Monday, 19 April 2021

Quintessentially a perfect reflection of her mom and Dad #RomanticThriller #BlogchatterA2Z


Hello, this April I am weaving a Romantic thriller where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here, chapter1, Chapter2Chapter3Chapter4,  Chapter5, Chapter6Chapter7, Chapter8  Chapter9, Chapter10Chapter11Chapter12

Chapter17


Both Aaru and Shamit waited for their little love to arrive on this earth with bated breath. Yet another beautiful chapter of their lives was going to commence. They had longed for it for years in silence and now even a moment’s wait seemed like an eternity. 


They have had umpteen cute debates on whether it will be a boy or a girl and an agreement always appeared to be out of sight. Similar was the story in deciding his or her name. 


There was no point in waiting any further for Aaru to go in natural labor and it was decided they would go for a C-Section next morn.


On the following day, at 7:34 a.m. they were blessed with their bundle of joy, a cute little baby girl, and their happiness knew no bounds. 


Her daddy was the first one to hold her in his arms and she had immediately given an angelic smile back to appease him. She undoubtedly was going to be daddy’s girl but she looked absolutely divine and pretty like her mamma.


While daddy rocked the little princess, mommy dear looked at them with absolute warmth,  praying for this moment to last forever. 


It was a blissful moment to see the most adorable family in one shot. Only Partial anesthesia was administered to her for the delivery,  so Aaru was quickly sent to her hospital room where she was lying with the upper half of her body lifted up in the adjustable bed in a semi-sitting position. She has forgotten all the pain of the surgery and stitches which otherwise could be excruciating, seeing these two.


Shamit adored his little princess and then took a peek of his love smiling at them. He took their baby to her and gently kissed Aaru on her forehead and suddenly tears started rolling down his eyes as he smiled and hugged the two most precious girls of his life.


“With this most precious gift Radha, you make me your slave for eternity, my love. All the words of the universe are failing me today to express my gratitude to you. Look how pretty she is, the face of our love. It now feels how incomplete we were without her.”


Shamit tried to weave his feeling into words with a lot of effort. Such emotional moments always overwhelmed him. Aaru could always read his heart so no words were really needed. 


She took his hand in hers and kissed him gently. Her eyes repeatedly drifted to the little angel who was deep asleep in her mamma’s arms. I knew what thoughts exactly flew in the heart of my Aaru. She wanted to give her little mini miss everything she would ever desire and I know the little one would have never got a better mother than her.


Holding her, I felt like I got my little Aaru back. She had the same blue eyes and tiny curly hair locks. They gave me the honor of deciding a perfect name for the cutie pie and I named her ‘Sharadhya’, who was quintessentially a perfect reflection of Shamit and Aaradhya. I had always wished the best and nothing short of the best for them and the little princess was priceless for me. I would give my life to save her even from a minor scratch.


There was another person who was equally overjoyed at that moment. It was aunt Sandy, Shamit’s mom, I have not written to you much about her but it had been her love and blessings always that have aided Shamit and Aaru sail through all the tough times. She lived on the floor above Shamit and Aaru's love abode, in the same bungalow, and is one of the most supporting and non-interfering mothers I have ever seen.


Aaru’s parents were about to arrive soon too. The entire family was soaked in unparalleled joy. There were celebrations all around and happiness filled the air. No one would have imagined the little one would have to live without her dad for seven long years and had to even mother her own mother at times. 


Destiny undoubtedly is cruel but I have often heard, everything comes to him who waits. But for how long is the question? Are 7 years not enough? How long will my Aaradhya have to wait for Shamit? I pray each day he comes back soon. Amen!



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Everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my sixth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am weaving a very special fiction, a romantic thriller which shall unfold as you read this series. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links 201620172018 2019, and 2020


Sunday, 18 April 2021

Pure Joy of the Good News Enthralled Them #RomaticThriller


Hello, this April I am weaving a Romantic thriller where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here, chapter1, Chapter2Chapter3Chapter4,  Chapter5, Chapter6Chapter7, Chapter8  Chapter9, Chapter10Chapter11Chapter12

Chapter16


Shamit and Aaru on the other hand had commenced a new chapter in their life.


These two were weaving dreams of becoming three from two but of course, I was nowhere in their mind, they wanted to welcome a baby into their life. 


I can’t express in words how ecstatic I was to hear the news of getting a mini Aaru or a tiny Shamit. Don’t remember when I had felt this genuinely joyous before. 


Aaru had confided in me, how Shamit had lovingly taken the plunge in this direction and I know how lovely she had felt within hearing this. She had till then kept the secret desire concealed in her heart as she didn’t want Shamit to feel any kind of pressure that might trigger his ill health. 


Nothing mattered to her more than Shamit’s life and she could never ever imagine herself without him even for a moment. She had dedicated her life to her love forever and caring for him gave her pure love and joy and need I say Shamit acknowledged this with all his heart.


I know he had always been very grateful to Aaru for all that she had been doing for him from the day they got married without a frown and the prettiest smile in the world. It is only due to her unparalleled dedication that Shamit was leading an absolutely normal life. He had done no less to prove he was a worthy life partner.


He had been having detailed discussions on this with his cardiologist for a while to get a green signal from him after evaluating all the risks involved and only after he gave his nod he brought this up with Aaru.


“Radha my love it’s time we brought the face of our love into this world! It is time to materialize our most cherished dream, to have our baby.”


Shamit had said candidly while helping Aaru fixing a quick breakfast before they left for work.


Aaru was speechless. Only her eyes were overflowing with delight that moment. 


“Sham, you are the best! How do you all always understand what I never say.” 


She had left everything to run into his broad robust arms. 


Deep within me still dwelled the desire to be a part of their cute world too, it's only they who resided in my heart. Adarsh was quick and intelligent enough to absorb this pretty early and lost his temper every time I unknowingly compared him with Shamit. 


I should have understood I was ruining my own world but I was sure a puppet in the hands of my love for the two who were undoubtedly ignorant of my feelings for them.


The most awaited good news soon arrived. Aaru as a doctor herself had left no stone unturned to ensure all went well in her pregnancy as there was a possibility that her may baby might inherit the rare heart condition his dad had as it was a genetic disorder.


By God’s grace, she had a peaceful pregnancy with no hiccups until she was in the 40th week of gestation.


All of us had gathered and were waiting for the fateful moment for our little Prince or Princess to arrive. All waited for the Gynaecologist’s decision.


Shamit was by Aaru’s side who look composed. She was having a word with the gynecologist in the hospital room. It was a lot easier as she was delivering in the hospital she worked with the help of one of the most well-known and senior gynecologists of Pune. 


Shamit on the other hand looked daddy anxious. He could never get rid of the fear that his baby might get his defective gene. 



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Everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my sixth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am weaving a very special fiction, a romantic thriller which shall unfold as you read this series. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links 201620172018 2019, and 2020


Friday, 16 April 2021

One fateful day, I left behind my loves #RomanticThriller #BlogchatterA2Z


Hello, this April I am weaving a Romantic thriller where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here, chapter1, Chapter2Chapter3Chapter4,  Chapter5, Chapter6Chapter7, Chapter8  Chapter9, Chapter10Chapter11Chapter12


Chapter15


The next moment I closed my eyes and asked them, 

“Aaru and Shamit, will you accept me as your third life partner?” 


When I opened my eyes, I saw the two of them had vanished from the mat. A million thoughts crossed my brain in a flash of a second. 


Did I annoy them to the extent that they left me here and abandoned the place? Have I offended them? This is highly impractical, how can I think of such a silly idea.


I lifted my eyes in fear and saw the two of them clicking their sun-kissed pictures at some distance. I guess they had left before I had popped the question because they looked unaffected.


Thank God! I thought to myself and didn’t bring the topic up the entire day, acting absolutely normal as if nothing had happened. Instead, I went home and told my parents what they had always wanted to hear. Yes, I was ready. They could start looking for a groom for me. 


I was scared my desires might deprive me of the friendship of the two people I love the most and the fear made me keep the idea to myself. Why can’t there be three life partners like there can be three business partners? Might be my heart’s yearning was absurd, I had thought and started meeting the prospective grooms.


Aradhya and Shamit were on cloud nine to hear the news that I was finally ready for matrimonial bliss.


I met Adarsh in the coming days and fell for him. We met through a common relative. He appeared to be a thorough gentleman through his mannerisms. A simple and humble guy. Our wedding was fixed for the twenty-fifth of the coming month and Aaru and Shamit were going crazy doing all the preparations.


Their consent was vital and also they wanted to be doubly sure my choice was right, so they had invited Adarsh for a double date to their place. 


“Hi Adarsh, it’s a pleasure to have you at our place!” 


Aradhya had welcomed him sweetly.


“Thank you for having me over. I have a feeling I am up for some kind of a test here.


Adarsh tried to lighten the mood to which everyone laughed out loud. 


We had dinner and ice cream together and though he rarely spoke, he was quite comfortable with everyone which really mattered to me.


I kept looking at Shamit and Aaru to get a hint on their final verdict but they didn’t spill the beans until late at night when Adarsh was gone. 


They found him trustworthy and our wedding was fixed for the next month because for me was only about them. My primary desire was to be with them for life, which I had then believed would never be fulfilled. This was the second-best option, I had decided to settle down for, hoping that all would be fine soon.


The wedding preparations kept us busy and one fateful day, I tied the knot with Adarsh and left behind both my loves.


TO BE CONTINUED....


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Everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my sixth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am weaving a very special fiction, a romantic thriller which shall unfold as you read this series. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links 201620172018 2019, and 2020


Thursday, 15 April 2021

Never thought this would happen to me #RomanticThriller




Hello, this April I am weaving a Romantic thriller where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here, chapter1, Chapter2Chapter3Chapter4,  Chapter5, Chapter6Chapter7, Chapter8  Chapter9, Chapter10Chapter11Chapter12


Chapter14


Life was finally a bed of roses. Shamit was perfectly healthy and started going to the office too. He and Aaru were extremely happy and comfortable in their small beautiful world. 


I had always wished to be with them as I felt if there was one place I was meant to be it was with them. Their love for me had always been so special and they, you already know meant the world to me, though honestly, I have been very poor at expressing myself.


In fact, should I say I had so far never been able to take stock of my own feelings? I either was busy with my sports career or was thinking about these two. They were my heart and I knew no way to weave my life without them. My siblings were all married too by then.


Deep within, I wanted to settle down in my life and live peacefully and happily now, but with whom was the question. Should I ask the two loves of my life to allow me to live with them forever? We could have the childhood days once again. I had thought at that time and taken up a job from the sports quota in Pune. My parents were the happiest to finally have their daughter home after so many years and were keen on my tying a knot at the earliest. 


I felt to take my parents’ permission first if at all I had to ask Aaru and Shamit to accept me in their life permanently. But every time I thought of doing so I felt weak in my knees. The pressure of society and the burden to keep your parents’ respect above everything was the norm, particularly for girls. I am not sure if it has relaxed today.


For months I contemplated but honestly, if I could really imagine my life ahead it was with the two of them whom I met frequently now. They were all the same, with love for each other always oozing out of their eyes. Their love for each other felt like tight compartments almost impossible to be penetrated by anyone even if it was their very own Riyu.


I decided to first try it for a few days whether the notion in my head was actually possible or it was just a far-fetched impractical thought. Thus, I  started spending a lot more time at their place. Watching T.V. together, sipping coffee, talking non-stop, and having fun with them. They looked delighted to be reunited with their childhood buddy.


My dilemma got worse with every passing day. Some days I felt at ease with them and on others an uninvited guest always intruding on their privacy. I am not even sure if I was overthinking everything at that time. Also, I had a parallel line of thoughts shaping up in my heart.  Should I not marry someone like Shamit and lead my own happy life?


It was my life, I wanted to take charge. But had rather become a mixed bag of emotions. Not able to decide I planned to put across my thoughts to Aaru and Shamit.


It was monsoon, the most beautiful season of Pune when the world around us is painted lust green by God himself. I took the two of my besties for a long drive in Ghats. We had packed our food and umbrellas as it rarely stops drizzling in this weather. 


It was a wonderful picnic and all of us sat on the mat, enjoying our little family time. I thought it was time to pop up the important question.


So I asked for their attention. Shamit was lying in Aaru’s lap and they were whispering something in each other’s ears giggling. Soulful music played in the background on their walkman. It was sunny for a few moments. The sun rays reflected from the raindrops in the atmosphere and the view was mesmerizing.


The next moment I closed my eyes and asked them, 


“Aaru and Shamit, will you accept me as your third life partner?”




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Everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my sixth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am weaving a very special fiction, a romantic thriller which shall unfold as you read this series. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links 201620172018 2019, and 2020

Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Matured, Sensible, Ripened Love #RomanticThriller #BlogchatterA2Z


Hello, this April I am weaving a Romantic thriller where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here, chapter1, Chapter2 Chapter3Chapter4,  Chapter5, Chapter6Chapter7, Chapter8  Chapter9, Chapter10Chapter11, and Chapter12

Chapter13


With Shamit recovering well and showing a good response to medicines and a worthy healthy diet and lifestyle, things started to get back to normal gradually. It took them around a year to set things right and start weaving their nest.


Shamit withdrew from his services in Army on medical grounds and joined their family business. He worked from his home office helping his mom who was more than elated to see her son sharing her load and getting back his confidence and happiness little by little. 


Aaru had known Dr. Pradhan from her college days where he was a visiting faculty. He offered her a job in his hospital and she was the happiest to accept. 


Taking care of Shamit’s health was Aaru’s first priority though and she had discussed this at length with Dr.Pradhan who was like a father figure to her. Under his guidance, Aaru had been able to get unparalleled improvement in Shamit’s heart condition. He could finally live normally, a happy and healthy life forever albeit with a few precautions. 


Felt like the happy days were back again and our inseparable love birds were back together to their priceless happiness. They went for nature walks together, sipped lemongrass tea together, cracked each other with their silly jokes and Shamit painted portraits of Aaru who was always his most favorite muse.


They had put the past behind and didn’t have an iota of regrets. They were perfectly made for each other, the best partners ever. 


I hanged around their place every time I visited mom and dad and felt ecstatic to see their beautiful world full of warmth and love. We revisited the old days even walked down to our school, a couple of times. 


These two were pure innocent souls, they meant no harm ever to anyone. For our age, they have been through enough but they never expressed their pain and their love has only matured and ripened with time. They lived in the moment and that’s what I loved the most about them. 


Seeing Shamit paint brought fond memories back. I used to hang around this place so much with him before Aaru shifted here for higher studies and now Aaru lived right there in that room which of course had been expanded. Shamit still behaved with me like the tomboy I was back then as a teenager and I didn’t mind it, though I was a changed person now.


In fact, all of us have aged gracefully over the years I would say. Whenever I came to Pune I went to Nainital too but Aaru could not accompany me as she never left the side of Shamit even for a day. It was thanks to her efforts and Shamit’s extraordinary willpower that all was right in their beautiful world yet again. 


Aaru’s parents had come and stayed with their daughter quite a few times though. They were so proud of her, her values, her dedication, and her spirit. Shamit and his mom loved them a lot too, together they became a big happy family.


As time passed, Aaru became a well-recognized name in her professional field too. The compassion of her soul was ideal for her profession and it gave her great comfort whenever she could cure anyone. Her kind words were as therapeutic to the patients as her medical expertise.


Shamit’s hard work and smart planning yielded results too as their business grew by leaps and bounds.


No matter how busy the two were they had their evening cup of coffee together in their balcony listening to their favorite playlists Shamit had curated for her. It was their happy place for years until....






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Everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my sixth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge and this year I am weaving a very special fiction, a romantic thriller which shall unfold as you read this series.I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links 201620172018 2019 and 2020