IndiaOn May 12, Mr. Rameshlal Railot, Aslana village, Madhya Pradesh state decided to hold a wedding for four children (3 girls, 1 boy) on the same day.
Notably, all three sisters wore the same wedding attire, covering their faces with veils, according to local tradition.
At about 9pm on the same day, the village suddenly lost power. In a dimly lit space with a veil, two of Railot’s three daughters were mistakenly arranged to sit next to the groom.
The girl named Nikita, who is going to marry the groom Bhola, is sitting next to Ganesh – her sister’s husband – Karishma, and vice versa. Notably, the two brides performed some pre-wedding rituals with the wrong husband. The fault is detected only when the power is restored.
“Fortunately the children have not given the wreath or the oath, but this confusion occurred when they started performing the ritual. It is only because of the power failure that the family suffers this shame,” said Mr. Sitaram, brother. Railot’s son said that power outages happen frequently in the town.
After discovering the mistake, the brides return to their true partners and continue to organize the wedding. Aslana villagers say that the timely lighting has added to the belief in the story of “predestined fate”.
While the Indian government insists on bringing grid electricity to the last village in 2018, many remote and remote areas still experience grid failure. The main reason is due to poor line allocation and maintenance.
Especially in the past few weeks, power cuts have become common, even in big cities, due to the record heat causing the demand for electricity to skyrocket.
Minh Phuong (According to Independent)
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