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.
Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Jaisalmer, famous for its golden fort and Rajasthan’s rich cultural heritage, lived a vibrant young lad named Yusuf. Being a Muslim, Yusuf grew up in a very protective environment, the son of a hardworking carpet weaver who was deeply rooted in his traditions.
Zahira, a young girl from the culturally rich city of Lucknow, was known for her radiant eyes. Her bright eyes, however, started to dim due to a growing discomfort. As she grew from a lively child to a young adult, she began to experience acute catarrhal affections, particularly affecting her eyes and nose.
Once upon a time, in the vibrant city of Jaipur, famous for its royal palaces and colourful culture, lived a man named Abhay. Abhay was a tour guide, his work being to enchant tourists with the historic tales of his beloved city. He was a jovial man, his effervescence infecting everyone he came in contact with.
Rajat was a spirited boy from Bhopal, known for his energy and vivacity. As he grew, his fascination for cricket transformed him into a lively athlete, garnering admiration from his peers. But his carefree adolescence was interrupted when he started exhibiting signs of respiratory issues.
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 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.