Indian couple make their wedding cashless at the cost of getting disowned
An Indian couple has taken the Digital India initiative way too seriously.
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Aanya and Suchit, a couple planning to marry each other this November, have found a novel way to make their wedding cashless and do their part for the government’s ongoing push to take various of its services online.
Instead of accepting the “blessings” (which means money enclosed in paper envelopes) as is the custom in Indian weddings, the couple has put a Paytm QR code on their wedding card that enables anyone to transfer money. The couple notes that this would help curb pollution. Read more…More about India, Culture, Wedding, People, and Watercooler
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