The bride of Rajasthan demanded to build a girls hostel in lieu of dowry of 75 lakhs.
Barmer | To promote girl child education, a bride in Rajasthan requested that the amount earmarked for her dowry be used for the construction of a girls’ hostel. Anjali Kanwar, daughter of Kishore Singh Kanod of Barmer city, married Praveen Singh on November 21. According to a report published in Dainik Bhaskar, Anjali contacted her father before marriage and told him that the money set aside for dowry should go in relation to the construction of the girls’ hostel. Kishore Singh Kanod agreed and donated ₹75 lakh for the construction as per his daughter’s wish. The move was being praised on social media. Rawat Tribhuvan Singh Rathore of Barmer shared a clipping of the news article on Twitter. (rajasthan bride dowry )
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— Tribhuwan Singh Rathore (@FortBarmer) November 24, 2021
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This use of dowry money is inspirational work
Reportedly, Anjali contacted Mahant Pratap Puri after the wedding rituals were completed and expressed her desire in a letter, which she read to the assembled guests. The announcement was welcomed by loud applause, and her father presented Anjali a blank check, asking her to pay the desired amount. Mahant Pratap Puri, the current head of Taratara Math, praised the initiative and said that setting aside money for the betterment of the society and talking about girls’ education at the time of Kanyadaan was an inspirational act in itself.
Appreciating this step ( rajasthan bride dowry )
According to the magazine, he also announced that Mr. Kanod had already announced a grant of ₹ 1 crore for the construction of a hostel on NH 68, but a sum of ₹ 50 to ₹ 75 lakh to complete the construction. Additional money was needed. This amount was provided with thanks to his daughter. This work is being appreciated in the society. ( rajasthan bride dowry )