Astounding incidents occurs and create twist in social media podiums on daily basis. The recent charisma is to draw attention towards a Mardan bride asking for books as Haq Mehar. Booklover of Mardan Demands Books Worth 1 Lakh in ‘Haq Mehr’.
Brides are usually inclined to receive cash, property, or their favorite jewelry as Haq Mehr from their husbands, but you may have hardly heard about a bride asking for books instead. A similar out-of-the-ordinary event has happened in Mardan, where a bride has demanded books worth PKR100,000 as a Haq Mehr.
The Bride of Mardan is Envisioned to Mark an Example
In a shot to set an instance for others to follow, the bride has necessitated books instead of any other indulgence of life. A video clip of the bride is surfacing over media and is getting viral over the internet for all the right reasons. The few minutes video clips show Naila Shamal (the bride) saying that she demanded books of PKR100,000 as Ha Mehr from her husband at her wedding.
A bride Naila Shamal in Mardan KPK, Pakistan demanded books in Haq Mehr, worth 100k. The bride and the groom both are writers.
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Booklover of Mardan Demands Books Worth 1 Lakh in ‘Haq Mehr’
The urge of getting books was palpable as the bride and groom both are Ph.D. holders. Naila has a Ph.D. degree in Pashto and has married a man who is a Ph.D. lecturer himself.
Naila said in the video message,
“I have demanded books from my husband to condemn all other wrong customs and traditions. The ever-increasing inflation had already made the lives of people worse and has made it difficult for them to manage their expenses. Inflation bars us from buying such precious things. Every woman demands money and gold. But I demanded books because I am a writer and I want that we all should give maximum importance to the books”.
Well…we would appreciate the bride’s perception and her approach to eradicate deteriorating examples of ostensive expenses in the name of tradition.