Watch: A Gujarati couple marries in Spiti Valley at minus 25 degrees

Typically, when we think about destination weddings in India, we picture locations like Kerala, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaipur. These days, every couple hopes to make their wedding special and unforgettable by planning a glamorous ceremony. In this digital age, pre-wedding photoshoots, which were uncommon a few years ago, are now commonplace.

Numerous couples have been seen taking romantic photos in beautiful settings before to getting married. However, a Gujarati couple who was married in the snow-covered Spiti Valley in the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh has already overdone the wedding festivities.

Ajay Banyal, an HP Government official, posted some glimpses of the unusual marriage on X (formerly Twitter). According to the information in the caption, the bride had always wanted to be married in the foothills of the Himalayas. The event planners and organizers may find it challenging to set up the pavilion in subzero temperatures. The venue for the event was Murang Village, which is located in the Lahul and Spiti district’s Udaipur tehsil.

“A marriage like this too!” was the caption on the X post. Because of their girlfriend’s intransigence, a loving pair from Gujarat traveled to Spiti and decorated the pavilion in the very cold 25 degree weather. This is an unprecedented instance. In Murang, Spiti, an unusual marriage was consummated today, February 26. Here’s an illustration of a destination wedding.

The film begins in a misty setting with snow-capped mountains around the valley. The bride emerged out a Mahindra Thar and was spotted smiling for pictures, clearly thrilled. A few of the couple’s relatives made an appearance at the function wearing cozy winter attire. They continued to applaud as the recentlyweds gave each other a sweet embrace after being married.

Fans on social media have various reactions to the message. Some people believe that social gatherings like this might ruin the Himalayan region’s natural beauty, while others applauded the couple for having the guts to plan a marriage in a strange place like Spiti Valley.

Given that vacation weddings of this kind are rather popular in Switzerland, a commenter jokingly surmised that the bride may have stolen this concept from the folks there.

“I hope they have cleared and cleaned everything after their drama,” said a second person.

The pair came under fire from a spectator who said, “They are destroying the natural beauty of mountains.” Pollution and needless hurry for the sake of reels

Over 28,000 people have seen the video on the microblogging platform.

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