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RESPECT – Komal made her baraat wait to take her final board examination

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Kanpur, March 12: A girl in Kanpur took her last High School Board exam and her action warrants a lot of respect.

Dressed in her bridal red saree with a ghunghat (veil), Komal entered the examination hall and sat on the of her exam hall on Wednesday morning. A few hours after her vidayi ceremony, she decided to go and take her last board exam of class 10th in Mahoba district of Kanpur. The rituals after the marriage were put on wait and the the baraatis waited for her.

It took her three hours to complete the paper after which she rushed back to marriage venue, where her husband and other guests were waiting.

Student of class X, Komal’s marriage to Rajiv Sen of Kabrai was scheduled for March 8. Her last exam was on March 9 morning. She was all prepared for the exam and did not want to miss it.

“Not appearing for last paper could have ruined my efforts of the entire year,” said Komal.

When her parent’s told Groom Rajiv’s family about the exam schedule, they gave her the freedom to follow her decision and go to the exam hall, right in the middle of her marriage ceremony.

“I appreciate her passion for education. Everything else could wait. It was a tough time for her but she pulled it off.,” said her groom, Rajiv.

Her friends praised her husband and in-laws for supporting Komal’s wish.

Komal’s childhood friend Kaashri said that there was no time for her to change and she was yet to conclude `bhanware’ rituals hence she went to the exam hall in the bridal dress.

All the credit goes to her husband and in-laws, who allowed her to appear in the examination, she added.

Well, cheers to this young girl who certainly seems to know how to follow her heart without compromising her family life. A round of applause for the groom too who surely seems like the right choice. We hope a lot of girls in the country get this freedom to take charge and live life by their rules.

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