Students of DU Shivaji College got encouraged by their next-door neighbors and chose to keep a marriage on campus. Student bodies come up with outlandish concepts to get their names out there. Students of Shivaji College chose to celebrate a shaadi while they were attempting to encourage their plans for the summer.
Not long ago, a fake “shaadi” systematized during a festival at the LUMS went viral. Desi students were eager to scrutinize the college lads enjoying their time during the practices of the fake “batch shaadi.” However, who learned the custom obeyed in Lahore and would travel to Delhi?
In the clip running around on Instagram, students recreate a usual Hindu marriage on the DU Shivaji College campus. There was a groom as well as a bride, along with “bars”. The bride greeted on the main stage with all the jazz of marriage as she dragged up a covering on her head.
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There was a meeting between the bride as well as the groom. During this, the fake groom acted shy and smitten to summon the feelings of a real marriage. There was music and sweets, two vital parts of the Hindu wedding experience.
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The students also played the traditions of a real wedding as the supposed groom and bride swapped flower bouquets to kick-start the “wedding”. The groom and bride were also sacred by the “families.” The pair also submitted to a few after-wedding games played pursuing a typical Indian wedding.
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The groom as well as the bride looked for rings inside a bowl of milk. The girls grabbed the groom’s shoes. All of this was a portion of the marriage that the students enjoyed announcing their upcoming college fest.
The concept was a bang with people on the internet. One user was joyful of the student body’s idea to play the LUMS “batch shaadi” ceremony as they noted, “Bestttttt hai apun log.” While one was not impressed by the idea, LUMS waala best that it’s glancing like they are pushing to copy them…