Pakistan girl, Amna Safik, 22, of Rawalpindi to Nepal last month to get married to Sudin Acharya, 23, whom she met on Facebook two years ago.
Amna Safik, who is an IT engineering student and Sudin Acharya who works as an overseer, tied the knot in the court in the presence of Judge Prakash Prasad Pandit and Acharya’s parents.
Amna Safik, 22, filed her marriage application with Pakistani citizenship, educational certificates and a recommendation from Baglung Municipality-12, she told she is marrying with consent of her parents who could not attend the ceremony.
While parents of groom Sudin Acharya, were present at the marriage ceremony.
Judge Prakash Prasad Pandit said, “It’s a unique marriage; a love story like no other.” He added, in most cases of inter-religion marriages, either the bride or the groom decides to convert to their significant other’s religion.
However, this wasn’t the case for the Hindu groom and the Muslim bride.
Both groom, Sudin Acharya and bride, Amna Safik said, “We will not ask or force each other to convert one’s religion to another. We both will practice our own religions.”