- Kshama Bindu, 24, a student and digital creator from India, is set to marry herself in what is said to be the country's first 'sologamy'
- Bindu will host a traditional Hindu ceremony on Saturday, June 11; her family and friends will attend as she dedicates herself to a life of 'self-love'
- Nonetheless, she has been hit with criticism, as people think she is clout chasing and some have even branded her an 'attention-seeker'
An Indian woman has announced that she will marry herself in what has been dubbed the country's first 'sologamy'.
However, critics have denounced it as an attention-grabbing publicity stunt.
Woman to wed herself
Kshama Bindu, a sociology graduate and blogger from the western state of Gujarat, is set to marry herself in a traditional Hindu ceremony.
Video of different loved-up moments between singer Ruger and actress Susan Pwajok ignite dating rumours
PAY ATTENTION: Follow us on Instagram - get the most important news directly in your favourite app!
According to Daily Mail, the uncommon wedding ceremony will be attended by family and friends in the city of Vadodara on Saturday, June 11.
The 24-year-old says the marriage will be a deep act of self-acceptance and she will dedicate herself to a life of self-love, before taking herself for a two-week honeymoon.
Kshama Bindu faces criticism
Experts say the marriage will not be legal while others accused her of being an 'attention seeker'.
"You can live with yourself without marrying yourself, You are just an attention seeker, & you played well," Twitter user wrote.
"Woke, a Joke!" wrote another, while a third added: "As crazy as it can get."
Oyinbo lady spent the sum of N1.8 million on her Nigerian lover
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an Oyinbo lady spent the sum of N1.8 million on her Nigerian lover.
The 60-year-old woman and the 22-year-old Nigerian man were reportedly set to tie the nuptial knots after falling in love with each other.
The woman described the Nigerian man named Peter as her soulmate even though their relationship started on social media. Many Nigerians raised eyebrows concerning the relationship with some insinuating that the woman may have been duped. BU others insisted it is true love.