Asha was born into a devout Parsi family in the quaint coastal city of Vizhinjam in Kerala. Her early years were filled with joy, surrounded by the warmth of her family and the stunning landscape that is quintessential to South India. But as Asha grew, her health became a consistent concern.
Once upon a time, in the mystical city of Udaipur, lived a Jain family, the Mehtas. In the labyrinth of history and heritage was born a young boy, Manish Mehta. Despite the city’s vibrancy and vitality, Manish’s life was a contrasting image of the beautiful landscapes he was surrounded by.
Born into a Jain family in the bustling city of Ahmedabad, young Rohan Shah was a vibrant, active child, full of energy and mischief. As a child, he was unusually hungry, devouring meals that would put adults to shame, yet his body didn’t reflect his eating habits.
Our story unfolds around a woman named Manisha Agarwal, originally from the vibrant city of Ahmedabad, but migrated to the bustling city of Dubai for a better life. Manisha was a striking woman with an easy disposition, dark hair, and a rigid constitution. Being the resilient woman she was, she embraced the challenges life threw at her.
Our story begins with the life of a young Parsi woman named Shirin, who grew up in the quaint city of Udvada, Gujarat, known for its Zoroastrian Atash Behram, the most sacred of the Zoroastrian fire temples. Shirin was full of life, a bubbly teenager with a keen interest in classical music, always humming some