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May 26, 2018

24 YO Rajo who is married to 5 brothers and the reason is shocking

24 YO Rajo who is married to 5 brothers and the reason is shocking
Majority of us know about polygamy, a common understanding in which a male can take several spouses. However, in this small community in Uttarakhand, polyandry is practised. Polyandry is a matrimony arrangement, which allows a female to have more than one husband. This wedding structure was progressed as a practical technique of putting control over the population and stopping the separation of family possessions.
Polyandry might seem strange to the people who reside in big cities in the modern society, however, polyandry has been adopted for centuries in some Indian rural communities, where restricted farmland is obtainable for brothers.
As per this polyandry, a female gets detected, who is equivalent to the age of all the brothers in the family and tied the nuptial knot to them. They all reside in the similar dwelling and work on the same land. Such polyandrous families rarely produce over 6-7 kids, keeping the population under control as well.
The 24-year-old Rajo Verma, an occupant of a small village close to Dehradun, resides in a one-room along with five husbands. The mom-of-one-son sleeps with one of her husbands each night.
Even Rajo Verma does not make out which one of them is the biological dad of her kid.
Rajo married Guddu (her first husband) some years back in a Hindu ceremonial. Since then Rajo tied the nuptial knot to all real brothers of Guddu including Baiju, Sant Ram, Gopal and Dinesh.
First hubby Guddu, who continues Rajo’s official another half, stated, “We all have sex with her but I’m not jealous. We’re one big happy family.”
The complete family sleeps together on the floor as there are no beds in the house. Rajo said that when she tied the nuptial knot, she was aware what to anticipate because her mom was also wedded to three brothers.
She said, “Initially it felt a bit awkward. But I don’t favour one over the other,” adding, “I get a lot more attention and love than most wives.”
With prevalent modernization, this ancient practice of fraternal polyandry has mostly died out in the country. But, it somehow has managed to survive in some northern Himalayan parts of the country and Tibet. The reason this practice has still continued to exist in the country and China is the poor sex proportion in both these nations, as there is a lack of female for young males.

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