Groom Walks Over 6KMs In Heavy Snowfall For His Marriage, Tweeps Calls It A Natural Destination Wedding

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 29 Jan 2019

An extraordinary wedding ceremony took place in Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand at Makku Math on Friday where the groom and his family members walked for over 6km in heavy snow to attend his wedding.

Almost 80 people had left for from Triyuginarayan town in the region to go to Rajnish Kurmachali’s wedding function at Makku Math and they all were stuck in rush hour gridlock after vehicular streets were shut down because of snow. The family at that point chose to send just those individuals who were required for the customs, for example, the groom’s maternal uncle, sisters, and some older individuals. They all complete their journey of 6km long distance and made it one unique wedding of the year.

“We had seen a wedding procession like this in 2002 and now this was the next one. People will talk about this procession and the wedding for years as in both the weddings the groom was an army jawan,” said Ashish Gairola, the groom’s brother.

Talking about the difficulties in such weather, Gairola said, “If you see the pictures then you would question whether they were even feeling cold, forget difficulty. My eight-year-old son played with snow throughout the way.”

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From the last 7 days, the village made it through without power supply and they were charging their mobile phones through their cars due to a power outage.

Bijay Lal, head of Triyuginarayan village said, “Even I had to go to the wedding but were all stuck due to the snow. But those who went enjoyed the whole journey and the wedding took place without any problem.”

Mangesh Ghildilyal, district magistrate of Rudraprayag said, “We received information about this wedding where people had to walk all the way. It is good that they walked, as due to continuous snowfall, there are high chances of accident as cars can skid.” He added even though the machines are there to clean the snow but because of continuous snowfall roads are still blocked.

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