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A Diamond Merchant from Surat throws a mass wedding and fulfills dreams of fatherless brides.

Indian tycoon Mahesh Savani hosted a lavish wedding ceremony for the marriage of more than 200 fatherless brides and gave each…

By Administrator in Viral on December 28, 2016

Indian tycoon Mahesh Savani hosted a lavish wedding ceremony for the marriage of more than 200 fatherless brides and gave each one of them gifts worth lakhs of rupees. This 48-year-old diamond trader threw a mega-wedding ceremony for 236 fatherless brides who belong to lower middle-class families in Surat during the time of Christmas.

This mega event started on Thursday and ended on Sunday, where the brides were dressed in beautiful wedding attire with beautiful shining jewelry and wedding rituals performed in front thousands of guests. He has started this mass wedding ceremony since 2012, and he believes that giving away the daughter is the blessing of God.

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This Indian tycoon gave each bride a set of household items, including furniture, gold, expensive clothes, and cheque worth rupees 500,000 ($7,400), to let the brides begin a very happy married life.

wedding ritual

On Sunday, Mahesh Savani says that he has become a proud father to have performed ‘Kanya Daan’ for 700 girls so far. He also says,”I started an organization in 2008 when an employee working in my company died just a day before her daughter’s wedding. I have been sponsoring wedding to girls who didn’t have any social support than their father and each and every girl calls me papa and I have become their foster father.”

Weddings are not known for its giant ceremony cost. It is known, or the grand scale with multi-course feasts and huge tents arranged to entertain thousands of guests. It’s a big task for poor families. Mr. Savani has sponsored 151 brides whose fathers passed away in 2014. The Indian tycoon also added that my son and my cousin also got married in this mass wedding making a total of 238 couples tying a knot.

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