..live in relationships for 50 years?
Sukhram and Rajputa Devi, who lived in Bhanpur village in Barabanki district, were in love when they were young. Sukhram was extremely poor at that time. They did not have enough money to marry Rajpata. After all, both of them decided to live without marriage.
Here is a tale of a live-in relationship of a tribal couple who stayed together for 50 years. Yes, after 50 years they have decided to tie the knot. Eighty-year-old Pabura Kher took ‘saat-pheras’ with his live-in partner 70-year-old Rupli on Sunday afternoon at Roopani village in Mandwa panchayat at remote Kotra block of the district. More than 150 people witnessed this occasion including their children and great grandchildren.
Most people in our country are uncomfortable listening to the word ‘live in relationships’, but a very unique case has emerged in a village in Uttar Pradesh. A marriage held in Bhanpur village in Barabanki district, the groom was 80 years old and the bride was 70 years old. This marriage is so discussed because the bride and groom are beloved lovers and were living together for 50 years in the bondage of marriage. In urban accent, these two were living in live in relationship. The discussion of this unique marriage is not only in the area, but also on media and social media.
This couple did not marry due to poverty
Sukhram and Rajpata Devi, who lived in Bhanpur village, were in love when they were young. Sukhram was extremely poor at that time. They did not have enough money to marry Rajpata. After all, both of them decided to live without marriage. During this period their family also increased. Sukhram and Rajpata Devi also had three sons and two daughters. In the race of life, both have never realized that they have not married. Today their children also have children.
Grandchildren becomes barati
A couple of months ago, both were sitting with their children in the house, Rajapatra expressed the desire that now his family is full. Now they are in the last stages of life. In such a situation, why not put a social stamp on the relationship of love. Children are ready to fulfill the wishes of Rajapatya. He prepared father Sukhram for marriage at this age. After this, both of them were married in a very splendid manner. In this marriage, the sons and daughters of the bride and groom, the grand grandson became Barati with the villagers.
Villagers also took part in this unique wedding. On this marriage, the villagers say that Rajpatha and Sukhram have made true love. They have set a precedent for love.