Interminable wedding

This is a typical Gujarati wedding in India. The groom is on a bedizened horse-drawn carriage led around the streets, Bollywood 🌈 style, whilst relatives dance in front of him, stopping at each temple. He occasionally gets off his throne and shows them a few slick moves. The music plays loud enough to ensure that everyone knows there’s a wedding going on in town and, if they’re not invited, they’ll know that they’re really missing out. After three hours of this nonstop merriment, the groom gets to the location of the wedding itself. This gives the bride enough time to get ready and, if she’s not, he can do another lap.

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