Sikar News : Sikar Bride Attend The Exam In Govt Commerce College

After the fences , Bridal said – First I gave the exam, Then sit in the dolly


Laxman’s bride Priyanka Sharma, after the marriage, took an examination at Sikar’s State Commerce College. Then farewell in the doli.


Sikar. The daughters of the district are not giving importance to education but the message of education is also being given to the common man. Education is the first priority for any important work or big ritual of life.


Priyanka Sharma, who lives in Sadbhavar Mohalla of Laxmangarh town of Sikar district, also gave a similar message to the society on Thursday. Pawan Kumar Sharma and Neelam Sharma’s daughter were married on Wednesday.


The ferry ritual lasted till 5 p.m. on Thursday. After this he had to leave for the in-laws of the village, Beas, but when his time was for raising his dolly, at the same time his pundit Deendayal Upadhyaya Shekhawati University was examining MKM final.


The time of the examination was from seven to ten in the morning. Before sitting in the dolly, Priyanka came to the Government Commerce College located in Sikar and handed over the examination of M.Com’s EAFM third paper Indian banking system. After this Peer reached Laxmangarh.


Then completed the rituals going to the village of Beas in the in-laws’ village. Priyanka told Rajasthan that education is the only one that can make life happy. Not every family has to educate daughters but to be highly educated. Priyanka’s husband Mukesh coaches in Jaipur.


This daughter also gave the message after marriage

On one side Priyanka Sharma also gave a message of education on marriage, whereas on the other hand, the daughter of Jhunjhunun district Himani has done a unique job like this. Himani’s marriage took place with the son of Jatiya School teacher of Bisau Kamlesh Tirthwal.


After reaching in-laws, the mother-in-law showed her face to the daughter-in-law in the ceremony. At the same time, bride Himalayan handed over Rs 11 thousand to Jhunjhunu district collector Dinesh Kumar Yadav. This amount will be spent in girls’ education in the class of cotton in Jhunjhunun.

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