Marriage triangle? Man marries two woman in 20 days; They did THIS together

19-year-old Vinod Kumar, from Akshara village, found himself entangled in a real-life love triangle.

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New Delhi: A teenager in Bihar's Jamui district has become an unlikely internet star after marrying twice in a month – both times after being caught by villagers during visits to his girlfriends' houses.

Double trouble in temples

19-year-old Vinod Kumar, from Akshara village, found himself entangled in a real-life love triangle. His story unfolded through social media, where he connected with Preeti Kumari, a resident of another village. Despite Preeti's existing marriage and child, their online romance blossomed. When Vinod visited Preeti at her home, villagers caught them and, following local customs, pressured them into a temple wedding. Vinod returned home with Preeti, seemingly starting a new life.

A DJ's double life

However, the story takes a surprising turn. Vinod, who worked as a DJ in the village, had another secret relationship – with a singer named Girija Kumari. Their bond blossomed through song requests and conversations. Despite his marriage to Preeti, Vinod continued seeing Girija, a fact he kept hidden from his new wife and family. Inevitably, during a visit to Girija's house, villagers once again intervened. Following the same pattern, they were married in a temple ceremony.

Legal labyrinth and divided lives

Within a whirlwind 20 days, Vinod found himself a bigamist – married to two women. While Preeti, understandably upset, filed a police complaint against her husband's bigamy, Girija reportedly expressed a willingness to adapt to their unconventional family structure.

The local police clarified that no formal complaint has been received, but they will investigate if one is filed. This bizarre love triangle has sparked debate, raising questions about social norms, individual consent, and the role of community intervention in personal relationships.