Watch | UP groom drives bulldozer to his wedding
The man arrived for his wedding on Saturday in a bulldozer covered with flowers
The incident took place at Laxmanpur- Shankarpur village
The video of the incident has gone viral
When the 'Baraat' arrived at Laxmanpur- Shankarpur village, almost the whole community rushed to the venue to take a selfie with the decorated bulldozer on which he arrived. After the groom arrived on a bulldozer and screams of 'Bulldozer Baba ki jai' filled the air on Saturday, the entire town took on a celebratory air. Badshah, the groom, was pleased with the amount of attention he had received in the hamlet.
"I wanted to make my wedding a memorable occasion, and I believed this concept would do just that," he explained. The bulldozer's videos have gone viral on social media.
This is not a solitary case of a recent unusual wedding in the country. Kshama Bindu, a Gujarati girl, recently married herself. On June 8, Bindu performed the 'first in the country"sologamy' (self-marriage) at her home in Vadodara's Gotri district. While legal experts have stated that sologamy is not lawful, other internet users have questioned her true motivations, suggesting that it was a publicity ploy to acquire social media followers. Her Instagram followers have risen in the previous several days. She had planned to marry herself on June 11 at a temple near her home, with a priest to perform traditional Vedic procedures, but she changed her mind after the priest pulled out. On Instagram, she posted photos from her haldi, mehendi, and wedding days. She's been the target of a lot of teasing on social media since she revealed her sologamy wedding. She married herself after receiving so many trolls and even a refusal from the temple priest. She used a bluetooth speaker to play divine wedding mantras, wore wedding garlands herself, and took vows.