India in India, a couple brave floods by going to his marriage in a giant boiler
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This is an input of the most original: an Indian couple went to the place of his wedding in a giant cauldron, braving. Since Monday, October 18, the images of their mode of transport have become viral.
Akash Kunjumon, 26, and its future wife, Aiswarya, 22, have floated in the disturbances of the state of Kerala where large floods and landslides have killed at least twenty-seven people. The Indian Army and Navy were also mobilized to rescue the inhabitants of the region.
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"A marriage I did not expect at all"
interrogated by the Reuters news agency, the mother of the future husband said that the couple wanted the marriage to be maintained,: "We Planes organized marriage and celebrated it at the scheduled time, despite floods. "
"We did not know that there would be so much water. We tried to have a boat, but we could not get one, "explained the husband, surprised by the magnitude of the floods. As for the bride, she entrustedto read also media that "it turned out to be a marriage to which [she did not expect at all."
in the video become viral, two men and a cameraman are present. They help the couple, installed in its giant cauldron, crossing flooded roads by guiding it to the Panayannurkavu Temple Devi, in the district of Alappuzha, where the wedding ceremony took place.
, with less than ten guests present.
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