- Unique wedding also took place in Ghaziabad district between the Corona era
- All relatives connected through online app for marriage
- The entire marital ceremony was held with 20 people, following the Kovid rule
Apart from the wedding, the most sought after brother-in-law is marriage and brother-in-law. Both of them do not get angry, the family takes special care of it, but in the Corona crisis, all this is changing. Wise people are persuading their closest relatives to follow the Corona Protocol by not gathering crowds at the wedding ceremony. The Jha
Local resident Sanjeev Jha’s sister-in-law was to be married in Patna on 3 May. Preparations were in full swing as the second wave of Corona arrived. A guideline to invite limited people to the wedding ceremony was also released. In such a situation, the concern of the bride side increased. There was great tension as to whom to call and leave out of the limited guests. When he called one son-in-law, the other would get angry and call everyone, breaking the rules as the number of guests increased.
Live broadcast via app
When Sanjeev Jha came to know about this, he called himself in his in-law’s house. Strictly told everyone not to postpone the wedding, but not to gather more than 20 people in the program. To follow this, he gave the idea that all the guests should be shown the wedding rituals online through the app. Despite Sali’s marriage, he decided not to go there and join it online himself.
Shagun given online
Sanjeev says that the relatives of the bride and groom side witnessed rituals and seven rounds. Everyone also blessed the bride and groom online. Boys work in Hyderabad and girls in Bangalore. Both are engineers. His co-workers also joined the wedding online. Married from home only. The parents were present in the pavilion from the groom’s side. Six people from both the families stayed here. Relatives gave the groom-bride to Shagun online as well.