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Woman seeks divorce after honeymoon takes spiritual turn to Ayodhya instead of Goa!

Written by  Jasleen Kaur -- January 25th 2024 01:46 PM
Woman seeks divorce after honeymoon takes spiritual turn to Ayodhya instead of Goa!

Woman seeks divorce after honeymoon takes spiritual turn to Ayodhya instead of Goa!

PTC Web Desk: In a script that even Bollywood writers might envy, a Bhopal woman is waving the 'The End' flag to her marriage after her husband's honeymoon vow took an unexpected detour. The IT engineer hubby initially pitched a sun-soaked Goa vacay, but alas, the honeymoon train decided on an unscheduled Ayodhya stop.

The divorce drama unfolds like a spicy script in a family court counselling session. Shail Avasthi, our relationship maestro, spills the chai on this love-turned-loco tale. The couple, hitched in August, hit turbulence over the honeymoon destination. Husband's pitch: parental temple pilgrimage. Wife's pitch: sandy beaches. Compromise? Goa! But oh, the plot twist! A day pre-beach bliss, he unveils Ayodhya and Varanasi plans. From piña coladas to temple bells – talk about a mood swing!


Post the divine detour, the beach-bliss turns into a rom-com gone awry. Cue heated arguments, accusations of betrayal, and the exit stage left moment. The leading lady (previously known as the happy wife) accuses hubby of putting family over marital bliss.

And now, the grand drama moves to counselling sessions with Shail Avasthi. Will they sail through the tempest of counselling seas, or is this a finale? Life's grand production takes a breather, and we're all on the edge of our seats, wondering if the sequel will be a comedy, a tragedy, or perhaps a dramedy.

Stay tuned for the next episode of 'Love, Honeymoon, and Temples!'"

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