They say love makes you cross oceans and an American woman recently proved it by flying from South America all the way down to India, after she fell for a young farmer in Hoshangabad. The boy, Deepak Rajput, is reportedly from Bisoni district in Sivni Malwa and met the lady, Jelly Lizeth, on Facebook. Jelly works as an officer at a women resource department in South America. Also Read - 2 People on Board Ahmedabad to Guwahati SpiceJet Flight Test COVID-19+, Crew Quarantined

The two started off as friends on Facebook from where they exchanged numbers and began chatting on WhatsApp Messenger which later gave way to mushy talks over regular phone calls. Flying down to India for a tour, Jelly has been in the country for two months now, during which the two found time to meet many times before finally tying the knot on Holi at Chitragupta Temple on the banks of the river Narmada. After completing all the rituals and customs integral to a Hindu wedding, the newly married played Holi, smearing each other playfully with colours. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Donates Rs 45 Lakh to CINTAA After Association Reaches Out to Sajid Nadiadwala For Help



Coming from South America’s landlocked country of Bolivia, Jelly has known Deepak for three years now. A B.Comm graduate, Deepak won Jelly’s heart by his perception of things and well spoken English. What started off as casual conversations slowly blossomed into love over long phone calls after which Deepak popped the question of marriage to which Jelly agreed. Deepak said that both their parents were happy with their union. Also Read - Lockdown 5.0 or Final Exit Plan? Centre Readies Roadmap to Fight Covid-19 From June 1 Onwards

Deepak shared, “We met three years ago on Facebook. From the past six months, we have been talking on WhatsApp and over phone calls. Jelly has been touring India for the past 2 months. She is highly impressed by the cultures and traditions of the place.”



On the other hand, Jelly said, “We met through social media and are now married. India is lovely.”

Anand Dubey, an advocate told, “Deepak came to me and told he wanted to get married to this woman from South America. We got their legal formalities completed at the court. Now they are married according to Hindu customs and rituals.”