Omji Publishing House
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Love and Romance
Jaha Chai Taha Pai Na, Jaha Pai Taha Chai Na.
What we desire, we dont acquire, what we acquire we dont desire.
- Rabindranath Tagore
Life is a journey and no matter how beautiful the destination is what counts at the end is the memory of that long journey one has traversed. A vital part of this journey is decided by those people who allow us to metamorphose into the person we become. God pre-decides who is going to be part of our life. but, if Rab ne bana di Jodi then why do people censor such a beautiful relationship with forced ties in the form of arranged marriages? Who gives us the authority to decide what is better - love marriages or arranged?
The plain truth is that a deep understanding of our spouse is the essence of this beautiful relationship. Trisha is the story of a young girl who loved to live her life on her own terms and conditions. She was ambitious and goal oriented girl but away from the emotion called love until destiny finally brings love to her doorstep. Though Trisha believed that love is not her cup of tea she had a list of boys who were lovestruck each time they saw this young woman. Was it her eyes, her smile or a mans bleeding lust for company?
Love strikes each human being but what do we call those who fall for two people at the same time? A two timer, cheater, fake? This is probably that what you can call Arnab whom Trisha met under some bizarre circumstances and fell for instantly. Was this relationship a real commitment from both of them? Trisha risks her all just to be married to the love of her life, but her life is reduced to a sham when instead of a proposal her beau hands over a card to her His wedding invitation. After the breakup Trisha begins to believe that all is lost. Her trust is shattered. Trisha leaves Arnab and her native place but the memories are hers to carry. She feels battered and sinks into a massive depression. The worst feeling in the world is not losing someone but realising that in losing them we have actually lost our-self.
With a self-effacing self she questions why her destiny is so twisted. Neither is she a keep nor a wife, neither is she satisfied nor is she angry. She feels her life dangling in between all extremities.
Will Trisha emerge victorious after life punched her in the face ? Is this the end of the road or just a new beginning? Will the morning bring back the vivacious and bold Trisha back? Will she ever justify being in any relation any more. Will she realize that she doesn't deserve to consider options?
Unfold the pages of Trishas life and experiences on her journey as she moves from the realm of fantasy love, betrayal and deception. Its all about Trisha.