African-American Groom Says Vows In Malayalam For His Indian Bride

Watch: African American Groom Takes Vows In Malayalam For His Indian Bride

The viral video shows the groom, Danzel A. Pyror, exchanging vows in both Malayalam and English.

As mentioned, language is just a medium for communication. You may have heard the saying that love has no language. A video is winning hearts on social media in which an African-American man pronounces his wedding vows in Malayalam, the native language of his Indian bride.

The video was shared by Jenova Juliann Pryor on Instagram two days ago.

“My husband learned and said some of his wedding vows in my native language, Malayalam. I cried so hard,” the caption reads.

The viral video shows the groom, Danzel A. Pyror, exchanging vows in both Malayalam and English. He can be seen reading it on the phone while standing at the altar with his wife.

He starts out in English but soon switches to Malayalam. “I found my wife,” he says. “I’m going to speak a little Malayalam here,” then he translates the vows into Malayalam.

“I have found a favor from the Lord. I love you,” he continues as the guests in the background cheer and clap.

The video has garnered over 67,000 views and over 5,000 likes on Instagram to date.

Users can see the comment section flooded with their best wishes and nice comments.

“Malayalam, known as the most difficult language…said simply with clarity…Superbbbb,” wrote one user.

While another added: “Wow, what a sweet gesture from your husband. I wish you both a very happy married life.”

“So much love. One of the best moments of that amazing day,” commented a third user.

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