A bride in Rajasthan‘s Churu area refused to marry her fiance after his drunken dancing delayed the baarat (wedding procession) for hours. Chelana village in Rajgarh tehsil was the scene of the tragedy.
Sunil, the groom, and his family arrived in the dulhan’s village on Sunday, May 15.
However, the baarat left for the bride’s house at 9 p.m., but the groom and his companions became intoxicated and continued to dance to the DJ’s beats, delaying the procession for hours.
Meanwhile, the groom showed no signs of slowing down when the muhurat, or auspicious hour to begin wedding pheras, reached 1.15 a.m. The bride’s family, as well as the dulhan herself, had had enough of the baarat’s drunken dancing.
Bride fed up with being kept waiting
The dulhan, fed up with being kept waiting, decided to return the baarat.
Further, her family then decided that she should marry someone else.
The groom’s family proceeded to the Rajgarh police station the next day to register a complaint against the dulhan’s family.
According to the dulhan’s side, the groom and his family were careless with the wedding pheras, and this attitude would continue in the future.
Meanwhile, after consulting with the police, both parties decided to cite family issues as the reason for the wedding cancellation and provided written confirmation.