The longest Indian marriage on record is that of Karam and Kartari Chand, who celebrated their 90th wedding anniversary in 2018. The couple, who were both born in India, were married in 1928 in the small village of Lakhnauti in the Punjab region.

The couple met when Karam was just 14 years old and Kartari was 13. Karam’s family was from a higher caste than Kartari’s, and the two families had to overcome social and religious obstacles to get the marriage approved. Despite the challenges, the two were married in a traditional Hindu ceremony.

The couple moved to the United Kingdom in the late 1940s and settled in the city of Leicester. They had three children together, and Karam worked as a tailor while Kartari worked as a seamstress.

Throughout their 90 years of marriage, the couple remained devoted to each other and their family. They were known for their kind and generous nature, and were often seen helping their neighbors and attending religious services.

Karam and Kartari’s marriage is an inspiration to couples everywhere. Their commitment to each other and their family is a testament to the power of love and dedication. The couple’s 90th wedding anniversary was celebrated with a grand party attended by family and friends, and their story has been featured in newspapers and on television.

Although their marriage was not officially recognized as the longest Indian marriage, Karam and Kartari’s story is a reminder of the importance of marriage and the strength of true love.

By Influencer Magazine UK