- Two lovebirds in India defeated the flood which threatened their wedding as they could be seen floating to the venue in a giant cooking pot
- The road to the wedding venue was flooded and the couple borrowed a cooking pot from a local temple
- According to the bride, it turned out to be a wedding they never imagined, and their photos have been shared on social media
An Indian couple didn't allow the flood to deny them of their big day as they sailed to their wedding venue in a giant cooking pot on Monday, October 18.
According to SBS News, the couple had to opt for this mode of transport as roads near the temple where the wedding was to take place were flooded.
Also reporting the development, New York Post said the couple borrowed the giant cooking pot from a local temple.
The couple are health workers resident in the town of Alappuzha in southern India’s Kerala state. They could be seen in adorable photos waving and smiling in their ceremonial clothes as two men steered the improvised boat.
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Speaking about her big day after tying the knot with the love of her life, the bride said:
“It has turned into a wedding which we never imagined."
Water lapped up at the edge of the building as the lovebirds got married in a Hindu ceremony attended by a small number of guests.
Couple walks on ladies lying on the floor in viral video
In other news, a groom and his bride got people talking on social media after walking on ladies who lay on the floor at their wedding ceremony.
In the clip that was shared on Instagram by @saintavenue_ent1, the groom walked on the ladies first after which his wife did the same.
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Seven ladies lay on the floor to be stepped on while a lady could be seen dancing as she sat and faced the couple.
While it was not stated in the video why the couple stepped on the ladies, Legit.ng gathered in the comment section that they were single ladies praying for husbands.