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Reports: Jolie, Pitt set to marry next month in India

Reports: Jolie, Pitt set to marry next month in India

The Web is abuzz with reports that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are finally set to wed. Multiple web sites in Asia and Europe are reporting that the couple, who have six children, will marry in a Hindu wedding ceremony in January at an ashram in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, The Hindustan Times reports.

The ashram's 83-year-old Hindu mystic will bless the star couple, who met while Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston.

Guru Gurudev Ramlalji Siyag is said to have saved Jolie and Pitt's relationship by teaching them couples yoga during a tour of the US.

"They've been practicing his Siddha yoga and they start and end the day by chanting a sacred word he's given them," the newspaper quoted a source as saying.

"It's transformed their relationship they've both cut back on drinking and no longer argue."

Officials told local reporters the couple may arrive in India before New Year's Eve and marry soon after.

A representative for the couple declined to comment.

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