Madikeri: Bride rushes from marriage hall to appear for competitive exam!


Daijiworld Media Network - Madikeri (MS)

Madikeri, Nov 22: People at an exam hall here were witness to a unique sight on Sunday November 22. Amidst tense faces and students chanting last minute prayers was a decked up bride, all set to answer her paper!

Generally bride and bridegroom set aside all their jobs pending to be done after marriage. However, this newly married woman rushed to the examination center in bridal wear as soon as the marriage rituals were over, to answer competitive exam.

The examination was being held in government junior college of the city for various posts of DCC bBnk of Kodagu. Swati, a resident of Ashokapuram extension in the city, was the centre of attraction as she appeared for the examination in bridal attire.

Swati's marriage was scheduled for November 22. However, the same day was fixed for the competitive examination to be held for various positions in Kodagu DCC Bank. Swati hence had no other option but to go through the marriage ritual as well as take the examination. She rushed to the examination centre immediately after the marriage.

There were two muhurats for the marriage. One was between 6 am to 7 am while the other was at 12 noon. Initially it was decided to hold the marriage at 12 noon muhurat. However, due to the exam, the same was finished at 7 am so that Swati could rush to the examination centre.

Swati said, "I have been preparing for the examfor a year. So I was hell bent on appearing for it. There was a little pressure as it was my wedding day. But no one gets such an opportunity."

Swati's husband Suresh expressed full support for her decision to take the exam on their wedding day, and even escorted her to the exam centre. "We can get married anytime but exams will not wait for us. So I myself escorted her to the examination hall," he said.

 

  

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    In such a commotion she would not be able to answer the exams well but such abnormal acts will surely disturb other students concentration.

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    Why we as a community have an opinion for everything happens around us. It is ones individual decision whatever he/she wants.. Just a thought.. It is just a piece of news and can be treated like that..

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  • Roshan, Mangalore / Abu Dhabi

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    In Jobless India people are frustrated and even on their wedding day too there is no second thought to take competitive exam. Still andh bhaktas chant modi modi....

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  • Jagdish, mumbai

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    Thank god as a indian you have job in abudhabi.....when you will come back to jobless india bro.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    First of all congratulations to the newly wed couple.May be a it is a good sign a wink of her luck to get a post in Bank ,that both timing were on same day ,including muhurat .Best wishes.

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  • Roshan Patrao, Traffic Warden, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Such things happen with persons not knowing what their priorities are. If only she had known that marriage can wait, but exams cannot, she could have answered the exam without any stress and entered into wedlock at leisure.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    Roshan Patrao, Traffic Warden, Mangalore

    I 100% agree with you...
    She should have finished the competitive exam first and then arranged marriage some other day.
    I fear, exam and marriage preparation may not complement each other....

    Anyway, god bless her and hope she will score well in the exam

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Very soon she will become a Bank Manager ...

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  • Wilfred J. Lewis, Matpady-Brahmavar/ New York, USA

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Intelligent bride. Within minutes of her marriage she figured out what was needed her to support her entire life.

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  • Wilfred, Karnataka

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    This is a show , to create record and divert mind

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  • El En Tea, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Why so hurry burry in wedlock as she knows her educational exams are going on

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  • Ivan Frank, MANGALURU

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Very lucky she had two muhuruts.

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  • Shetty, Kudla

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    To compete with the life after marriage, she needs to clear this competitive exam. As jossey said, set priorities right.

    All the best Swati.

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  • Basil D'souza, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    Preparing to the best for the future... well-done.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    She knows her Priorities ...

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  • CA girishkk, M'lore/DXB

    Sun, Nov 22 2020

    There may be some fixing...

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  • Ann Pinto, Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 23 2020

    Why pen negative thoughts instead of appreciation. Wishing the bridal couple all the best for the future.
    They are role models for all, the young & the old, in setting their priorities right in this pandemic situation.

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