Sword in hand, turban on head… the Dalit bride came out from the mare as ‘Rani of Jhansi’, the city kept watching
There are news of controversy on horse riding in MP. When Dalit youths take out a marriage procession with a mare, the news of marriage comes from many places. On the other hand, in Burhanpur district, a Dalit bride has taken out her procession with the groom riding on a mare. The bride sitting on the mare was in the Rani look of Jhansi. The people of the city are surprised to see the procession. The bride sitting on the mare is now being discussed all over the country. Bride’s name is Meena Nikam.
There was a desire to take out a procession sitting on a mare
Actually, Meena Nikam, a resident of the bus stand located in Burhanpur city, was married. He was getting married with Kapil Sapkade, a resident of Burhanpur. Meena wished that she could go to her wedding procession on a mare. Along with this, the groom should also be on the horse. The family has made Meena Nikam’s dream come true. The bride and groom have set an example by taking out a marriage procession on a mare.
Meena said it was my dream
After the marriage, Meena Nikam told that from the beginning it was her wish that she herself would go out on a mare along with the bridegroom in the marriage procession. Our wishes have been fulfilled by the relatives. He told that due to this there is an atmosphere of happiness in the family. The procession was going on with the bride and groom.
People were surprised to see
Actually, Burhanpur is tribal dominated district. When the Dalit bride came out with a wedding procession from the mare, people were surprised to see it. Very few people get to see such scenes in the city. A large number of baraatis were dancing and singing with the bride and groom. Baratis were going dancing to the tune of DJ. People were surprised to see the bride on a mare. The discussion of this unique marriage is on every person’s tongue.
The bride was in the Rani look of Jhansi
The bride sitting on a mare was in the getup of Rani of Jhansi. He had a sword in his hand. Along with this, a turban was tied on the head. People were liking this style of the bride very much. At the same time, this look of the bride is also called Rajputana style.
There is no difference between son and daughter
Bride Meena’s elder brother Kantilal Nikam said that there is no difference between son and daughter in the family. Daughter is also not less than anyone. That’s why the daughter was also made to sit on the mare like the groom. The procession of the bride and groom was taken out with music. At the same time, others say that this is the best way to convey the message of equality in the society. Everyone should participate enthusiastically in this. The relatives of the girl said that they are happy that they were able to get their daughter married in this way.
Courtesy: News 4 Social
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