The Power of Technology: How a Virtual Wedding Brought a Family Together

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Due to heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh, a family in Kotgarh, Shimla, was forced to conduct their daughter's wedding through video call.

The family had planned to have a traditional wedding ceremony with the groom's family traveling from Bhuntar in Kullu to Kotgarh. However, the inclement weather made it too dangerous for the groom and his family to travel. The rains had caused flash floods and landslides, damaging homes and roads. At least 31 people had been killed in the storms.

As a result, the wedding was held virtually with the bride and groom's families joining each other via video call. The bride, Shivani Thakur, was dressed in a traditional wedding gown, and the groom, Ashish Singha, was wearing a sherwani. The families exchanged vows and garlands, and the priest performed the religious ceremonies.

The family said that they were disappointed that they couldn't have the wedding they had planned, but they were grateful that they were able to celebrate their daughter's special day with her loved ones, even if it was from afar. They said that they were also relieved that the groom and his family were safe.

The wedding was a reminder of the power of technology to bring people together, even in the face of adversity. It was also a testament to the love and commitment of the bride and groom, who were determined to get married, even if it meant doing so virtually.


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