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Watch: Big fat 'dogs' wedding in Kaushambi district, over 5000 attend ceremony

Ghaziabad: In a bizarre incident, canines' unusual wedding witnessed a grand 'band baja and barat' in Pawara village of Kaushambi district of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. The canine wedding ceremony was attended by more than 5000 people who came dancing to the tunes of DJ.

The groom 'Shagun', who belonged to Basant Tripathy, tied the knot with bride "Shaguniya'. Shaguniya belonged to Jung Bahadur. 

The wedding was solemnised as per Hindu rituals in the Pawara village which welcomed the guest with full fervour.

Traditional Indian delicacies were served to the attendees, who came to witness the grand wedding function.

Jung Bahadur gave a tearful send off to Shaguniya, who departed along with her groom in a decorated car.

The jollification looks a tad bit too much, even by the standards of a human wedding in India.

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