Mock Shaadi celebrates traditional Pakistani culture

Pawan Marfatia, a senior majoring in integrative neuroscience and Kiru Sivanesathasan, a junior majoring in integrative neuroscience, are married in a mock Shaadi Sunday evening in the Mandela Room. Close Marriage is a lifelong commitment, but for two Binghamton University students, Sunday evening in the Mandela Room provided a test-run for tying the knot. Pawan Marfatia, a senior majoring in integrative neuroscience, and Kiru Sivanesathasan, a junior majoring in integrative neuroscience, participated in a mock Shaadi, or fake wedding, hosted by the Pakistani Student Association (PSA). Over 200 people danced, took photos, received henna and ate South Asian food catered from Moghul Fine Indian Cuisine. The PSA will be donating $500 of ticket sale proceeds to an orphanage in Pakistan, because organizers said they wanted to give back to the…


Link to Full Article: Mock Shaadi celebrates traditional Pakistani culture