Visually impaired tie the knot
Jalandhar, February 13
“Love is blind”, however not for this visually impaired couple, who obtained married on Sunday. Lovepreet Singh and Bani Gurleen say that love has given them eyes and enabled them to see what others fail to notice.
Whereas Lovepreet of Jalalpur village of Begowal is a music trainer at Authorities Major Faculty, Khambra, Bani is doing BEd from Lyallpur Khalsa Faculty right here and is an IAS aspirant.
Each of them have been associates and had come throughout one another via numerous associations and participation in conventions.
“Since Lovepreet is well-versed with tech devices and particular softwares, Bani used to take his assist every time she encountered a bother of their use. Lovepreet at all times had an answer to her drawback. That’s how they began to know one another, obtained fine-tuned and started to get pleasure from one another’s firm. We too felt that each have been impartial sufficient to steer a cheerful life collectively. When the wedding proposal was initiated, either side gave the consent to it,” mentioned Bani’s father Sukhvinder Paul Singh Arora.
Flaunting fashionable sun shades, each have been wearing pink as their marriage was solemnised at a wedding palace right here on Jalandhar-Hoshiarpur highway. Bani’s mom Meenu Arora expressed her apprehensions, “Earlier than the marriage ceremony was to happen, I used to be a bit nervous, however everybody was so supportive. As ‘anand karaj’ was to be carried out at Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Mannequin City, right here, everybody, together with the gurdwara workers, cooperated with us and instructed the couple to not sit down and stand up after each ‘phera’, which is the traditional ritual, and simply hold standing. As they have been to take the 4 rounds, their cousins lent them assist and gave them instructions, owing to which every little thing went very properly.”