A girl who was called Vinita Nair all through her college life after marriage was known as Vinita Singh. And why not, she was married to Jitendra Singh, a North Indian. And I have no qualms in admitting that I was madly in love with Jitu as I fondly call him. Caste, language held no place in our relation. We first met in college. Friends of the same group so there was no discomfort. We went places; spoke over the phone just like any other friends would do. More
I owe my life to my sister Ujwala who is the main protagonist of my love story. It was more like a 60s black and white love story. I remember dropping my little sister to school every single day on my cycle. On my way to school, there was this pretty girl who always shied away every time she saw me. I still don’t know why. Her pretty and innocent face had attracted me beyond words. Like a typical man, I had the courage to try initiating a conversation with her, and she being the typical girl always shied away making excuses. Ujwala who noticed all of this told me her name is Sangeeta. More
I first met her at my coaching class when we both were kids of 10th grade. This happened in the year 2005. Before I met her, I remember being friends with only books. I knew there was something between us, a unfelt and unseen spark. I couldn’t stop myself and proposed her the same year. But much to my disappointment, she said a no. After that for 3 long years I was clueless as to where has Supriya gone, where she lives, what she is doing. But somehow, my love for her just didn’t seem to fade. In fact it grew deeper and deeper. More
A love affair that started in college. It started in fun, for time pass just so that I have somebody to hang out with, talk to and share my happiness and sadness with. It was unimaginable for a boy like me to carry an affair for 4 years long. And Vijay being my name which also means victory, I had typical spoilt brat kinds behaviour. I hated defeat, but this girl I met ,she taught me a taste of defeat helps you enjoy victory in a better way.
I never knew the girl I only liked; she will at some point be one of the most important part of my life. The love of my life Shweta taught me to love, to smile, to be happy-go-lucky and taught how beautiful life is when lived correctly. More
Good friends from the 6th grade till 10th grade, lost touch after Sushant shifted to another area. Chetna,that is me never knew if I will ever meet him or not, but as destiny had it, Facebook helped us get in touch when we both were in junior college. One by one event unfolded. Constant chatting, texting and late night calls brought us closer, closer than we thought we would be. On our third meeting, Sushant and I met over dinner. More