Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Life and death are two sides of the same coin which are unpredictable. Death comes without any warning, leaving the near and dear ones devastated. However, what would be your reaction after knowing about the sudden death of a bride or groom during their wedding ?

Yes, such a devastating incident took place in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar. Surprisingly, the bride suffered a heart attack in the middle of her wedding rituals.

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As per media reports, the girl Hetal, daughter of Jinabhai Rathore, was present at her wedding venue in Subhasnagar area in Bhavnagar. The wedding venue was filled with guests and everyone was in a celebratory mood. Wedding songs were being played at the venue in the background while Hetal was super excited to tie the nuptial knot with Vishal, son of Ranabhai Butabhai Algotar of Nari village.

However, everything came to a standstill after Hetal reportedly felt dizzy and subsequently fainted. She was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital where the doctors declared her brought dead. Hetal suffered a heart attack while the wedding rituals were ongoing on the mandap. 

On the other hand, while Hetal’s family mourned her death, relatives proposed an alternative to ensure the wedding celebrations continued. 

Some relatives suggested Hetal’s family let the bride’s younger sister take her place and marry Vishal. Her family agreed to the proposal and continued the wedding rituals with Hetal’s younger sister. 

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Until the wedding ceremony was over, Hetal’s body was reportedly kept in cold storage. 

Maldhari Samaj leader and Corporator of Bhavnagar city Laxmanbhai Rathore expressed his sorrow and termed the incident as very sad. Further, he went on to say that even though the family was shocked by the death of their daughter, members of the society convinced them to set an example and not to send the groom empty-handed.