Man wears mangalsutra on his wedding day to support gender equality

May 08 2021 03:07 PM
Man wears mangalsutra on his wedding day to support gender equality

Usually you have seen the groom putting mangalsutra around the bride's neck in all the weddings you have attended or seen by now. According to the mythological practices of our country, it is considered a sign of suhag. But have you seen a wedding in which the groom wears mangalsutra? You may find this question a little strange, but it is completely true.

In fact, Pune resident Shardul Kadam decided to replace the sterio type thinking on her wedding day to support gender equality. After this decision, he came into the limelight. Shardul's decision shocked not only his wife Tanuja but also his parents as well as relatives.

Not only that, some people also trolled Shardul for the decision. But such criticism could not change Shardul's decision and he said, "We support each other's work, trust each other's dreams, and are on this journey together. So, who cares what the world thinks?". At the same time, his story has gone viral on social media. Also added "Tanuja and I were in the same college but hardly discussed. After 4 years of graduation, we unexpectedly reunited. She shared an Himesh Reshammiya song on Instagram and described it as torture. I replied that it is a great atrocity".

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