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UP Bride Calls Off Wedding As Groom Fails To Recite Table of 2 & We’re Like ‘Jhootha Pyaar’

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In another episode of ‘this happens only in India’, a bride from Uttar Pradesh called off the marriage after the groom failed a simple ‘math test’. Yes, you read that right!

 The bride was suspicious of the groom’s educational qualifications and asked him to recite the table of two before getting married. He failed to recite the table and that’s when the bride decided to call off the wedding.

UP Bride Calls Off Wedding As Groom Fails To Recite Table of 2 © BCCL

According to IANS, the Panwari Station House Officer, Vinod Kumar said, that it was an arranged marriage and the groom belongs to the Dhanwar village of Mahoba district.

When both the families gathered along with several guests from both the side for the wedding ceremony, the bride left the ceremony expressing that she cannot marry a person who doesn’t know the basics of mathematics. Friends and relatives tried to convince the bride but they failed.

The bride’s cousin said, “The groom's family had kept us in the dark about his education. He may not have even gone to school. The groom's family had cheated on us. But my brave sister walked out without fearing social taboo.”

UP Bride Calls Off Wedding As Groom Fails To Recite Table of 2 © BCCL

However, no complaint was lodged by the police as both families found a common ground and decided to return gifts and jewelry.

Earlier, a bride from UP called off the wedding because the groom broke into a 'naagin dance' before the pheras. A bride stopped the wedding right after the varmala was done. Reportedly, the groom slapped his would-be wife when she said that she doesn't want to marry him.

UP Bride Calls Off Wedding As Groom Fails To Recite Table of 2 © BCCL

The police were called but the families didn't file any formal complaints after the groom's family agreed to return the gifts.

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