- An Indian man who lost his wife three years ago wanted her to be at his housewarming ceremony, so he devised a creative way for her to be present
- Srinivas Murthy's wife died in a car accident and he erected a silicone statue of her so she could be present at the housewarming ceremony
- The wife, Madhavi, died when a car she was driving in crashed into a truck
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An Indian man who lost his wife three years ago erected a silicone statue of the late woman at his newly-constructed home.
Srinivas Murthy could not bear the absence of his late wife MVK Madhavi at his housewarming ceremony on Saturday, August 8, reason why he erected the statue.
The 57-year-old businessman from Karnataka’s Koppal said he wanted to do something special in memory of his wife.
At the housewarming ceremony, the statue was dressed in a pink and gold saree resembling Murthy’s wife.
The businessman told The News Minute: “I wanted to do something special in memory of my wife. She died three years ago in a car accident."
Sriniva's wife died when the car she was driving in crashed into a truck. The back of the truck was said to have rammed into the passenger side of the car, and Madhavi died immediately due to impact.
His daughters sustained minor injuries and recovered physically.
In other news, two lovebirds identified as Monifa and Wyatt got married in an unusual way as they hiked a mountain 12,000 ft above sea level to tie the knot.
The adventurous couple, who got married without any guest or officiating minister, took the decision due to the COVID-19 pandemic the world is currently battling with.
Monifa with the Twitter handle @DrMonifaMD took to the microblogging site to make the disclosure, saying they hiked the mountain at 4am amid 30-degree weather in their wedding gear.
Since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, couples have devised creative ways of tying the knot and spending the rest of their lives together.
Monifa also shared a photo of what her wedding gown looked like after the event.
She captioned it: "Theee dress at the end of theee day. Don't panic, it's currently undergoing a very involved professional deep cleaning and preservation process."
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