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Puttur: Mother dies during concluding moments of daughter's marriage


Daijiworld Media Network - Puttur (SP)

Puttur, Apr 21: In a tragic incident which happened at Uppinangady on Thursday April 20, the mother of the bride who took part with enthusiasm in the rituals, died of cardiac arrest when the last ritual of the function was under way.

Varija (40), wife of Taniyappa from Ekkalike in Piligoodu Ajira near Uppinangady witnessed her daughter's marriage before succumbing to heart ailment.

 

Varija's daughter's marriage was held with a youth from Kanchinadka in Mogru village on Thursday at Sri Guru Raghavendra Math hall at Nekkilady. After all the rituals, the last ritual of handing the bride over to the groom was in progress when Varija suddenly experienced searing pain in her chest and collapsed to the ground. Although she was immediately admitted into a private hospital at Uppinangady, her life could not be saved.

It is gathered that Varija had suffered from heart-related problem in the past and undergone surgery. She was advised another surgery but because of financial problem, it was postponed. Varija's husband, Taniyappa, is differently abled and works as cooly to look after his family. Out of one daughter and two sons, one of the sons has stopped schooling midway to help family by working as cooly. The only daughter of the couple was married off on Thursday and the mother left for heavenly abode in the dying moments of the function.

 

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  • Cynthia, Moodbidri

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    This is the real India , the Bollywood stars and few greedy industrialist doesn't count here , and they look like sick Indians

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    May Her Soul Rest in Peace.

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    Its pathetic that a son of a coolie, ends up as a coolie in life. The day we help the needy like this young man who had to abandon his studies, our nation will prosper.

    Someone please hire him for limited work so that he can continue studies on correspondence course so that a generation will be lifted up from poverty. Else, with no mother and sisters around to look after the both men, the family may go in alcoholic or other addiction and possible destruction.

    RIP Vijaya.

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    effect of gareebi hatao...which still sustsin from long seventy years.
    it shows results all over. only looted under caption of securalism for long.
    changes will started to occur from 2022...onwards. people started.to understand meaning of governance...because head of nation never favour his own family or clan.

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    What is there that India did not achieve in 70 years that will be achieved in 5 years ? Be practical, gentleman, I am a daughter of illiterate parents, I have out of self striving reached the stage of writing this to you. Had I been like the majority of Indian population, I too should have been placing my thumb impression like my parents did wherever a signature is required.

    Self confidence and determination is what required, not a different government and of-course coordination/cooperation among citizens to help each other - not jealousy and hatred. Mark my words, you will continue to say the same thing after five more years too, that you have been saying since three years - its not easy to change what has been for 70 years.

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  • Benn Dsouza, Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Apr 22 2017

    @Dev kumar,Mangalore,you always blame govt.for everything in the past.Govt.cant be blamed for everything.You self are (MEAN NOT YOU)responsible for directing your life in right direction.I too am not from a rich family.My mother too was a daily wager,had a tough life,but wanted that her children shouldnt end like her ,and managed to send me to school with lot of problems you cant imagine.It depends on parents to guide children.Now your so called mahatma Govt,lets see what our future generation is going to achieve.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    Peace be with you ...

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  • Raghavendra m k, mumbai maharastra..

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    may be her last wish that to see the her daughter's happy marriage,RIP

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    where did our billionaries contribute there money...?? why not it reach to needy people...?? why still people die on account of money..?? when will all childrens.will go to school properly and lift there family..to respected.place.
    what happened is not good. looks like all ritual finished before her collapse.
    may be mother prayed to god to look after daughter's marriage ceremony.
    people who are going to die..comes to know.before hand..if any wishes are lacking for which god is also made provision...if asked.in deep.

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  • amarnath shetty, Bantwal

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    RIP

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