During the nationwide lockdown amid coronavirus outbreak, everyone has been asked to stay indoors and practice social distancing. Amid the crisis, a couple from Maharashtra broke stereotypes and exchanged their wedding vows on a video call. Also Read - Promoting of ease of biz by Maharshtra cut time, cost for firms: CII

A man named Mohammad Minhajudd, who hails from Aurangabad, exchanged nuptial vows with a woman who hails from Beed through a video call. The digital wedding took place on Friday and the news of this unique wedding and exchange of vows on a video call is getting viral all over the Internet.



The groom’s father, named Mohammad Gayaz, revealed how the wedding date was finalized months ago before the coronavirus scare and how the family, which wanted the marriage to take place on the decided date, got together and took the decision for the couple to get married through a video call as there is a nation-wide lockdown and all the marriage halls and other religious places are closed.

Since one cannot have a gathering at any public place and everyone has been asked to stay at home in self-quarantine, this couple from Maharashtra decided to take the digital route for their wedding. The Qazi, named Mufti Anis ur Rehman, who performed the wedding rituals for the marriage, revaled that the wedding was hel with minimal amount in a simple way and both the bride and the groom’s families were very happy.



The deadly coronavirus outbreak has infected more than 3,000 people across India and more than 65 deaths have been reported so far. PM Narendra Modi has announced a nationwide lockdown amid the crisis to fight the pandemic.