Man married a female dog to break the curse on him

In India, A man in Tamil Nadu (State of India) has married a dog in a bid to ward off the "curse" of a dog couple he had killed 15 years ago.

Man married a female dog to break the curse on him

Selva Kumar tied a 'Mangal Sutra' (A Mangala sutra (IAST: maṅgala sūtra), or thaali (ISO: tāḷi), is a necklace that the groom ties around the bride's neck in the Indian subcontinent) on the animal, a pet named Selvi, at a Ganesh temple in Manamadurai, about 31 miles from Madurai (A district in Tamil Nadu).

A Saree (An Indian Bridal Dressing) was worn to the bride (female dog) and was brought to the temple in a grand bridal procession. After the function, the bride feasted on bread.

Selvi Kumar, who vowed to protect Selvi all through its life, said he married the animal as per the advice of an astrologer. "I will take care of it tills its death".

According to Selvi Kumar (Groom), he had clubbed a dog couple to death when they were mating and hung them on a tree when he was 18.

After that incident, he suffered a stroke, couldn't move his left arm and legs, and turned deaf, Selvi Kumar said.

"I can walk only with the help of a stick," he said.

Selvi Kumar claimed that the astrologer had told him that he had the "curse of dogs" after having a simple glance at him.

The astrologer advised Selvi that all his problems will be solved once he did the penance by marrying a female dog, Selvi Kumar said.

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