- Samarth Mourya bonded with three women in the same mandap after 15 years of cohabitation
- He has six children with the three wives
- The incident was reported in Alirajpur district, Madhya Pradesh.
The man has six children with the three women, all aged between 30 and 35. The children also participated in the wedding rituals which lasted three days.
The unusual wedding took place on Sunday.
Samrath Mourya, a former village Sarpanch in Nagpur, became the talk of the town as people wondered if a man from a tribal community could marry more than one woman at a time.
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“At this time I cannot say whether marrying more than one woman in a tribal community is legitimate, but tribes have their own customs and rituals and we respect them,” said Raghwendra Singh, District Collector of Alirajpur. YOU.
“In accordance with customs and rituals, I took ‘here’ with the three women in the same mandap,” Mourya said.
He added that the community would now allow them to participate in all community rituals at the temple. The marriages of his children would also be celebrated according to the traditions, he said.
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