Ramakanta Biswas

At a time when the marriage of twin identical sisters from Maharashtra with the same man is making headlines, another twin siblings from West Bengal also hogged the limelight for their marriage.   

However, unlike the Maharashtra twin sisters, the siblings in West Bengal tied the nuptial knot with twin brothers. The marriage was solemnised at Kurmun village in East Burdwan recently.

As per reports, the twin sisters-Arpita and Paramita-got married to twin brothers Luv Pakre and Kush Pakre on Monday, December 5. It was the wish of the twin sisters to get married in same family and their wish was finally fulfilled with the solemnisation of the marriage with the twin grooms.

As per the report published in India Today, the quartet wore matching wedding outfits as well on the wedding. At the time of marriage, both the grooms were seen wearing Punjabi attire (blue colour). 

Recently, two sisters, both IT professionals, tied the nuptial knot with the same man in Solapur district of Maharashtra. Pinky Padgaonkar and Rinky Padgaonkar got married to Atul Uttam Autade on December 2.  

However, the groom landed in soup soon after the marriage as a non-cognizable offence under IPC section 494 was registered against him.

Later, unconfirmed reports suggested that Avtade was already a married man and his first wife raised objections to her husband's new 'double-liaison' with the techie-twins. However, no confirmation has been received from the police.