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'Virtual wedding' a hit in the times of coronavirus

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 22 April 2020
The lockdown has prompted many couples to try the idea of 'virtual wedding'. Avinash and Kirti had an online wedding which was virtually attended by 80 close friends & relatives. They also held an online Mehendi, a sangeet ceremony and the marriage which was performed according to the Hindu custom wherein a 'pandit' was chanting Hindu mantras on a video call.
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