Bailgadi Me Baarat| The procession came out riding on a dozen bullock carts, the procession was seen doing traditional dance [VIDEO] Groom and the ‘baratis’ rode bullock-carts to reach wedding venue in Pakri Bazar from his hom
The procession came out riding on a dozen bullock carts, watch video
- The procession came out riding in bullock carts, people kept watching
- In Deoria, UP, the procession, including the groom, covered a distance of 35 km in a bullock cart.
- Video went viral on social media, people were seen doing traditional dance
Deoria: In today’s era, where there is such a trend of showing that people take the procession not only in luxury cars but also by helicopter, on the contrary, a picture has also come to the fore where the procession is going out in bullock cart. This video of the procession has surfaced from Deoria in Uttar Pradesh, where the procession is not going out in a luxury car, horse or elephant, but in a bullock cart. Whoever saw this sight was left on sight and the whole scene was captured in the camera.
Covered 35 kilometer journey
According to the news, the procession is from Kushhari village of Deoria where the bridegroom and the bridegroom left in a bullock cart. The procession covered a distance of 35 km by bullock cart. During this, as soon as the procession came out of the market and the main road, there was a crowd of spectators. It seemed as if everyone was trying to capture it in their camera.
The groom told the reason for taking out the procession in the bullock cart
When the groom, Chhote Lal, was asked the reason for taking out the procession in a bullock cart, he said, ‘I wanted to show people how our ancestors used to take out processions and get married. Today this tradition is ending because of trains and people do not know about the old customs so I decided to take the procession in bullock cart. Dulha Chhote Lal works in the shooting team of films in Mumbai.
Barati seen doing traditional dance
A yellow cover was seen on the roof of all the bullock carts that came out in the procession. Not only this, the baraati was seen dancing to the folk dance instead of the DJ. During this, the barati was also seen dancing on the song ‘Kaun Disha Mein Leke Chala Re Batohiya…’ from the film Nadiya Ke Paar. When the baraatis were asked about this, they said that there is a lot of joy in the procession and when the prices of petrol and diesel are touching the sky, we also want to send a message through it.
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