WATCH Viral Video African-American Groom Recites Vows In Malayalam Surprises Indian Origin Bride

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Viral Video: Social media users are pouring love for a newly wed couple where the African-American husband is seen taking wedding vows in Malayalam, the native language of the bride. Language is merely a tool for communication, to put it simply. You’ve probably heard the adage “love knows no language.”  A video of an African-American man exchanging vows in Malayalam proves it. The video of the wedding has gone viral and winning hearts on social media.

The delightful video has been shared by Jenova Juliann Pryor on Instagram recently posting her wedding with Danzel A Pryor. “My husband learned and said part of his wedding vows in my native tongue, Malayalam. I cried so hard,” reads the caption.

The groom can be seen exchanging vows in both Malayalam and English. Standing at the altar with his wife, the groom can be seen reading the vows while looking at the phone he had held in hand.

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At the onset, the spouse speaks in English and then switches to Malayalam. “I have found my wife,” he says. “I am gonna speak a little Malayalam here,” then he translates the vows in Malayalam.

“I have found favour from the Lord. I love you,” he said while the guests cheer and clap in the background.

As of now, the video has garnered more than 9,000 likes and over 300 comments on Instagram. The comment section has been flooded with best wishes and beautiful comments from users.

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“Malayalam, known as the toughest language… spoken simply with clarity…. Superbbbb,” wrote a user. While another said, “Wow, Such a sweet gesture from your hubby. Wishing you both a very happy married life.”

“So much love. One of the most beautiful moments of that amazing day,” a third user commented.



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