Dharmendra Mahapatra, Jagdalpur | A unique wedding in Bastar is fast floating on social media these days. Actually a groom got married in the same pavilion together with two brides. It was told that love fell in such a way that what happened then took seven rounds in the same pavilion with both of them. The wedding cards were also printed and the guests were invited to accept Agni as a witness.
Wedding invitation letter
After marriage, groom Chandu and his two wives Sundari and Hasina Baghel also sat together. This is an incident from the Majhipar of Tikralohanga Gram Panchayat, about 20 km from the district headquarters of Bastar. This marriage took place with the consent of the three families and there was enthusiasm among the people about this marriage and they also gave it a historic marriage status.
Sundari is from Erandwal and Hasina Baghel Karanji. Both girls were attached to Chandu on mobile, both knew that they love Chandu. The three told the family about this and expressed their desire for marriage. The family members of the three allowed it and the matrimonial event was held in Tikralohanga. In the Hindu Marriage Act, this marriage is a legal offense. But more than one marriage has been indicative of Bastar’s ancient tradition and family reputation. Even today people have more than one wives and it also gets social recognition provided no wife has objections. It is also said that when Mian-Bibi agrees, what will the Kazi do? Let us tell you a sample of what steps are taken to get love in Bhopal where his girlfriend gave his wife one and a half crores of property in the name of his wife to get married.