An Indian air force official Sunday landed on his wedding ceremony ground by dropping in from 7,000 feet (2.1 km) high sky.
Shisir Mishra, an accomplished sky diver, jumped from a helicopter and landed in a sports ground close to the bride's home in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa state.
"The idea of doing something on the occasion of my marriage struck me after I read about a couple in Maharashtra (state) getting married in a hot air balloon recently," said Mishra.
His bride Sweta Prusty did not worry about his security at all.
"I was sure he would make it," said the bride, who gifted the brave groom a bouquet on his arrival.
Mishra previously won a place in the Limca Book of Records -- the Indian equivalent of the Guinness World Records -- for jumping free fall from 15,000 feet (4.57 km) with the Indian national flag in hand.