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Chennai: Rain disrupted marriage, water filled the temple, the couple performed the rituals while getting wet – video


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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

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Published: Friday, November 11, 2022, 16:47 [IST]

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Tamil Nadu has received heavy rains due to inclement weather. Due to this, on the one hand, the life of the people has been affected. At the same time, 5 marriages were delayed due to rain. Due to heavy rains the new couples took late trips. Actually, the Pulianthope Anjiniyar temple in Chennai was to be married. There due to excessive rain, the water got filled. Because of this, the couples who went to the temple for marriage stood in the water all night. However, when the water in the temple receded a little, the couples got married.

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Couple forced to stand in temple water
The video of the delay in marriage due to heavy rains has been shared by news agency ANI. In which a couple is crossing a road filled with water with an umbrella. At the same time, when the couple crosses the road and reaches the temple for marriage, there is water in the temple too. In such a situation, the couple is forced to stand in the water. However, when the rain stopped, the couple performed the wedding rituals in the water.

A couple who reached the temple for marriage made this appeal to the government
Appealing to the government, a couple who went to the temple for marriage said that the temple was flooded due to lack of arrangements. Due to which we are drenched, I appeal to the government to take steps to at least clean the temple premises and other public areas. Along with this, the couple appealed to the government and said that the arrangement in the temple should be good, so that there is no water and people do not have to face problems.

The date was fixed a month ago
After going to the drenched temple and getting married standing in the water, the couples expressed some displeasure towards the government. During a conversation with ANI, a couple told that everyone’s marriages were fixed a month ago. The preparations for the wedding were also completed from everyone’s side. But due to the rain, the marriage got faded. The couple said that if good arrangements had been made in the temples by the government, they would not have had to stand in water and get married.

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english summary

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Story first published: Friday, November 11, 2022, 16:47 [IST]



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