Our story revolves around a vibrant and warm-hearted Christian woman named Alice from the city of Kochi in South India. Alice, a proud mother of two, was a lively spirit whose kindness touched every heart in her close-knit community. Though she lived in the coastal city of Kochi, her ancestral roots could be traced back to the Portuguese settlers who arrived in India centuries ago.
In the heart of Mizoram, a northeastern state in India, a small, vibrant city named Aizawl nestled amidst the serene hills. In this city, lived a spirited Christian boy named Kaleb, who had an insatiable curiosity and an irresistible desire for adventure.
The story begins in the lively city of Pune, where a young boy named Vinay led an energetic and joyous childhood. Born into a loving family, Vinay’s disposition matched the spirit of the city – lively and high-spirited. However, in his teenage years, he started showing signs of extreme anxiety and low spirits, quite contrary to his previous demeanor.
The story of Radhika, from the quaint city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, is an enlightening tale of the healing power of homeopathy. Radhika, a vivacious child, was always the life of her family gatherings. She had twinkling eyes, a vibrant spirit, and her laughter would light up any room.
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.
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