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  • A young man came to Manawar to marry from 10 thousand km away, said the culture of India, the food of Nimar is tremendous

Nilesh Jain, ManOne hour ago

Upatna (turmeric) ceremony was performed on Saturday. During this, the newlyweds were seen dancing.

These days a marriage is being discussed fiercely in Madhya Pradesh’s Manawar. About 10 thousand kilometers away, a young man from Australia has come to marry a girl here. This marriage is going to happen on 18 December i.e. Sunday. Ash Honschild, who lives in Brisbane, Australia, will marry Tabassum Hussain of Manawar.

Both will be married according to Indian customs. There is great enthusiasm among the people here to welcome the foreign groom. The love story of both started when Tabassum went to Australia to study.

Court marriage in Australia on 2 August
Tabassum’s brother Rehan Hussain said that Ash Honschild had done a court marriage abroad with Tabassum on 2 August 2022. After this Ash came to India to meet our family. During this, he was greatly influenced by the culture, food and hospitality of India. After this, they decided to get married here with full custom. Ash has come to Manawar with his mother Jennifer Parry. Tabassum is survived by parents, three sisters and two brothers. Two of these sisters are married. At the same time, his mother Jennifer Parry is in Ash’s family.

Groom Ash liked Poha-Jalebi and Dal-Bafle
Ash, who came from Australia, told that he liked Nimar’s food very much. He said that I liked Poha-Jalebi and Dal-Bafle very much. The taste of food in India is very good. Will taste the rest of the food too. Ash said that I have traveled to many countries. This is my second visit to India. India is the most vibrant, colorful and most beautiful country. He said that Manawar is the most welcoming and loving city.

Ash has come to Manawar with his mother Jennifer to marry Australia.  Here both are getting married according to Indian customs.

Ash has come to Manawar with his mother Jennifer to marry Australia. Here both are getting married according to Indian customs.

Tabassum’s father does cycle repairing
The girl’s father Sadiq Hussain, who lives in Manawar’s Patel Colony, has a small bicycle repair shop at the bus stand. Sadiq said that in the year 2016, Tabassum had received a scholarship of Rs 45 lakh from the MP government for higher education studies. A year later, in 2017, Tabassum went to Brisbane, Australia to study. Here in the year 2020, he got about 74 lakh rupees as scholarship from a German company. Presently Tabassum is working as Senior Manager in the same company.

Aish and Tabassum's marriage ceremony took place on 17th December.  Many events like Haldi and Mahila Sangeet took place in it.

Aish and Tabassum’s marriage ceremony took place on 17th December. Many events like Haldi and Mahila Sangeet took place in it.

fell in love during studies
Tabassum told that after getting the scholarship, she went to Brisbane for studies. Ash and I both studied in the same school. Ash was senior, I was his junior. Both fell in love during their studies. Tabassum said that her mother Julukha had thought that I would not marry. But as soon as she came to know about Ash, she became happy. Then gradually the word reached other family members and we got married. Tabassum narrating the story of his love said that Aish had proposed to me. I could not say no to him and we got together.

After getting into the relationship, Ash and Tabassum had a court marriage in Australia on August 2 this year.

After getting into the relationship, Ash and Tabassum had a court marriage in Australia on August 2 this year.

Ash told the difference between Australia and India
During a conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Ash told the difference between the culture of Australia and India. He said that in foreign countries we have to prepare for marriage ourselves. But in India, relatives together make all the preparations. In foreign countries we do not get rest during marriage. On the other hand, in India, the bride and groom get a lot of comfort. After this he said that although both the countries have their own importance. After marriage, both will return on December 21.

Ash and Tabassum's wedding card.

Ash and Tabassum’s wedding card.

Goat rearing plan after retirement
Ash and Tabassum told that they have decided that they will stay in India after retirement. Will do farming and goat rearing here. Both are currently doing PhD abroad. After completion of studies will come to Bangalore for training for 2 years.

Aish and Tabassum's photo during their trip to Australia.

Aish and Tabassum’s photo during their trip to Australia.

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