JAIPUR: As Rajasthan becomes deformed under biased sex, it is more difficult for young people to get a girlfriend on their own. However, there is hope for these young people who can buy a wedding at 50,000 Rs 1 lakh.
This trend is steadily increasing in the rural and semi-urban areas of the region, including Hadauti Kota, Bundi, and Jhalawar Baran. Surprisingly, prosperous communities like Mahashewari, Baniya, Jain and Bhramin go for such marriages.
These marriages are fixed by “resellers” who keep an eye on the canvas the complements that do not marry.
They provide the youth and the family of the woman in exchange for a beautiful amount.
“A bride is available for Rs 50,000 to 1 lakh,” she said as a whole, assuring “no risk” in this type of alliances.
Nothing is illegal and illegal in marriages in which the child’s parents and the child are willing to do so, he said.
Most brides are purchased from Madhya Pradesh (MP), Jharkhand and Bihar. But “brides bought” are also available in Rajasthan, said everything.
He said he had repaired a number of such agreements in the Hadouti region. Namichand (fictitious name), 42 years old Baniya community who works as an accountant in a private company in Bundi could not find a girlfriend in their community.
Finally, he bought a Jharkhand wedding two years ago. The couple leads a happy life with their one-year-old son.
“I wanted a family for me and when I could not have married in my community, I bought one for Rs 1lakh,” Namichand said, asking what is wrong.
Similarly, Ramesh Sharma (35) (name changed), a teacher at a private school in Bundi, bought a bride Madhya Pradesh for a price of 75,000 rupees.
In the search for a bride, Ramesh came in contact with the vendors who arranged their marriage with a small daughter P. there three months.
In rural and semi-urban areas of the districts of Kota, Bundi, Baran and Jhalawar, prosperous young communities are going to “get married.”
“In Bundi, around 20 to 25 welloff brides families were selling for their children,” said Suresh Chittora, a businessman.
Communities such as Baniya, Maheshwari, Jain, Somani Sogani, etc., face a shortage of girls.
Although fears about the credibility of “wives bought” are still widespread among the groom’s family, since in some cases, brides have fled with valuables after a few days of marriage.
There are a few months, a family in Jaipur bought a bride for Rs 1.25 lakh. But after about three months, he ran with jewelry and other valuables, said a professor at a government school.
Most of the girls come from poor villages in MP, UP, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Bihar because their families need money; Despite the prevalence of the dowry system in the northern states of India, men are willing to pay a woman.