'Love never dies': Assam man 'marries dead girlfriend'; Video Viral

Reportedly, a 27-year-old named Bitupan Tamuli married his dead girlfriend, Prathana.

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'Love never dies'; a man from Assam turned this quote literally true when he married his dead girlfriend in front of the camera. The heartbreaking footage has taken the internet by storm with netizens talking about the Assam man dead girlfriend video. As per reports, a 27-year-old named Bitupan Tamuli married his dead girlfriend, Prathana. Prathana reportedly died due to her illness at a private hospital in Guwahati on Friday. Not just this but Bitupan even pledged that he will not marry anyone else ever.

In the Assam man marriage dead girlfriend video, it can be seen the 27-year-old man marrying his dead girlfriend. In the video, the man can be seen applying vermilion on the forehead and cheeks of his dead girlfriend, Prathana. Furthermore, the video shows the man sitting right next to his dead girlfriend. He has even put a garland around her neck and another on himself. Reportedly, Subhon Bora, who is a relative of Prathana, was quoted by a local media outlet saying that she had suddenly fallen sick beyond recovery. After the marriage, the video of the heart-rending ceremony was shared on Youtube, and ever since then, it has been spreading like a wildfire.

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'Marriage with dead person'

For the unversed, marrying a dead person is highly unusual, however, it is not first of a kind incident. A highly-unusual tradition called Pretha Kalyanam', or 'marriage of the dead' is still kept alive by a few communities in Karnataka as well as in parts of Kerala. "For those who are not accustomed to traditions of Dakshina Kannada this might sound funny but it’s a serious tradition here," Youtuber Anny Arun wrote in a Twitter thread that went viral earlier this year. "For those who died in childbirth, they are usually married off to another child who is deceased during the childbirth," he explained.

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