded.

Strange custom for happiness: In a village in Rajasthan, two minors were married, one was groomed and the other was paraded.







In addition to chocolates, ice cream and money, the groom was also given a mask to avoid corona.



This tradition has been followed uninterruptedly since the death of milch animals 90 years ago. The marriage took place on Wednesday in a village in Banswara, Rajasthan. Interestingly, the marriage took place not between a boy and a girl, but between two minor boys. One was grooming and the other was grooming. These marriages were performed to fulfill a tradition of the village. The Banswada tribesmen believe that happiness comes from the marriage of boys and for this happiness these marriages were performed in the village of Barodia in the tribal area.




The atmosphere of the village was like a wedding ceremony. The newlyweds wore a sari and made it too. The pavilion was decorated, the sound of .wall was heard, the Pandit performed the wedding ceremony. The groom was also given a set to wear the Mangalsutra, followed by seven rounds. A Kanyadan ceremony was also held at the end. The wedding took place at midnight. Raj, who became the bride and Manas, who became the bride, gladly follow this tradition.




The bride and groom wear masks and garlands to each other, while others attend the ceremony without masks. - Divya Bhaska The bride and groom wear masks and garlands to each other, while others were present at the ceremony without masks.



Drumming means the couple got together, if they return home after the wedding, the wedding will be a lock In the middle of the night's silence, a group of youths set out to find the minor. When the two youngsters met, all the other youngsters started singing, dancing and celebrating. Ums played the message that the couple had been found. After which the people of the village started arriving to join the wedding. 



Both the youths were brought to the Shri Laxminarayan temple in the village. Where the sarpanch of the village ordered the marriage and the ceremony began.




The couple was paraded the night after the wedding. The youth sang the Phagan song. In addition to chocolates, ice cream and money, the groom was also given a mask to avoid corona. After the procession is over, the bridegroom goes home. After which marriage is considered folk.



The tradition of premature death of animals started 90 years ago The sarpanch of the village said that earlier the village was inhabited by farmers. A canal flowed in the center of the village, which divided the village into two parts. Earlier, the boy was married by choosing from both parts. About 90 years ago, one day before Holi, heavy rains fell while preparations were underway to complete the ceremony. Due to this, the marriage could not take place. A few days later, more than 200 milch cattle died in the village. The villagers began to believe that not following this tradition was a curse. This tradition has continued ever since.





Sometimes young people are brought in to pick them up from the house, although family members do not oppose it. The head of the village says that in tradition the boy and his family have consented. There is no pressure of any kind. Kalingara police station inspector Mahipal Singh said underage marriage was a crime. But when a symbolic tradition is properly fulfilled and no one pays attention, something different happens.

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