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Veggie wedding packages have become increasingly popular in the last couple of years, but a recent study by India’s largest and most prominent newspaper newspaper, The Hindu, has revealed that this is only the beginning.
The Hindu, in a piece entitled ‘Veggie Wedding Package’ Is Not a Solution’, has found that the average price for a vegetarian wedding package is only Rs. 20, and that there is a delay of just a day or two in the delivery of the packages.
The newspaper’s report on the new trend comes at a time when the Indian government has been pushing the use of a ‘vegetarian’ template for its social and cultural programmes.
The government has also been taking an active role in promoting the ‘meatless day’, which it claims will help curb the spread of disease.
The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS), which is a cash assistance scheme for rural households, is expected to start the programme this month.
The scheme is expected bring relief to a large number of poor households.
The Government has also recently announced that a nationwide food bank will be set up by the end of October to cater to the country’s poor, with the aim of making the rural poor more self-sufficient.
The Indian government is also taking steps to improve access to health care.
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the government would set up a health centre in every village, which will be run by a health worker, which is part of the government’s plan to improve the quality of life of its people.
In its report, The Hindus says that these steps are needed to improve health and nutrition, and are also being taken by the Government to bring about a change in society.
The paper’s article also highlighted that the Indian public seems to be moving away from the idea of a vegetarian marriage, as evidenced by a survey that showed that more people were opposed to the concept of a marriage between a vegan, vegetarian, or vegan and a non-vegetable person.