Shivangi Joshi, Dhar city Magistrate got married to Aniket Chaturvedi, an Indian Army Major currently posted in Ladakh, in a simple ceremony on Monday. The couple hails from Bhopal.,delhi-horse-race-live
Their wedding had been fixed two years ago, however, it got postponed as she has been serving as a Covid warrior ever since the pandemic began. The couple discussed with their families and decided to get married in court to send a message to the society of not spending money on lavish wedding ceremonies.,soccer-poster
ballarat-tennis-holiday-program,Joshi and Chaturvedi got married on Monday after depositing Rs 500 in court. Only garlands and sweets were arranged for the ceremony.
ultimate-basketball-gm-online-file,The wedding was attended by a few family members and some staff members. Collector Alok Kumar Singh, ADM Saloni Sidana and other staff members were also present.
"Don't spend extravagantly at weddings, that's why we got married like this," Joshi told the media. She said that spending lavishly not only puts pressure on the bride's family but it is also a misuse of hard-earned money.,best-offensive-soccer-formation
basketball-sports-event,After their marriage, the newlyweds reached the Dhareshwar temple and took blessings from Lord Dharnath.
In another incident, a bride and groom asked a group of their wedding guests to clean the dishes as they "blew" most of their budget on an expensive venue and the bride's gown.,ice-hockey-queensland-esportsdesk