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9-Day Bazaar Market Where Ladies Can Go to Buy Bachelors to Marry.

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An internet discussion was ignited by the discovery of a market where single men gather in the hopes that single women will purchase them and marry them.
The price of a man is based on his educational credentials and his family history. Women bring their families to the market to look at the men’s backgrounds and educations before picking which man will best meet their requirements.

The Saurath Mela, also known as Sabhagachhi, is a groom market that can be found in the Madhubani district of the state of Bihar in India.

It is said that men wait under the pipal trees in the market for nine days for the spinsters to make their choices.

 

It is said that Raja Hari Singh, a member of the Karnat dynasty, began the annual practice, which has reportedly been going on for over 700 years, with the intention of assisting women in finding the appropriate mate from a variety of social and cultural backgrounds.

It is said that engineers, doctors, and government officials are the most sought after, and their families demand significant dowries from any lady who wants to buy them, despite the fact that the practice of paying dowries is illegal in India.

Because the woman’s family is in charge of the transaction, she has very little input into the selection and purchase of the bachelor. This is because the family needs to strike a balance between the bachelor’s suitability and their ability to pay for him.

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