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.
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