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Veda Krishnamurthy gets married to Arjun Hoysala on her late mother’s birthday
By SMCS - Jan 13, 2023 1:30 pm
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India player Veda Krishnamurthy got married to her fiance Arjun Hoysala in a private courtroom affair in Bengaluru India. However, Veda chose to register her marriage on the day of her late mother’s birth anniversary, whom she lost in April 2021 due to the global pandemic COVID-19. Krishnamurthy, who is a member of the Karnataka women’s cricket team, has played 48 ODIs and 76 T20Is for the Indian team as well.

Veda Krishnamurthy
Veda Krishnamurthy

She was part of the Indian team in the ODI World Cup in 2017 and the T20 World Cup in 2020. Arjun Hoysala is a left-handed batter who has also played for Karnataka in Ranji Trophy as well. He had also taken part in various franchises in the Karnataka Premier League.

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Veda took to Instagram to share pictures of her big day where she can be seen signing documents at the registrar’s office alongside Arjun Hoysala. “Mr and Mrs!!! This one’s for you Amma your birthday will remain special always love you Akka #justmarried 12.01.23 #newlife #wedding,” Veda’s post stated.

 

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However, Veda Krishnamurthy had earlier revealed the date of her wedding that she had chosen to former India player and women’s team coach WV Raman on a weekly show on Sportstar, Wednesdays with WV as well. While talking about the date of the wedding, Veda said that she chose this date to pay tribute to her late mother as well. She also wanted to immortalize this date so as to always celebrate anniversaries on this particular date also.

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“I want to register my wedding on January 12 which is my mom’s birthday. I want that day to be special and always connected to me. This falls in a month where you’re not supposed to exchange garlands or conduct auspicious events or we would have had the proper wedding on this date. But going forward, when we celebrate anniversaries, it will be on this day,” Veda Krishnamurthy concluded.

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