US Teacher Arrives India To Marry Indian Facebook Boyfriend
“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope, There is never a time or place for true love. It happens accidentally." What could be more romantic to an Indian origin Pawan Kumar when a US woman came to India to get married to him whom she met on Facebook.
Emily Wollin, a former teaching assistant at the University of North Dakota, US, met Pawan Kumar who works in a handloom factory in Punjab's Amritsar city, seven months ago through online Social media networking site Facebook. According to reports, the couple started a conversation on Facebook messenger and later exchanged their numbers on Whatsapp.
Emily was impressed by Pawan looks and his helping nature felt the love on him and she came to India and proposed him after meeting him in person. Luckily, Pawan's parents, who also had a love marriage accepted their son's decision and liked their bride, Emily too.
The wedding was conducted in a traditional Indian bridal dress, where Emily wore Mehendi, chuda and pink-colored suit and got married according to Punjabi traditions. The couple unique wedding video is gone viral and getting praised from all over the world.
Emily stated that she is ready to stay in India as she likes Punjabi culture and she would love to be with Pawan and cook for him. But she says that the decision is left to Pawan. Finally, the lovely couple proved the phrase - "Love has no culture, boundaries, race and religion. It is pure and beautiful like early morning sunrise falling in lake."
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