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Indian man travels to Pakistan to marry a Pakistani girl

The wedding ceremony was organized in a wedding hall in Sukkur. The wedding was attended by the couple’s relatives and people from the Hindu community.

Indian man travels to Pakistan to marry a Pakistani girl. The girl lives in Sukkur, a southern city in Pakistan.

Mahendra Kumar, a resident of Bombay, India came along with his family to marry Sanjugata Kumari. The wedding ceremony was organized in a wedding hall in Sukkur. The wedding was attended by the couple’s relatives and people from the Hindu community.

The couple first met on social media later their families contacted each other through Whatsapp. The families decided on the marriage ritual on the phone. Kumari will leave with her husband within a few days after the completion of the legal formalities.

Aishwar Lal Makeja, of the Mukhi Hindu Panjaat Sukkur, who attended the wedding function, said love has no borders and wished the couple a happy life.

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The video of the wedding of the couple is making rounds on social media. Social media users in Pakistan are celebrating the cross-border marriage and are sending warm wishes to the couple.

This is not the first time any foreigner has come to Pakistan to marry a Pakistani. Earlier, a Russian girl traveled to Pakistan and embraced Islam to marry a Pakistani boy. The girl married the resident of Gujranwala, Muhammad Ali.

Polina became friends with Ali in an online community, and it later blossomed into a love, that forced her to travel 4000km to Pakistan. The couple in an interview with the Pakistani YouTuber said that they both share a love for travel, adventure, and exploring new cultures. They have also started their YouTube channel where they share their life experiences.

Polina embraced Islam, learned a little bit of Urdu, and moved to Pakistan. The Russian said the girl mentioned her love for cooking desi food and parathas. Ali said that Polina was an atheist before marrying him. But adjusting to Pakistan was not difficult for her. The girl said that since she was not accustomed to desi socialization, it became a bit challenging to meet new people. Since so many guests flocked to meet her. She informed me that she is on good terms with her in-laws.