Hemlataa (story-fiction). Part IV.

Continued from part III Diti G. was a naive, innocent girl of eighteen years when she first met Hemanta. Shelived in the same town as Hemanta, in a quarter provided by the employer of her father aboutthree hundred meters up the road from Hemanta’s shop. Her father worked as a foreman inthe state electricity department.Continue reading “Hemlataa (story-fiction). Part IV.”

Hemlataa (story-fiction) part III.

Continued from part II. Calls to others. This was in a way a great business! Hemanta was clever and had greatbusiness acumen, in addition to his high ardour. The shop was spacious and so Hemantathought of utilising the rear portion of his shop as cabins for phoning while he kept anotherphase openly on the salesContinue reading “Hemlataa (story-fiction) part III.”

Hemlataa (story-fiction) part II.

Continued from part I. Hemanta was the eldest son of his parents. He had a younger sister as his sibling.At the time of his marrying Hemlataaa, he was living in the town some sixteen kilometresdistant from Hemlataaa’s village. His father had worked in the army and had retiredvoluntarily through the VRS* when about five yearsContinue reading “Hemlataa (story-fiction) part II.”

Hemlataa (story-fiction) part I.

Hemlataa was leisurely pacing, herself across her first-floor veranda. Her husbandHemanta was getting ready to open their shop in the absence of their salesman Prasanta H.Her son had gone to school. The morning was fully advanced by then. Now and then her eyeswould drift towards the house opposite hers but she controlled her gaze lestContinue reading “Hemlataa (story-fiction) part I.”

Return Incomplete (Short story). *#

Continued from part I made her feel a lightness mentally as one would feel relieved after putting down a weighty load from hisshoulders! And so one day with moist eyes and longing glances, Bulimaa and her family left her villagehome to live in the city. She had some difficulty in adjusting to the city lifeContinue reading “Return Incomplete (Short story). *#”

Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part IV.

Continued from part III… and keep her daughter company. And when after some weeks her School examinations were overand her daughter was able to stand and walk on her own, it was Padmanav again who hired a taxiand carried the pair to padmavati’s husband’s home in the capital. And at her husband’s house, wheneveryone wasContinue reading “Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part IV.”

Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part III.

Continued from part II… Padmanav: “It really does!”Padmavati: “Do you feel any grief? Have you seen her after her marriage? Did you try tocontact her?”Padmanav: “I feel very sad when I recall her. Of course I have seen her many times after hermarriage, but she does not seem to care about me.”Padmavati: “Then there isContinue reading “Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part III.”

Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part II.

(Continued from part I)… At this Padmanav’s heart began to pound more rapidly. He did not know what to say or do.Should be speak the truth? His strength of character at last made him speak the truth. He said: “It’sme Padmanav from baalinagar”. But Padmavati had forgotten her heart-dear Padmanav. Time, andher engrossment in herContinue reading “Culmination of Childhood Love. (Short story) part II.”

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