Arranged marriages across feudal lords, city states and kingdoms, as a means of establishing political alliances, trade and peace were common in human history. Various cultures, particularly some wealthy royals and aristocratic families, arranged marriages in part to conserve or streamline the inheritance of their wealth. This sort of arranged marriage, in theory, enabled the girl to escape poverty and the wealthy family to get free labor and a daughter-in-law. Zhaozhui was a related custom by which a wealthy family that lacked an heir would arrange marriage of a boy child from another family.
Afshan Azad with her Harry Potter co-stars in Birmingham. Afshan Azad played Padma Patil in the Harry Potter film series At least two of her Harry Potter co-stars attended the ceremony "My very own Royal Wedding," she wrote on Instagram Actress Afshan Azad, best known for her portrayal of Padma Patil in the Harry Potter film series, found a spot on Wednesday trends list after pictures from her two wedding ceremonies went viral. Afshan married boyfriend Nabil Kazi last week in a Muslim ceremony and over weekend the couple walked down the aisle hand-in-hand in a civil ceremony at Symphony Hall, Birmingham first-of-its-kind, the actress said in her Instagram post. For the traditional ceremony, Afshan wore a maroon and gold embellished lehenga and Nabil complemented her in a sherwani. For the 'magical Walima party' at the Symphony Hall, Afshan wore a white bridal gown. My very own Royal Wedding," she captioned the picture.
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