New Delhi: It is said that no border can separate two lovers. Something similar has been seen in Jhulnipur on the Indo-Nepal border on Thursday. It is said that the Indian groom arrived at the Nepalese bride's house on foot and formally arranged the wedding and after completing all the wedding rituals, the bride reached the border by foot. From there, the couple reached their house by vehicle.
The groom's father Pradeep Chauhan, a resident of Rampur Mir in the district, told that his son's marriage was decided to Rajendra Chauhan BK daughter in Gokul Nagar Susta village palika of Nawalparasi, Nepal. As per the schedule, when the groom reached the border for marriage, he was refused to enter the vehicle due to a ban caused by Corona. Seeing the absence of the vehicle, the groom also proved the frontier of the two countries to be small in front of his morale and reached the bride's house and completed the wedding rituals with her. After completing the wedding, the Nepali bride also left for her house on foot with her spouse.
After arriving at the Laxmipur border, she reached his home by vehicle, where she was welcomed by the family. Throughout the day, the bride-groom discussed about this wedding.