This Happened in India

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  1. Manashree says:

    @Nina, thank you from the bottom of my heart for liking, appreciating and encouraging my blog and me. 🙂 Please keep visiting.

  2. Nina de Koy says:

    wow,this is a wonderful touching story which I surely won´t forget my whole life-they are a real role model for all of us-wouldn´t it be great to tore down all the borders in the world -also those in our minds and hearts? World would be a paradise to live in..thank you for you have a great blog with a lot of interesting things to read-congratulation Manashree

  3. Manashree says:

    Hey Snigdha, I am glad that my writing made someone happy! 🙂 Thank you for stopping by my blog. 🙂

  4. Manashree says:

    @Priti, thank you Priti for liking the story. A modern day fable…hmm….I like this compliment. Thank you for stopping by as well! 🙂

  5. snigdha says:

    Manashree really amazing 1….i simply loved this story…n majorly the way u hv writn it. its awsome…n its so gud 2 know sumthng like this…2 diffrnt cast living 2gthr n abv al exchanging kids n in old age dey fight evryday n still make up evryday cz dey cant live w/o ech other..dats true love !!
    thank u so much manashree for sharing such an excellent truth of life with us…feeling so happy i cant tell u !!

  6. Priti Shaw says:

    I liked the part where you say that people must have made dirty stories about them. Thats so realistic!! And despite the societal infliction they overcame all odds stay as a family and stood by their belief.

    Its a modern day fable.

  7. Manashree says:

    @Ankita, Yes I agree with you. When I heard it for the first time, I couldn't believe people can be such great friends! I loved it and wanted to share it on my blog. However, as promised to my akka, I did not disclosed any name here 🙂
    Thank you Ankita for stopping by and adding your valuable comments. I honestly appreciate.

  8. oh! this is like a folk tale..where story starts happily and ends happily..i am really amazed to read this blog…so much of "creative thoughts" even in relation…this blog brought happiness thinking on a popular say 'Tamil and Bengali are long lost brother/sister'

  9. Manashree says:

    @Anonymous above, of course there are more ways than one to keep track of this post as well as the site. Find the location that has "Subscribe via email" and enter your e-mail id on the space provided. This will help you receive new posts of mine in your mail box. The mail will also have a link to this site and you may simply clik on the link to visit this site. Isn't it simple?
    Thank you for visiting my site. I feel inspired. God bless! 🙂

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