In a deleted scene, 90 Day Fiance star Sumit Singh comes up with a novel idea that assures that he has a happy married life with Jenny Slatten in India.
A deleted scene from the 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way finale shows that Sumit Singh had to perform the Gau Daan ritual for a happily married life with Jenny Slatten. For the uninitiated, the 90 Day Fiance couple finally tied the knot nearly a decade after falling in love with each other, per ScreenRant.
Much to his chagrin, Sumit’s parents did not know about their son’s plan to marry Jenny. In fact, the former call center employee did not even invite them to his wedding. Now, he and Jenny will be hoping that the Gau Daan ceremony turns out to be a blessing in disguise for them.
Sumit Singh Does The Gau Daan Ritual
Sumit and Jenny got married in a temple as his astrologer Khalid had advised. Despite mustering up the courage to marry his fiancee, Sumit did not inform his parents about their marriage because he believes they will try to stop him from tying the knot with the American meemaw.
Nevertheless, he has proved once and for all that Jenny mattered over everyone else. A recently surfaced clip from episode 15 of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way shows Sumit visiting a local market with his friend Shantanu.
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He visits the local market to buy a cow. It is Indian tradition to donate a cow to the priest of the temple where you marry. “And it’s called Gau Daan,” Sumit explains. He goes on to tell the cameras that such arrangements are usually taken care of by the elders in the family.
Sumit Singh Buys The Perfect Calf
“This is a perfect calf. He has a nice face, nice eyes,” Shantanu tells Sumit. He would be happy to go to a good Brahmin family,” Shantanu suggests.
The shopkeeper informs Sumit that he would need to pay about $67 for the calf. However, he agrees to sell it for $42. The cow is a very sacred animal in India. So, when Sumit gives away the cow, the priest will be getting “blessings from the cow, and, like, milk and everything.”
Sumit and Jenny, on the other hand, will be getting “blessings from God and the priest.” Sumit wants to take the cute, little calf back to his own home. However, he feels like Jenny will not agree with “taking care of all the poop he gonna do after he eats.”
It is still unclear whether giving a cow to the priest’s family brings marital bliss to Sumit and Jenny Do you think Sumit’s parents will finally accept Jenny as their daughter-in-law now? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.