New Delhi: A village in Bihar atop Adhaura hills of Kaimur is struggling to find a marriage proposal for its eligible male bachelors since two years due to absence of a motorable road.
People here have been toiling hard to cut through rocks for the past five years to make a road.
This village seldom see any poll campaign.
There are at least 100 bachelors, mostly in the age group 25 to 40, and because they cannot find a bride.
A news report published in the national daily, Indian Express has shown the unlikely side of the Indian demography, away from the euphoria of the world's biggest democratic experience, hidden in the midst of Kaimur Hills, these villages give an insight into an India that we seldom see on our television sets.