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· Marriages are Made in India

· The Tailor's Needle

Short Stories
· Love me or Leave me Chapter 1

· A Story Simply Told

· When I sit down to write

· Our Battle their Defeat

· A Romantic Tale

· Come to the Window

· The Zip

· Home

· The Old Man and the Daring Kids

· There was once a man

· The Literary Author and Language Acquisition

· The Creative Personality

· Why Older People are Weaker

· The Creative Personality

· Chiki Sarkar and the New Crop of Indian Editors

· Why Shakespeare?

· After the Second Novel is Written

· Run-on-rhyme

· Writing the Other Gender in Fiction

· Women's Fiction, Chick Lit, etc.

· Human Progress

· HUmProgress

· Road to the Soul

· Become a Perfect Devil

· When the Soul is in Shatters

· Difficult Moments

· Fighting the Tsunami

· For You I lived

· Unwinding

· Napoleon or Gandhi?

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· Marriages are Made in India ready in it its third avatar

· I have a new, UK, literary agent

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Marriages are Made in India

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Marriages are Made in India
8/15/2012 7:32:39 AM
"The noise of the wedding was over at last. Aslam found himself lying alone in the room next to the one in which his father lay with the bride. Aslam couldnít sleep. He missed his mother. She had always slept near him. He was unable to sleep without her. He wondered how wretched the poor thing would be, and lay tossing from side to side in his torment. He didnít realize that his tears were changing into sobs. The sobs were getting louder and louder even though he tried very hard to suppress them... The newly weds must have been together for at least two hours. Aslam heard the door between the rooms open. Thinking that it was his father who was entering to console him, Aslam stiffened his body even as he sobbed on. He waited for some time but no one said anything. After some time, Aslam opened his eyes slightly. In the little light that was filtering in he saw that it was the bride, not his father."

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More Blogs by Lakshmi Raj Sharma
• A Postulant Demimonde Existence - Sunday, August 19, 2012
•  Marriages are Made in India - Wednesday, August 15, 2012  
• An Interesting Call - Friday, August 10, 2012
• The desire to control and dominate - Friday, August 10, 2012
• Marriages are Made in India - Sunday, August 05, 2012
• (i) - Thursday, August 02, 2012

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