|Full Name||Homa Bash|
|Birth Name||Homa Bash|
|Birth City||Tulsa, Oklahoma|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Education||Arkansas Fayetteville University|
|Date of Birth||April 12,1987|
|Married Date||February 25,2018|
It's pretty difficult to establish one's presence in the foreign land. However, even after belonging from the Indian family Homa Bash is currently working as an American reporter. She is a reporter for WEWS News 5 in Cleveland, Ohio.
If you want to know more about Bash and her personal life we suggest you read the entire article.
Homa Bash was born on April 12, 1987, in Tulsa, Oklahoma who is currently 31 years old. Bash has root family in Kolkota, India. She explained to her fans about being an Indian and belonging to Indian Descent about her citizenship. Her mother is Shehnaz Bash, and her father is Haider Bash.
Along with English and Hindi, Bash can perfectly talk the Urdu language. She has four siblings with a family of seven members and is the family's only daughter. She studied at Arkansas Fayetteville University.
Homa, who did her Broadcast Journalism bachelors and masters, began her career in 2008 by doing internships for CNN. Just like her Adrienne Elrod also worked for CNN. She entered KTVZ in January 2010 in Bend, Oregon. She then worked in her home town of Tulsa, Oklahoma, as a reporter and producer for KTAB in Texas and KTUL. As for now, she is still active as a reporter.
Unlike any journalist, Homa Bash is very open about her relationship. Bash tied a knot with Daniel Ball on 25 February 25, 2018.
The most interesting thing about the couple is both of them belongs to different ethnic group. The pair was engaged in traditional Indian Style. The couple had two weddings altogether as said before, both of them belongs to a very different religion.
The pair met during the 2015 NBA Finals, just one year before Cleveland celebrated the championship win for the Cavaliers.
The couple dated to fall in profound love with each other for quite a while and maintained a long-distance relationship as Homa worked at NBC5 in Dallas, Texas, while her boyfriend lived in Ohio. Daniel Ball proposed Bash on December 11, 2017.
They first tied a knot as per Bash's Indian ceremony. Even though her husband ball was raised under the supervision of Catholic parents, he converted to Islam the night before the main event. He consulted with an imam and reciting the shahada, the Muslim profession of faith.
The bride wore a black lehenga, white and gold, a traditional South Asian dress, and the groom was wearing a white sherwani, a lengthy, coat-like suit, and turban.
Ball's family also wore traditional South Asian clothes that they borrowed from Bash's mom, Shehnaz, and dad, Haider.
“My mom and my sisters-in-law organized the whole thing,” Bash explained. “We literally flew in two days before and just showed up.”
The most interesting thing is In honor of Ball’s father, Craig, who died from cancer in 2017, Bash’s brother paid tribute in the Mehdi ceremony.
After the nikah (Muslim Traditional wedding), the newlyweds moved into a Cleveland two-bedroom apartment and planned their second wedding ceremony immediately. Later, on June 17, the couple celebrated their marriage at the Vermilion on Lake Historic Community Center. The wedding hall is a 3,800-square-foot rustic log cabin. Altogether they had around 150-person wedding.
On their second wedding, the groom wore a tux, and the red-and-gold gown of Bash was custom-made in India along with the costumes of the bridesmaids and groomsmen.
Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes in Rocky River developed their three-tiered wedding cake. Each level had its own distinctive flavor of white almond, chocolate or lemon cake, adorned with tiny white flowers. Tiny, hand-painted wooden cake toppers by Bash's sister-in-law Saania added a touch of family.
Along with cake, they had picked out options such as chicken tikka masala and panipuri, a popular Indian street food (made from a fried puff pastry filled with spiced mashed potatoes, flavored water, and spices) during their wedding party.
Although the event was alcohol-free, bartenders served his and her mocktails throughout the evening, including peach bellinis and berry mojitos.
They were determined to create the ideal Indian-American marriage that brought Indian customs and traditions to their American friends and family while incorporating familiar aspects of conventional American weddings as well.
With their fast approaching nikah anniversary, the pair are considering which date they will acknowledge as their formal anniversary — though they might celebrate both or their first day of marriage.
Her husband works as an Assistant Director of Media Relations for the city of Cleveland and is currently working for Columbia Gas Of Ohio as their External Affairs Specialist. Looking through their wedding pictures, we can easily say how much Daniel is in love with Homa. They are the example of an ideal couple.
Homa's earnings as a news reporter and producer is reportedly abput $50,000. As an internet editor, she alsomakes additional earnings.
The average US news reporter's wage is $39,616. She might earn more than average wages as she is a fine reporter.
Looking at her Instagram post, we can assume she is living the best days of her life. In her free time, Bash often goes on vacation with her husband.
A few days back, she posted the picture where she went to Cuyahoga Valley National Park with her husband.
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