COVID-19 : Millennial getting married online

Millennial getting married online, With the coronavirus pandemic calling off weddings and postponing plans, couples have found new alternatives. Now lavishing weddings have been transformed into digital ceremonies over Zoom, Youtube, and Google Hangouts.


Susan Dang from Mumbai and Keerti Narang Millennial , a makeup professional of Bareilly met last year on an online platform and eventually fell in love. They dated for several months and finally decided to tie the knot on April, 19 this year. Little did they know, they would get married over the internet too.

Dang appeared on the screen from his parents’ home in Mumbai wearing a traditional turban fashioned out of his mother’s scarf. Keerti who lives in Bareilly, several miles away from him was wearing a beautiful lehenga of her mother’s wedding. They tied the knot in front of a ritual fire with a priest chanting hymns from Raipur in the presence of family and friends, all of whom joined the web meeting. They also danced on Bollywood hits and made this wedding a memorable one.


“Not in our wildest dreams did we Millennial imagine our wedding would turn out this unique”, said Dang, a competitive intelligence analyst based in Toronto.

However this is not the only case of couples tying Millenial knot online. Many more such couples used video conferencing apps to take a step ahead in their relationships.

It seems that this virus has helped achieve what the government has been trying to do for years. Instead of expensive destination weddings Millennial with hundreds of guests coming from jet planes, kith and kin are now blessings couple online.

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