The car, mare and wagon have become old enough for the procession. Now people bring the procession from JCB. A similar case has come to the fore from Betul in MP. A groom himself sat on the JCB and reached the bride’s house with a procession. Along with his friends, he also danced on JCB.
Ankush Jaiswal, a civil engineer working in Tata Consultancy in Rajgarh, was married on Wednesday with Swati, daughter of Sanjay Malviya, a resident of Padhar. The groom’s family had arranged a mare for the groom to reach the pavilion from Janvasa, but the groom refused to sit on the mare. Said that he would go till the pavilion by sitting on the JCB.
The groom told Ankush that he is a civil engineer. Due to work, he has to work for JCB every day. That’s why he thought that why not take out his procession on this machine. It was quite unique and interesting too. This will also show his love for his work.
Ankush’s elder brother Pankaj says that he had also called a mare, but when the groom proposed JCB while refusing to climb the mare, once he too got into thinking. Took permission from the teacher’s father Ramdutt Jaiswal. Then the groom took out the procession by sitting on the JCB itself.
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