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African American groom reads wedding vows in Malayalam for Indian bride;  internet overwhelmed


An African American man has become the center of attention after his unique way of expressing his love. The man, who recently married an Indian woman, won hearts after delivering his wedding vows in Malayalam, his wife’s mother tongue.

Jenova Juliann Pryor shared a preview of her wedding ceremony on her personal Instagram account. In the clip, the groom, Denzel A. Pryor, can be seen saying parts of the wedding vows in Malayalam. The surprise leaves the bride with tears in her eyes and the guests cheer the man on for his efforts.


In the clip, Danzel, dressed in his wedding attire, starts reading the English verse on his phone, then switches to Malayalam. He also translates phrases into English to make sure guests understand them. Standing at the altar, the groom can be heard saying he’s found his “treasure” as Jenova wipes away a few tears of joy. Since being shared, the clip has garnered over 6,000 likes. Instagram users showered their blessings on the newlywed couple. While some users pointed out the groom’s flawless pronunciation, most found the gesture adorable and praised him for making his wedding even more special. One person wrote: “Malayalam, known as the hardest language. simply spoken with clarity. Stunning.” Another user noted, “So much love. One of the most beautiful moments of this incredible day.

The wedding ceremony took place in New Jersey, USA. Jenova also uploaded some photos from the special day. In one of the frames, the bridesmaids are all dressed in yellow sarees.

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Jenova is a real estate investor and co-owner of Shanti Signing Firm, according to her Instagram bio. Danzel works as the managing partner of signing firm Shanti.

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