Ajay Barot’s only wish was to have a grand wedding. The 27-year-old wanted a wedding just like the one his cousin had. While his long-standing wish, to have a lavish wedding, was fulfilled, his wedding had a missing element. The bride.
Ajay had always wanted to have a wedding of his own and when he saw baarats passing by, or attending someone’s wedding, he would ask his family about when he could have his own. Since Ajay never got a formal education, his family knew that finding a match for him would not be easy.
“My son was diagnosed with learning disability and lost his mother at an early age. He used to enjoy the wedding procession of other people and asked us about his wedding. We were unable to answer his question as it was not possible to find a match for him,” Ajay’s father told ANI.
However, wanting his son’s dream to come true, his family decided to throw him a wedding irrespective of it. TOI reported that the family sent out wedding invitations and on May 10 had a proper procession for their son.
The family arranged a feast for nearly 800 people in a community hall near their residence and the whole wedding cost Rs. 2 lakh.
What his relatives have to say
Ajay is very fond of music, and dance, said his uncle Kamlesh. “He never misses any wedding in our village. After seeing my son’s wedding in February, Ajay used to ask us about his own. When my brother came up with this idea, we all stood by him,” he was quoted as saying.
“Except for a bride, there was everything. Dance and garba programs, fine clothes, photographers and all the rituals associated with a proper marriage,” he added.
Kamlesh said Ajay was happy at the end of the day and so were local residents and relatives who participated in the ceremony. wholeheartedly. “I think our efforts paid off,” he asserted.
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