Mira brought up both daughters after her husband’s death.
Meera, daughter of Nethrana village near Rajasthan, was married to Mahabir Machra in Jandwala Bagad village of Bhattu Kalan area of Fatehabad. Time passed and Mahabir Machra and his father also died. Meera was alone in the house. Not only this, see the irony, even in Meera’s Pehar, her father Joram Beniwal had already died. Meera’s only brother was left, Santlal, who became a saint as he was unmarried, and after his death, his mausoleum was built in the village. Meera has two daughters Meenu and Sonu, who were brought up by Meera Devi.
daughters were married on wednesday
Meera Devi has married her daughters in village Bangaon and village Birmi Patta near Rajgarh in Rajasthan. Now there was no one to weave rice in Pihar, so she went to her brother’s tomb located in village Netrana and there she weaved rice after applying tika. During this the entire Netrana village gathered there.
Meera gets emotional after seeing Bhatis
The villagers of village Netrana unitedly decided that the people of the entire village would go to fill the rice of Meera, the daughter of the village. On Wednesday, when Meera was waiting for Bhatis, a large number of vehicles had arrived to have rice. While Meera got emotional seeing the people of her village, her daughters Meenu and Sonu had tears in their eyes. There was an emotional atmosphere all around regarding this unique rice. Each and every villager of village Netrana gave rice as per their wish and the surrounding villagers including village Jandwala Bagad also could not stop praising this unique rice.
700 Indians gathered
In the marriage of Meera Devi’s daughters, 700 men and women from Nethrana gathered in large numbers. The people of village Jandwala Bagad were also continuously welcoming the Bhatis. Meera took about five hours to welcome and criticize the Bhatis. The villagers of Netrana present on the spot told that although the whole village wanted to come to this rice, but there should not be much crowd, so we have come to the village with our own means.
The whole village was ready for Meera
The people of village Netrana told that even though Meera’s family is not in the village, but the whole village has been ready for Meera. Today, he is very happy to fill the rice of his nieces.
Report- Jaspal Singh, Fatehabad
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