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Indian Weddings with Bride from “Saat Samundar Paar”

Love has no limits and boundaries and it has been proved by some couples who tied the knot with partners from overseas recently. Three Indian grooms are in news these days after getting married with their love from some overseas countries. First is Nikki Fewait from USA and Paaras Bhardwaj from Haryana, second is Katrina from Australia and Tapan from Gujrat and third is Allina from Russia and Vikas Vilaniya from Rajasthan. All of these weddings took place in India itself according to the local traditions, culture and rituals. These all Indian weddings have become talk of the town these days and here we bring these to you.

Paaras and Nikki

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Paaras 25 from Haryana, and Nikki 31 from USA became friends on social media website Facebook 3 years ago and started communicated with each other. The chatting over Facebook soon turned into love soon and Paaras proposed her for marriage. At the first both bride and groom’s parents were not agree, but later they accepted this relation. Nikki came to India on 9th Feb, and they married on 15th Feb according to Hindu rituals at a temple. Parents of Paaras have also accepted both of them now.

Tapan and Katrina

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Tapan and Katrina got married on 16th February 2016 with the permission of their parents. Katrina basically belongs to Brisbane, Australia while Tapas belongs from Vadodara, Gujrat. Tapan Joshi is working from 6 years in a private company in Australia and also works as DJ there. On her birthday in June 2013, Katrina contacted Tapan and they became friend very soon. The bride liked culture and traditions of India very much after knowing these from Tapan and decided to marry him.

Alina and Vikas

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Alina from Simferopol, Russia and Vikas from Chirawa, Rajasthan also got married in presence of all their family member, friends and relatives. These two studied together in Crimea State Medical University in Russia and fell in love with each other. They first consulted with their parents and after their permission decided to tie the knot. All the Indian style rituals were performed in the wedding at the home town of Dr Vikas, Devroad.

Well, as we saw the time and society is changing now and accepting love openly, we also wish all the good luck for these bride and grooms.

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