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Two Girls Exchange Vows at a Temple in Bihar

Nisha Kumari (18) and Kumkum Kumari called Komal (20) met at a wedding of a family member, which was the start of their love story.

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Two Girls Exchange Vows at a Temple in Bihar

Two Girls Exchange Vows at a Temple in Bihar: Two girls from Bihar’s Jamui and Lakhisarai areas got married and promised to spend the rest of their lives together. They had been dating for a year and a half. In Jamui on October 24, the girls got married and did the usual wedding rounds or pheras.

Two Girls Exchange Vows at a Temple in Bihar

Nisha Kumari (18) and Kumkum Kumari called Komal (20) met at a wedding of a family member, which was the start of their love story. Nisha Tanti lives in Digghi village, which is in the Lakshmipur police station area in Jamui. Komal Tanti, on the other hand, is from Kusanda village, which is in the Halsi police station area of Lakhisarai district.It’s been fifteen years since Nisha’s maternal uncle got married.

The wedding is where the two girls met for the first time and became friends. As their homes were close together, the girls would often run into each other. Pretty soon, they knew they loved each other very much and wanted to spend the rest of their lives married to each other.

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Things got hard for them when people found out they were dating. But their love and dedication never changed. Finally, Nisha and Komal said their vows to each other and became husband and wife.

“It was at my uncle’s wedding that I first met Komal and since then we developed a very strong bond. We wanted to live together, so got married three days ago,” Nisha said.

What happened has shocked the locals in Diggi and Kusanda towns. “We can’t believe that such an incident has been recorded in our village. We were taken aback when we heard that these two girls got married at the temple,” a resident of Diggi village said.

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