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Ahad Ali, an old man from Dangapara village in Natore Sadar upazila.  His wife died a decade ago.  On Wednesday night, he married Amena Begum, an old woman from the same village.  Amena's husband died about 10 years ago.  Both have sons and daughters and grandchildren.  They were also present at the wedding.  Ananda Utsav is going on in the village around the marriage of two elders.

 According to the villagers, Ahad Ali had been living alone in a tin house for almost a decade after his wife died.  He has a separate family of four sons and three daughters.  They do not do much research.  He made a living by selling drinks and cigarettes.  He is a smiling man.  He did not agree to talk about second marriage for so many days.  Suddenly, at the request of the villagers, he agreed to marry Amena Begum, wife of his late younger brother Tulu Mandal.  Amena has two daughters.  After marriage, they went to their father-in-law's house.

 According to the villagers, Ahad-Amena's children and grandchildren got married in the presence of the villagers on Wednesday night.  Marriage denomination is 50 thousand 650 rupees.  Ahad gave a nose flower worth Tk 650 to the bride at the wedding.  When they were returning home after the marriage, joyous festivities were going on in the village.  Hundreds of people joined the event even though they were not invited.  Many people have been flocking to their homes since Thursday morning to see the newlyweds.  Many sat next to them and took pictures.  Beauvais were being organized outside the house.  The villagers themselves became enterprising and organized the bouvat.  Eat and drink at night.