Sabyasachi shared the news on his Twitter handle this evening.
“With the blessings of Lord Jagannath and our families, it gives us immense happiness in sharing that our wedding is happening tomorrow,” Sabysachi tweeted.
“You all are integral part of our family. You have always showered your love during our good and bad times. How can we forget you on our big day! To start this new journey of togetherness, we will need your good wishes and blessings,” he added.
In another tweet in Odia, Sabyasachi said,“Life is the name of happiness and sorrow. It feels so many times that it’s all over. But God is not always cruel. Maybe that’s why I got such a life partner. Your blessings and love will make our journey successful. Tomorrow is our wedding. Please pray for us.”
Sabyasachi was at the fountainhead of some much-needed relief work that students and the common people, especially migrant workers, needed in the wake of the COVID pandemic last year.