Tainted Indian Cricketer S Sreesanth, who tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Bhuwneswari Kumari at a simple ceremony at the famous Sri Krishna temple on Thursday morning, held a reception later in the day in Kochi. (Image courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Newlyweds Sreesanth and Bhuwneswari at their reception.
The bride, a jewellery designer, and Sreesanth knew each other since the past 6 years. (Image courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Sreesanth was dressed in an ethnic sherwani while his wife was pretty in a tomato red lehenga with bandhani odhani. (Image courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Sreesanth fell from grace after he was arrested on spot-fixing charges in May this year and is now out on bail. The tempermental cricketer was banned for life from playing cricket by the BCCI following his alleged involvement in spot-fixing in the 2013 IPL season.
The newlyweds pose for the photographers. (Image courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Indian cricketer S Sreesanth married girlfriend Bhuvneshwari Kumari, of Jaipur's Shikhavat family, at Sree Krishna temple in Guruvayoor on Thursday December 12. The marriage was held as per the traditional Kerala Hindu style at an auspicious time this morning. (This image was posted on Twitter by Indan Cricket Team )
The function was attended by Sreesanth and Kumari's family and close friends. Rituals as per Rajasthani culture were held at a private hotel in Kochi on Wednesday December 11. Kumari, a jewellery designer by profession, first met Sreesanth six year ago during a one-day cricket match against Pakistan in Jaipur. (Photo courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
The couple had their sangeet ceremony on December 11. (Photo courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Sreesanth opted for an off white sherwani, which he teamed with a silver work stole. His bride wore a yellow lehenga dressed in Rajasthani style with the right jewellery complete with maagtika and nose pin. (Photo courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)
Sreesanth was in the middle of IPL betting controversy a few months back. Sresanth and his bride-to-be pose with the family. (Photo courtesy: Nirmal Harindran)