Unique wedding in India had Marx and Lenin as guests, India News News
India is famous for its rich culture and diversity. A wedding in the south of the country was a fusion of the Communist Party.
Among the guests of this unique wedding were Marx, Lenin and Ho Chi Minh. Their friend Engels was getting married.
However, none of them are from Germany, Russia, or Vietnam, as people would generally assume upon hearing these names.
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According to the Mathrubhumi newspaper, while Engels and Lenin are brothers, Marx and Ho Chi Minh are the sons of a local party activist.
What they have in common is that they are all active members of the Communist Party.
A similar incident had occurred in June when socialism was married in front of the brothers Communism, Leninism and Marxism.
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The bride, called P. Mamata Banerjee, is also named after a politician from the state of West Bengal.
Interestingly, she was responsible for the end of decades of communist rule in the state in 2011.
Revolutionary names like popular Stalin and Trotsky are extremely popular in South India.
For the past six decades, hammer and sickle have ruled the state of Kerala. This inclination towards the Soviet Union began during the Cold War.
(With contributions from agencies)