The Indian state banned the “luxury” weddings
The Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir banned “luxury” wedding, reports Zee News.
In particular, from 1 April 2017 the maximum number of people the marriage ceremony should not exceed 500 from the bride’s side and 400 from the groom. Engagement is permitted up to 100 guests. In addition, it is forbidden to add to send invitations sweets and dried fruits.
In addition, any private, public, and governmental activities is not allowed to use loudspeakers and fireworks.
Thus local authorities hope to put an end to excessive costs and use of necessities.
Earlier it was reported that the Indian policies of Janardhana Gali Reddy arranged for Brahmani daughter’s wedding for 5 billion rupees (about $74 million).