Once upon a time, nestled in the heart of Kolkata, a bustling city known for its cultural heritage and delectable sweets, lived a dark-haired young boy named Sudip. As a toddler, Sudip was often seen with a pale face, almost white around the mouth, a common sight for many in his locality who fondly referred to him as the “quiet boy of Kolkata”.
Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Hyderabad, lived a boy named Ravi. Ravi was a vibrant child, the delight of his family. However, he had a peculiar quirk – he had an abnormal appetite for indigestible things like mud, chalk, and sand.
Nirmala, a lively woman hailing from the beautiful city of Jaipur, known for its rich culture and heritage, started experiencing a series of unusual symptoms in her late teens. As the eldest of four sisters, Nirmala was the beacon of strength and resilience in her family.
Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, lived a compassionate woman named Leela. Her life was filled with kindness, love, and respect for all beings. But as Leela aged, she found herself faced with numerous health challenges that became a significant impediment to her lifestyle.
Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Mumbai, there lived an indolent teenager named Bhuvan. An introverted boy, Bhuvan preferred the tranquility of his room over the bustling streets of Mumbai. As a chubby and clumsy teenager, he was habitually careless about his hygiene and despised cold weather.
In the small but vibrant city of Rajkot in Gujarat, a young boy named Dhruv was known for his lively spirit and insatiable love for cricket. In the warm afternoons, one could always find him on the local cricket field, his eyes shimmering with delight as he swung his bat.
In the cultural epicenter of India, the city of Varanasi, lived a man named Vijay. As a young boy, Vijay was energetic and full of life, a pleasure to be around. However, as he transitioned into his teens, he began to develop an unshakeable fear of death. This was quite unusual for his age and noticeably affected his behavior and mood.
Born and brought up in the bustling city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, Aarti was a bubbly girl with flaxen hair, light blue eyes, and fair skin. As an infant, she was often quiet and observant, yet with a distinct streak of stubbornness. However, as she grew older, Aarti started to manifest the first signs of her persistent health troubles.
In the vibrant city of Jaipur, known for its rich culture and history, there lived a young boy named Keshav. Born in a loving family, Keshav was a lively child who loved to explore his surroundings. But even at a young age, Keshav showed signs of unusual restlessness and anguish.
In the quaint city of Bhopal, in the heart of India, lived a man named Rajat. As a young boy, Rajat was energetic and playful, but he often complained of pains that seemed to target his lower abdomen and back. While the pain was usually bearable, there were instances when it escalated to an almost unbearable intensity.