Meet Zafar, a middle-aged Parsi gentleman hailing from the vibrant city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat. Born into a family of weavers, Zafar spent most of his early life surrounded by vibrant threads and intricate patterns. Yet, his life was far from seamless. As a child, Zafar was prone to catarrhal and scrofulous inflammations which would often leave him bedridden for days.
Once upon a time in the bustling city of Bhubaneswar in Eastern India, there lived an Aggarwal family known for their trade in textiles. The family’s young scion, Naveen, was a promising business graduate, but destiny had another plan for him. A dark-complexioned, nervously organised man, Naveen was known for his tireless dedication to his family business.
From the bustling city of Kolkata lived a lively young man named Ranjan. He was known for his active participation in social activities and his vibrant presence in the neighborhood. He had a caring heart and a spirited mind, admired for his zeal and dedication. However, Ranjan’s life was not always full of excitement.
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.
Born in the serene city of Coimbatore in southern India, Lakshmi’s life was an intriguing tale of symptoms that trailed her through her life’s stages, leading her eventually to the renowned homeopath Dr. Anil Singhal MD. of Gurugram, near New Delhi.