Telangana man ties knot with two lovers at same mandap

Jun 22 2021 07:29 PM
Telangana man ties knot with two lovers at same mandap

Indian weddings are best entertainment package. There have been many great stories as they come with drama, comedy, and a lot more. Sometimes they also have a pinch of twists and turns. Recently, a man in Telangana tied the knot with two women on the same day and at same mandap.

Interestingly, he received blessings from both families and elders. The groom is said to be a resident of Ghanpur village of Adilabad district in Telangana and is a BEd degree holder. He is preparing for competitive examinations too. Reportedly, a man fell in love with both the women and did not want to break ties with any of them. As per the reports, the marriage took place on June 14 wherein Arjun, the groom, married two daughters of his aunts in Ghanpur village in Telangana. Arjun first fell in love with his aunt’s daughter, Usha Rani, and later, got romantically involved with the daughter of another aunt, Surekha. Now, both the affairs are disclosed after they got secretly lasted for four years. However, the secret came out when Arjun's parents expressed their wish and asked him to tie the knot with a suitable girl. This was when he told his parents that he loved both the women and wants to marry them both. He convinced the families of Surekha and Usharani along with his own parents. Usharani and Surekha also had no concerns about marrying the same person and got married with their consent.

 Family members, relatives, and locals of his village said such a marriage is not an unusual affair and such marriages are acceptable in the tribal community.

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