Groom Vijay Prakash in JCB: The season of weddings is going on, in the marriage usually the groom goes to pick up the bride on a horse or buggy, but these days in Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh, the groom is going to pick up his bride sitting on JCB. . Let us tell you that due to which the grooms have to sit on JCB and go to their procession.
The procession reached by two JCB machines
According to the report of Ashish Kumar Mishra of Spot News 18, on Sunday, December 23, a procession left for Ratwa village from the Sangrah area of Sirmaur district. But due to heavy snowfall, I could go only halfway. Due to the snowfall, a layer of snow about three feet thick had frozen on the road, so it was impossible to go further.
The groom’s father, Jagat Singh, arranged for a JCB machine to clear the snow from the road. But even this did not work out, after which another JCB was called, and then the snow was removed from the way.
Groom Vijay Prakash in JCB
After this, the procession covered a further 30 km long route from JCB itself. In JCB, the groom Vijay Prakash, brother Surendra and father Jagat Singh reached Ratwa with a photographer. The marriage was concluded on Monday, January 24, after which the bride sat on the JCB and left.
The 2-hour journey covered in 10 hours
A similar case came to the fore in the Sirmaur district’s Giripar area. Here too, the groom came to pick up the bride with JCB. The road was closed due to rain and snowfall in the Gattadhar village of the Giripar area.
Because of this, from Gatadhar village on Sunday, January 23, the groom Ramlal, brother Virendra, maternal uncle Gopal Singh reached Dungi village of Sangrah after travelling a long distance of about 100 km. He told Spot News 18 that if the road had not been closed, this distance could have been covered in just two hours, but the procession took more than 10 hours to reach due to bad weather.
Lousy weather for many days
According to Spot News 18, the upper parts of the Sangrah area of the Sirmaur district have been experiencing snow since Saturday, January 22. Snow cover of 2 to 3 feet thick has been spread in the area. Due to this, life is one and a half dozen panchayats is badly affected.
Due to snowfall, traffic has come to a complete standstill in Sangrah and its surrounding areas for three consecutive days. It is said that more than 100 vehicles are stuck on the roads in the area. The supply of electricity and drinking water has also been disrupted due to snowfall.