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The fact that ‘Mama’, ‘Unke mama’ and ‘Mama Ke Mama’ are invited to the most prestigious event of everyone’s life makes Indian weddings the place where one can find the nowhere to be found, people. Yes, weddings are certainly the place where everyone is supposed to be part of celebration event called the destruction of lives and thus after ‘Kumbh Mela’, here the most number of parted people are supposed to be found, you know that ‘bichade hue Bhai’.

Well, the wars and Indian weddings also have striking similarities between both. Seems absurd, it isn’t actually.

1. Fitting together with the horses


Firstly, I don’t understand why the groom at first place makes the grand entry on horses like a royal prince. Dude, do you belong to some royal family? Well, I don’t think so. Secondly, I want to sympathize with the wedding horses as they have to walk at their slowest pace contrary to the warhorses who takes the lead in the battle.

2. Damage


When the lives of two people get destroyed it is a wedding, when lives of mass are destroyed it is war. When two families are crying it is a wedding when multiple families are crying it is war. However, crying and destruction are involved in both.

3. Similarities in Weapons used


The way guns are used at weddings is a lot hilarious. Have you observed the way gunshots are fired in the air? What do these people try to achieve? Do they want that people should eat gun powder instead of the food? Actually seems like!

4. Disputes


The reasons for dispute almost are cut to cut in both. Both function on the premise of money, property and power. Indian weddings are all about dowry, ego issues and power and the wars also involve all these factors.

The end product of both is A HUGE DESTRUCTION.


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Author- Neha Wadhwa
Design Credits-Anjali Sharma

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