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Puttur boy marries US girl in traditional Indian style

Puttur boy marries US girl in traditional Indian style

Mangalore Today News Network

Puttur, Jan 03, 2018: American bride, Caroline Margaret Rovli,  acquired the Hindu name ’Vishakha’ and married Vikram Kamath at Raghuvamsha Nivas in Puttur in DK.
On Sunday December 31, Vishakha in Indian traditional silk saree, tied the knot with Vikram through Sapta Padi and exchanging of garlands. Vikram, who accompanied her to his native place, married her with the help of his relatives.  Vikram Kamath from Mangaluru as an insurance company executive in US.


Caroline and Kamath met each other around four years ago and fell in love over the course of time.  As per Hindu traditions, the girl has to be entrusted to the care of the groom through ’Kanyadan’.

The bride’s parents were not present at the ceremony so, the couple Gopikrishna Shenoy and Radhika Shenoy took the role of Caroline’s parents and performed the  ’Kanyadan’ ritual.K Vishwas Shenoy and Shanti Shenoy received Caroline as their daughter-in-law.

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Asha Latha, Udupi Wed, January-3-2018, 12:20
Wish you both a Happy Married life .
Sameena Banu, Moodabidri Wed, January-3-2018, 12:19
What will be the reaction for this by the Bajarangi’s?
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