Bride from Patna took Baraat while groom was waiting for her

    Snehlata, the bride who took Baraat while groom was waiting Image: news18

    How does a typical Indian wedding look like?

    A bride who is waiting for her groom in mandap or marriage hall coming with baraat, included with loud music, people dancing and groom sitting on a higher platform with his friend or Sehwala.

    But what if we say that this bride from Patna has reversed the concept and took Baraat to the groom.

    Bihar which is mostly in news for corruption, Lalu Prasad or bad education system meanwhile this bride who hails from Bihar has proved everyone wrong.

    Snehlata, who is an assistant manager with a private bank in Mumbai came up with this noble idea and spoke her future in-laws and shared with them, they liked the proposal and they went with that.

    Snehlata told News18:

    Both of us are based out of Bihar and we love our motherland, which is grappling with a number of social evils, including dowry. We are against these practices and have decided to send out a message.

    She accepted the fact that initially, even her own family was against her decision, but she managed to win them over.

    Just for representational purpose
    (Image: India Today)

    Snehlata and Anil studied together and fell in love. Anil said, “Even the thought of marrying in a different caste is considered a sin here, but it never came in our way. However, a dulhan leading a band, ‘baaza’ and ‘baraat’ looked non-negotiable, but our parents agreed.”

    Uninvited guests also became the part of the marriage and one of them talking to News18 told that world s changing and he will also think about this role-reversal plan and he didn’t have any problem with the marriage.

    A few days back in Kerala a mother broke the stereotype of Kanyadaan done by the male of the family.

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    (Source: News18)

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