Patna: A groom in Bihar left for the marriage sitting on the shoulders of a villager as the trail resulting in the principle street was stuffed with mud following heavy rains.
Sidu Kumar, a resident of Puraina village in Buxur district, was enthusiastic about his marriage however his pleasure vanished after sudden rains on the eve of marriage ceremony left his village flooded.
With the one dust street resulting in the principle street was stuffed with mud and soiled water, the groom had no alternative however to sit down on the shoulders of a villager to board a ready automotive close to the principle street, some 3km away.
Native TV grabs confirmed the groom perched on the shoulders of a youth who waded by the muddy pathway and negotiating flooded fields to lastly attain the principle street.
“This marriage ceremony day is additional particular for me. I by no means thought that I must face such an issue throughout my marriage,” the groom advised the native media.
The state witnessed a restricted variety of weddings owing to the month-long lockdown imposed by the state authorities to verify unfold of COVID-19 infections. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar himself made appeals to the folks to postpone weddings until the scenario will get regular.
COVID-19 has claimed 3,846 lives within the second wave, devastating many households.