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Chitradurga: Free liquor offered, but with warning, in wedding invitation


Daijiworld Media Network – Chitradurga (EP) 

Chitradurga, Jun 19: An invitation card of a bride and groom hailing from Kotenadu near here is doing rounds for its unique design and content. 

Venkatesh and Divya are all set to tie the knot on June 19 at Veerashaiva Kalyna Mantapa, Challakere in Chitradurga. However, a picture of an alcohol bottle printed on their wedding invitation has caught everyone’s attention. The wedding party wanted to tell their guests that alcohol will be served free of cost. Meanwhile, they have also shown responsibility by printing a warning that consuming alcohol is harmful for health. 

The wedding hosts wanted to make sure that the guests are truly satisfied and will be arranging free liquor for their enjoyment post 8 pm. The name of the person who needs to be contacted for liquor is printed separately on the invitation. 

Though the liquor is arranged, the responsibility of warning the guests about the ill effects of alcohol is being appreciated.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    This is a most ridiculous wedding invitation card. I can't believe that someone would invite well wishers with such a card. I wish the couple a happy married life and have a peg on my behalf.

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    @ Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Very well said.
    Alcohol in limited quantity and certain days of the week is good but once started we fail to control ourselves and pegs start controlling us. Most of us fall victim and realize the second day !

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    This type of any invitation need to be banned which effects the social irony.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    dey r serving chivas regal.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Might be imported from Ras Al Khaima. You get offers where 12 years for AED 80.00 and 18 years one for AED 160.00!!!

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    but people wanted baang & surha paana.

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  • Jhule Lal, Derebail

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Marriage is ritual purity...where in in presence of god..two persons bind together forever. People now a days to entertain others and to make name for short while are doing difference. A simple marriage ceremony is essential having served all vegetable foods according to customs. Blessing of other's only motive behind.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Sir,
    Customs vary from people to people.
    Brahmins serve vegetarian food on wedding day.
    Muslims serve biriyani and Christians serve pork vindaloo. Do you think these marriages are not 'ritual purity'??
    I think every ritual where something has to be washed after the ceremony is 'impure'...logically!

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  • Jhule Lal, Derebail

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Why did printed logo of defaulter to who earlier government lend money and now watching cricket match in london. A man is more harmul than liquor. Only one man can bring back these people is none other than Mr.Sabka Vishwas.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Mera Karnataka Badal Raha Hai ...

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Don't wish to see my Karnataka and the rest of India, getting addicted to alcohol !!! Encountered too many broken families and destruction of precious lives !!! Avoid alcohol.... Stay healthy and wise !!!!

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  • Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    Dear brother Almeida,
    Alcohol in itself is not bad. It is used extensively in all the medications, be it allopathic, ayurvedic or homeopathic.
    In fact consuming one or two pegs two to three times a week is considered good for the heart according to a research (search on google)
    The only problem is most of the people do not know what is the limit and how often one should drink.
    Then the poor alcohol, which is in existence since the time of our forefathers who were hunters, is blamed for all the nonsense.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    This is a wise decision... it would have been wise, if they had avoided seving alcohol, due to the presence of family members, in the celebrations..... it is also a fact, that guests, tend to go for binge drinking, creating a nuisance of themselves......this has a very negative effects, especially on women and children !!!!!

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 20 2019

    If bride would drink alcohol then groom will know real danger of alcohol!

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