You may have seen many times the demand for dowry made by the groom as the reason for the breakdown of the marriage, but a unique case of marriage breakdown has come to light from Agra, Uttar Pradesh. After marriage, the groom reached the village to bid farewell but the bride refused to go with the groom. The reason was that the groom did not bring the bride’s sandals and saris. Yes, you heard it right, only because of not bringing sari and sandals, the bride returned the procession from Rajasthan. Even after a lot of persuasion by the people, the groom had to return without the bride.
The groom did not bring sandals and sari
Actually the whole matter is of Jodhpur village of Saiya area near Agra. According to the information, a marriage ceremony was organized in which the bride Kanha alias Kedar Singh, resident of Rajasthan Maniyan, was completed with the bride resident of village Nagla Son in Kheragarh area during the conference. The farewell ceremony was to be held from Sone’s Nagla. After marriage, the groom reached the village with a procession for the farewell ceremony. But, he did not reach with sandals for the bride. But not bringing sandals to the bride was overshadowed by the groom. The bride got angry on this matter. The bride refused to accompany the groom. Even after many efforts, the groom had to return without the bride.
The dispute was not resolved even after the understanding of the police
The people of the groom’s side also called the police by calling 112, but the girl’s side alleges that the barati had reached the bride’s village after drinking alcohol. Meanwhile, some people are also talking about the groom having epilepsy. From the police to the wedding ceremony officials also came in the middle, but the process of accusing each other by both the parties continued throughout the night. Even after persuading everyone from the police to the present, the bride did not listen to anyone and in the end the groom returned without the bride. The matter is also being discussed in the surrounding villages.