Rajo Verma with her five husbands who are all siblings. This Indian woman had a polyandry marriage. Photo/Cover Asia Press/Shariq Allaqaband
NEW DELHI – Rajo Verma (33) is a famous woman from origin India for having a marriage polyandry . She married five brothers, similar to the story of the Pandawa-Draupadi in the epic Mahabharata.
Polyandry marriages have long been banned in India. But the practice has deep roots in the country’s religious history. Therefore, polyandry is not taboo for Rajo, as quoted from News Break, Saturday (25/2/2023).
Every day, Rajo cooks and cleans the house and gives equal time to each of her husbands.
She said that there was never any jealousy between her five husbands–all of whom were siblings.
Rajo had already given birth to a boy whose biological father was unknown, and the polyandry family also did not want to know their son’s biological father.
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People turned their heads and furrowed their brows after witnessing the strange case of the polyandry marriage that Rajo lived happily in.
Early Rajo Married
Rajo lives in a village near Dehradun, Uttarakhand in India. Rajo did not attend school because he was ready to marry as soon as he hit puberty.
In 2009, the Verma family searched for Rajo in marriage to their 17 year old son, Guddu Verma.
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