Darbhanga, February 11: Most of the couples like to splurge on their weddings to make it a big show, in a unique wedding a groom of Bihar's Darbhanga set an example by keeping the occasion simple, yet memorable. The groom made everyone's day memorable by arriving at his wedding on an E-rickshaw. The couple instead of a wedding invitation gave Janeu (sacred thread) and Supari with the Bhagwat Geeta in the form of an invitation card. West Bengal Groom Arrives at His Wedding on a Road-Roller Surprising Guests (Watch Video).
Not only this, but the groom's sister was also seen driving the e-rickshaw giving a message of women empowerment. In the wedding, there were posters reflecting the dangers of global warming. The couple not only planted saplings but also gave it as a return gift to all the guests. The groom, Shravan, an engineer by profession also announced that all the gifts and money received at the wedding will go to a local government school. Groom Falls in Drain After Bridge Collapses Due to ‘Baraat’ Dance in Hoshiyarpur Village of Noida.
Watch video of the wedding posted Bihar Tak:
The wedding procession was appreciated by onlookers as it gave a message of love and caring about nature. Instead of DJ and orchestra in wedding, the children of the house presented a wonderful dance of their art and culture. This Bengali Bride Breaking Stereotypes by Saying 'You Can Never Repay Parents' Debts' During Wedding Ritual Wins Internet's Heart (Watch Video).
Earlier, in a similar unique wedding, a groom from West Bengal arrived for his wedding on a road roller. Arka Patra, 30, the son of a goldsmith, said that he wanted to make his wedding special. "I wanted to make my wedding ceremony memorable and unique. I could take a vintage car, but that would not be new. I have also heard someone went to marry in an earth mover. But, I did not know of anyone going to marry in a road roller, so I decided on it," Patra said.