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.
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.
The bustling city of Pune, in the Indian state of Maharashtra, was home to a young boy named Aman. Aman’s life story was unusual, marked with a peculiar set of symptoms that trailed him at various stages of his life.