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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

hindus Celebrated The Sacred Marriage Of Cow And Bull In India








A cow and a bull have been married off in an Indian lavish wedding costing 10,000 pounds (half the cost of average British wedding). More than 5,000 villagers turned up to watch sacred cow Ganga and Prakash get hitched during the Hindu ceremony held near Indore Madhya Pradesh. The nuptials were organised by Ganga's guardian Gopal Patwari to save the state's harvest from 'natural disaster'.
According to Patwari natural calamities like hailstorms and heavy rains occurring in nearby areas destroyed their crops crops, and to prevent happening to our village we arranged this wedding on the advice of Sadhus and holy men. We have been told this will maintain peace in our village.
Most of the families in the area are farmers growing wheat, barley cotton, and beans so heavily depend upon good harvest to survive. Cow (Ganga) which is considered sacred in Hindu religion arrived early dressed in red custom-made bridal saree, jewels, dyes and a garland. Prakash (Bull ) looked equally stunning as it arrived in a decorated Bughee (Horse cart) drapped in a multicoloured sherwani and orange turban. The ceremony started with Patwari giving away Ganga before a Sadhu performed all the traditional rituals.
This special wedding had all the traditional ritual like Mehndi, Mandap, Fera and Ganesh Pooja. What one can expect from a nation that had been forcing the widows to burn alive with the dead husband, who paste exctre of cows on the face and body and drink urine of cows. Though the marriages of cats, dogs or other pets are organized in western countries but as an entertainment not like a religious tradition like Hindus do. Who first married Aishwarya Rai with a tree and then to Bachhan.

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