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When the bride’s father (in a turban) brought a plate full of notes, the groom’s father Brijmohan Meena refused to take the money.
This good news is from Bundi district of Rajasthan. Retired principal Brijmohan Meena has decided to have a relationship with his son in a village in Tonk district. He had an engagement on Tuesday. Its rituals were going on that the girl’s father put a plate full of carts of notes. Seeing this, Brijmohan Meena said that he does not want this money. All we need is a daughter. Having said this, he returned 11 lakh rupees as dowry. When people prayed for customs, they kept only 101 rupees as omen.
Brijmohan Meena lives in Piparwala village of Khajuri Panchayat. He had reached Solatpura village in Uniyara tehsil for the engagement of son Ramdhan. Ramdhan was to be engaged with Aarti Meena here. Meanwhile, the bride’s side gave him 11 lakh 101 rupees. Brijmohan Meena took a gift of Rs 101 out of this amount and refused to take Rs 11 lakh. Those present at the program praised him for this and appealed everyone to learn from it.
Bride said – father-in-law increased the honor of daughters
Aarti Meena of Tonk district is engaged to Brijmohan Meena’s son Ramdhan.
Aarti Meena, the bride is very happy with the decision of her future father-in-law. Aarti said that he has sent a message to the society by returning the dowry amount. This will increase the respect of daughters. Aarti B.Sc. After doing B.Ed. Is doing.
At the same time, Aarti’s grandfather Prabhu Lal Meena says that Samadhi Brijmohan Meena’s return of dowry money is a big inspiration for us. This is the first such case in Tonk, Bundi, Sawai Madhopur district. He gave a new inspiration to the society. It all needs to be adopted.
Retired Principal Brijmohan Meena lives in Piparwala village of Bundi.
(Report- Ashwini Sharma, Nanwan)