Russell Brand Hindus
January 3, 2012 by staff
Russell Brand Hindus, Katy Perry and Russell Brand arriving at The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 13, 2011 in Los Angeles. @katyperry via Twitter, Katy Perry, Russell Brand gets tattoos amid rumors of divorce.
While it’s relatively common in Hollywood for celebrity marriages to not last until death does them part, some Hindu leaders are taking Russell Brand and Katy Perry’s divorce very hard.
“They should have taken marriage more seriously as it is a sacred rite in Hinduism,” Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism told WENN. “In Hinduism, marriage is the most important sacrament.
“If celebrities opt for a Hindu wedding, they should be prepared to adhere to the commitment, devotion, responsibility, sanctity and morals, which are attached to it.”
Brand, 36, and Perry, 27, wed on Oct. 23, 2010, in a “very private and spiritual ceremony,” in the words of their reps’ statement, at a luxury resort of Rajasthan, India. The fairy-tale wedding included 21 camels, elephants and horses, plus dozens of dancers and musicians.
Even back in those early days, the couple didn’t enjoy a honeymoon period from the locals, Express India reported.
An environmental activist filed a criminal complaint against the “Teenage Dream” singer and her then-husband, accusing Perry and Brand of profaning sacred ground at Ranthambore National Park.
“They smoked, consumed liquor, carried weapons, disturbed endangered animals, changed route from No. 2 to No. 3 without permission, alighted from the vehicle (Gypsy), forced people (paparazzi) to alight from their vehicle and even snatched the keys of their vehicle in the park where tiger movement is quite normal,” Akhshay Sharma accused in the complaint.
“During the wedding on the next day on October 23, loud music was played in the resort beyond midnight which disturbed the wild animals and local residents.”
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