By Preeti Shenoy
On the smooth age of 16, Diksha is a customary youngster, juggling tuition, boys, gossip and enjoyable along with her ally, till someday whilst every thing alterations. An blameless teenage weigh down ends up in a string of irreversible occasions that adjust her existence endlessly. Eighteen years later, Diksha - who used to be a happy-go-lucky and carefree character - is now a lady with solely contrary characteristics. Married to a winning specialist and mom to a tender boy, she is a bored housewife donning the masks of being fortunately married. An unforeseen incident opens up avenues for Diksha to offer her existence a moment probability and she or he creates a mystery want record within the desire of satisfying her wishes. Will she have the ability to courageous this trip whereas facing the complexity of an extramarital affair? Will she be capable of achieve the search to rediscover herself? the key want record is the adventure of a girl in the direction of getting her happiness again into her lifestyles. it truly is approximately goals and aspirations, and the search to determine even if real love exists or no longer.
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I really think on most sensible of the realm after I learn his texts. it's like i'm flying, like i'm invincible. Love is a drug that offers a usual excessive. No ask yourself it's been an everlasting topic of hundreds of thousands of poets, artists, writers. i ponder if every body in love feels a similar way—that theirs is an unique emotion which no one else can comprehend. i'm going approximately fluffing up the cushions within the lounge because the radio performs on. the entire delicate love songs on radio have taken on new intensity now. I smile at my very own silliness as I take heed to the lyrics of the music that's now taking part in: whilst i glance on your eyes You’re all I ever sought after, I constantly wish you to be mine Let’s make a promise until eventually the top of time , We’ll constantly be jointly, And our love won't ever die. i might past no longer pay a lot awareness to lyrics or maybe hassle approximately tune. yet now i locate myself having a look up love songs, looking for their lyrics on the web in order that i will ship them to Ankit. it truly is as if regardless of how a lot I show my love for him, it isn’t adequate. and eventually, Ankit winds up at my doorstep. I open the door and notice his eyes illuminate and his complete face remodel earlier than my very eyes. He seems to be a carefree, chuffed and besotted guy. I draw him inside of, bolt the door and he pulls me to him. We carry one another tight. He strokes my hair and our embody turns out to head on without end. after we eventually become independent from, I lead him to the drawing room. he's drawn to each aspect of my domestic. issues which i've got lengthy forgotten simply because they've got turn into quite a bit part of my existence that I not often even realize them. He appears on the framed images at the chest of drawers. I haven’t checked out them correctly in years. unusual, how we develop into so used to the environment that we cease noticing. one of many frames has a truly outdated picture of Sandeep and me clicked once we had simply bought married. Sandeep has his palms on his hips and i'm half-smiling, half-scowling within the photo. I be mindful we had visited his family in Mysore they usually had insisted on clicking an image and later mailed it to us. the opposite body has a photograph of Abhay as a child. ‘He is darn lovely, your son,’ says Ankit. I smile. those phrases are tune to any mother’s ears. ‘Were you ever pleased with Sandeep, Diksha? examine you during this photo. The smile seems to be so forced,’ he says, learning the opposite picture intensely. ‘In the start I did take some time. i attempted demanding to recover from you. in any case, i used to be simply 16. i suppose that was once what my mom and dad had gambled on too, once they married me off. ’ ‘But why did you compromise, Diksha? You have been simply nineteen if you happen to bought married, correct? ’ ‘I didn't have a call, Ankit. The all-women’s collage in Kerala they despatched me to felt like criminal after our faculty in Chennai. My grandmother and aunt monitored every little thing I did. i used to be dropped to varsity and collected once the bell rang. I used to consider in poor health, rather. I hated it there. I longed to get out. I not often spoke to an individual or made any pals. it's so not easy to claim your self while you are nineteen and weighed down via the guilt and parental strain imposed on you.