MBS Hospital in Kota, Rajasthan witnessed a unique wedding on Sunday. The groom arrived from Ramganjmandi with a marriage procession to marry the bride admitted in the hospital here. Where both of them got married late Sunday evening in the presence of family members. A cottage room was booked at the hospital here and decorated for the wedding, where varmala and other rituals were performed. The bride is currently undergoing treatment at the hospital.
It is being told that Pankaj Rathod, a resident of Bhavpura in Ramganjmandi area of Kota, was to get married to Madhu Rathod, a resident of Rawatbhata, on Sunday. But in the meantime, bride Madhu fell from the stairs in her house. Due to which both his hands and legs were fractured and there were also injuries in the head. In such a situation, the bride had to be admitted to MBS Hospital in Kota.
After this, both the families decided to complete the wedding rituals in the hospital itself. For this, the room was booked in the cottage and decorated. Then the wedding rituals took place in the hospital itself. From the ward, the groom himself brought the bride sitting in a wheelchair to the pavilion. After this, the bride and groom wore garlands to each other. The groom Pankaj made the bride Madhu wear a mangalsutra and filled the sindoor in demand. However, the bride was unable to walk, so the ritual of seven rounds could not be performed. According to doctors, the bride will have to be admitted to the hospital for a few days.
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