Groom Goes Bride-less For Not Solving Simple Mathematical Problems

Groom Goes Bride-less For Not Solving Simple Mathematical Problems.PakistanTribe.Com

Groom Goes Bride-less For Not Solving Simple Mathematical Problems.PakistanTribe.Com

KANPUR – Mathematics was not only a subject to go through in student life but it becomes the criteria for marriage as a bride walks out of wedding in Kanpur India when her groom fails to pass simple mathematics test, PakistanTribe learnt through international media reports.

According to details, a groom had to return home without his bride from a marriage hall in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur Dehat district after he failed to solve a simple mathematical problem.

The condition was imposed by the bride-to-be who got suspicious about educational qualification of groom.Her cousins asked the groom to solve simple mathematical question, what is 15+6. The groom failed to give the correct answer and the girl refused to marry him.

An Indian media outlet reported that “the groom Ram Baran had come from Etawah district to the marriage hall to marry Lovely, daughter of Mohar Singh. The two families and other villagers gathered at the venue.”

The groom was rejected for not solving the simple problem as he answered that 15+6 = 17 instead of 21.

Further reporting about this funny seen the media outlet states “Just as the wedding was about to be solemnised, the bride walked away saying she would not marry an uneducated person. The groom’s family tried to persuade her into going ahead with the ceremony but she refused to budge and walked out of the mandap.”

“Any class I student must be able to solve the simple problem asked by us. The family of the groom had kept us in dark about the youth’s qualification,” Singh said. “It was a very embarrassing situation for all of us as we had come with all preparations and it was a matter of social prestige as well. We have been cheated,” he added.

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