In the southern town of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, lived a young Sikh man named Harpreet Singh. Originally from Amritsar, Harpreet had moved to Madurai for his engineering studies. His life was a whirlwind of assignments, exams, and engineering models until he began to feel unwell.
Meet Manju, an Aggarwal woman hailing from the bustling city of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Born into a jeweler’s family, Manju was a vibrant, energetic young girl. But even at a young age, she started showing peculiar symptoms that worried her parents – ulcers in her mouth, highly sensitive to touch, appearing deep, perforating, and bearing a bluish-black base. They bled easily and showed signs of sloughing, alarming her parents and leading to a journey in search of medical help.
In the bustling city of Vadodara, Gujarat, lived a vibrant Sikh family. The heart of this family was a bright and lively young boy, Jagdeep Singh. From a young age, Jagdeep was larger than most kids his age – tall, fleshy, and filled with energy.
A captivating story starts in the city of Kolhapur, a vibrant city known for its unique cuisine and grand temples, located in the southwestern corner of Maharashtra. Here lived Harjeet, a Sikh gentleman, whose life seemed like a dance with constant motion. He was known for his vitality and insatiable love for life.
The story begins in the lively city of Pune, where a young boy named Vinay led an energetic and joyous childhood. Born into a loving family, Vinay’s disposition matched the spirit of the city – lively and high-spirited. However, in his teenage years, he started showing signs of extreme anxiety and low spirits, quite contrary to his previous demeanor.
The story of Radhika, from the quaint city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, is an enlightening tale of the healing power of homeopathy. Radhika, a vivacious child, was always the life of her family gatherings. She had twinkling eyes, a vibrant spirit, and her laughter would light up any room.
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.
Born into a Jain family in the bustling city of Ahmedabad, young Rohan Shah was a vibrant, active child, full of energy and mischief. As a child, he was unusually hungry, devouring meals that would put adults to shame, yet his body didn’t reflect his eating habits.
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 Hyderabad, lived a boy named Ravi. Ravi was a vibrant child, the delight of his family. However, he had a peculiar quirk – he had an abnormal appetite for indigestible things like mud, chalk, and sand.