Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout
Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout

Big fat Indian weddings: coronavirus pandemic’s latest casualty?

  • Millions of weddings are held every year in India, many being lavish, over-the-top celebrations that fuel an estimated US$50 billion industry
  • But social distancing and attendance limits in the age of coronavirus look to have made these huge community affairs a thing of the past, for now

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Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout
Hospitality professional Tehzeeb Behbahany, right, and her pilot fiancé Ozair were forced to change their wedding plans because of the pandemic. Photo: Kalpana Sunder / Handout
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