college Girl I was just watching my daughter perform dance on her school stage. She is now in Junior Kindergarten. My minds raced. How my deserted life was blossomed with the arrival of my beautiful daughter “Dhwani” 3 years ago. Oh! the remembrance itself is exciting. Readers may be surprised to see the title of my story. Yes it was blindfold and in a way an IVF. The difference I will tell later. Now read on.
college Girl My marriage was not a fairy tale event like what all girls dream in their college days. But it happened without any planning when I was only twenty years. I wanted to study further, complete my MSc. But fate had decided other way. I lost my father on the day of results of my BSc final. I came home with joy to inform my parents but my father’s body was waiting for me. He had left this world due to an accident near his office at while returning from his office at LBS Road, Kurla. My mother was devastated. college Girl My father had not made any big savings. As he was struggling to save for my marriage. We stayed in a rented flat at Nahur East. Just three months after demise of my dad, the land lord asked us to vacate the flat as we had not paid rent. We were devastated. My mother thought of seeking help of local corporate who was influential in that area.
college Girl So, evening we went to his house which was nearby and waited for his arrival. Mr. Naik, the MLA came by seven and heard our plight. He assured help and asked us to come next morning. Next day he not only paid the balance rent of flat but also suggested us to shift temporarily to a guest house of their party. We were very happy with his help. A day after we shifted to the guest house, Naikji met us there and asked me if I am ready for marriage to one of his friend’s son at Indore. His argument was college Girl that it will reduce the load on my mother. My mom also agreed and he invited his friend and son to the guest house to meet us. They came by a car which indicated that are well to do.