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5 lakh guests in grand wedding ceremony, food will be served by tractor, 50 thousand people in queue

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The largest mass marriages are taking place in Rajasthan. Preparations for this wedding have been going on for about a month. This group marriage is proposed on May 26. For the event, which will be held in twelve cities, ovens have been running for five days and sweets and snacks are being made non-stop. Around five lakh guests are expected to attend the event. Accordingly the preparation is going on.

2200 couples were registered for group marriage

This program is being organized in the name of Sarvadharma Mukt Lagna Sammelan. 2200 couples have registered in this program. The work is going on for a month for this mass wedding. About three lakh kg of food items are being prepared for the people coming in this program. In which 800 quintals of Nukti, 800 quintals of chickpea flour sweets and 350 quintals of Namkeen have also been prepared. Along with this, 500 quintals of mangoes are being produced. Around 1500 quintals of puris and vegetables will be made from this evening. Annakoot is on 26th from 10 am to 6 pm.

A tractor trolley was used to keep the point

People will be served nukti, gram flour sweet, namkeen, curry and puri in the meal. A tractor trolley has been used to carry 800 quintals of Nukti made for the wedding. The tip is kept in a trolley with a plastic cover. Along with this Namkeen is also packed in a big polythene packet.

The cost of groceries is Rs. is more than 4 crores

Apart from Rajasthan, sweet makers from Madhya Pradesh have also been invited in such a big plan. A member of the organizing committee said that major suppliers have also been approached for the goods. The cost of groceries is Rs. is more than 4 crores. 300 quintals of sugar have been purchased from the sugar mills of Maharashtra. Apart from this, 1000 quintal lots have also been made available for the ceremony.

A 17 km pipeline was laid for water supply

1250 tonnes of desi ghee and 2500 tonnes of castor have been ordered. Food is prepared daily for many people including confectionery. Around 2000 employees are having morning and evening meals every day. Minister for Mining and Animal Husbandry Pramod Jain Bhaya said that 32 pandals have been set up to serve food to people. There are two pandals in front of each kitchen. In which food will be served. The pandal is 300 feet, which can seat around 50,000 people at a time. About 6,400 persons will be available to serve food. Apart from this, around 17 km long pipeline has been laid for water supply to the entire campus. About one crore liters of drinking water is being arranged in this entire program.