In the vibrant city of Jaipur, known for its royal heritage and colourful traditions, lived a humble man named Manish. He was born into a family of artisans, known for their intricate work on jewellery. Manish spent his childhood learning the art, often spending hours carefully engraving designs on precious stones.
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.