A bride-to-be is celebrating her marriage to her new husband.
But some of her closest friends are struggling with a new problem.
The couple are taking the ceremony to the next level with a live-streaming wedding that will be broadcast on Facebook and other social media platforms.
Rajeev Kumar, a 25-year-old, is the groom.
He has just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
“I am just really happy to be getting married to someone who understands me better than anyone else I have ever met,” he told Al Jazeera.
“We are not going to be the biggest family in the world, but we will be the best.”
The wedding is going to have a huge impact on the lives of everyone in the family, as well as on the community.
“For me, the most important thing is that my family, the friends, the people in the community, the whole community can see that we are doing it for each other.”
It’s a beautiful day, but it’s not what I expected.
“Rajeesh Kumar, another bride-of-two, is also a professional musician and singer.
He told Aljazeera that he had a nervous breakdown when he first started the process of getting married.”
But I have since learnt to be a better person, a better husband and a better father, and it has made me a stronger person,” he said.
The wedding will also be streamed live on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and other platforms.
A Facebook page has been set up to track the wedding day and social media accounts have been set to record the event.”
When you start out as a musician you know how to have the best live performance.
But if you are not good at that, you have to start over,” said Rajeev, who is currently in his second year as a professional music musician.
The ceremony, which is taking place on the fourth floor of the Taj Mahal, is being broadcast live on social media from the venue.
It will be a big day for the community as a whole, said Rajeesh.”
Everybody is going crazy, but they are just so grateful that this day is going on,” he added.