No impediments in this love
Marriage in India is a ritual that most people hold close to their hearts. It is an event which involves lavish expenses, ranging from the bride’s dress to the catering services and of course the baarat. Usually it is the family of the bride and the groom that have to bear the expenses, but many a times, across the country, many organisations put together their resources to arrange for mass marriages. Bhopal, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh have recently experienced mass marriages. And let’s say, we here in Delhi also have an opportunity to experience a mass marriage this weekend.
101 disabled couples are going to tie the knot on a lavish wedding ceremony organised by the Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS). The NSS is a known charitable organisation based out in Udaipur, Rajasthan. The vision to serve and create a blissful matrimonial alliance for the disabled couples is the motto of this mass wedding ceremony which is due to happen on 14 and 15 June at the Ramlila Maidan Ground.
Kailash Manav, Chairman, Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) said, ‘The organisation works with a motive of Sarva Jan Hitaya- Sarva Samaj Sukhaya, meaning- in the welfare of the public, in the happiness of everyone’.
The two-day free of cost massive event is going to be an extensive arrangement for the brides as well as the grooms who are ready to tie the nuptial knot for a lifetime. Registration room, hospitality room, control room, exhibition, physiotherapy, workshop, traffic control and other requirements have been taken care of, thereby providing quality time to the grooms and brides.
One of the unique features about this event is the cosmopolitan culture under which the wedding will be taking place. Whether they be Muslims, Hindus, Christians or from any other religion, this unique occasion will witness the nuptial ties among various to-be-couples from several back grounds.
The event is not restricted to Delhi, in fact not just restricted to India. Over 950 patrons from countries like USA, South Africa, Nepal and other countries will also grace the event, apart from the Indian fraternity who will be witnessing the event.
Prashant Aggarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan says, ‘To make this event a success, a meeting of Sansthan mandal has been organised.
Under the directions of the Sansthan Mandal, several teams of the organization have started visiting various places all over the city; the team is locating physically disabled bachelors and registering them for mass wedding. We are trying hard to make the event memorable for disabled and also for each guest.’