The untold side of a story

Always try to turn the page of a book which is being left unturned; because some pages of the story are always unturned and untold.

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Heya fellows..!! 🙂

Hope you guys are rocking. 🙂 Here in INDIA it’s so hot, though it’s not the summer season but still the temperature is just rising and keeps on rising. FEWWIISSHH…!! (Sigh)

Well I told you that in this post I am gonna tell you about the incident which changes Ahaana’s image. So the incident is:

 

As we know that she use to be the vivacious girl whom everyone likes to be friends with.  So during sunny days on a regular day of her schooling at 9th standard she was a class monitor 🙂  her class teacher was MRS. SINGH.  She use to go to school from auto rickshaw (a kind of vehicle.); as usual she was waiting for it after school with her auto mates. When she saw one of her immediate seniors was coming to her.  She greeted him with HI! So the senior told her to move little away from her friends with whom she was standing and said he wants to tell her something. So as a courtesy she moved; after which the senior told her that one of his friends likes her(giving a paper piece to her which includes the writing of his friend) ; hearing which she was shocked; because the guy who likes her was an elder brother of one her male friends. She said “tell your friend that there’s a no from my side” to her senior; hold him back the paper piece (without opening) and moved away from there.

Next day he went to her friend and told the whole incident; hearing which her friend told her that he is unaware of all this shitty things and said her not to tell about this incident to anyone in the class; and let him talk to his brother first. She nodded.  During breakfast break the boy went to his brother and return to the class after the break. Then during lunch break he told her that his brother is not into her and he just executed a bet which he had with his classmates. She was shocked :O :O  “Yes Ahaana. Even I couldn’t imagine this ever that my brother will go to this level. Please ignore all these if you can and just keep a distance from them now. And don’t worries I haven’t tell him anything about our conversation. You are a good girl Ahaana. If there’s any other girl instead of you may be I wouldn’t have mind so much. But I know you are never in these kind of stuffs neither I want you to get involved in coming future that’s why I did this all. Though my brother told me not to get involved in this, but still I don’t want your image to get spoiled because of any jerks.”-said her friend. Ahaana was sad hearing all this but somewhere in the corner of her heart she was happy, because she never thought that this friend of her is so genuine.

After this incident days passed normal. She faced her half yearly exam; and there comes a BIG DAY- THE RESULT DAY. As every student is afraid of this day Ahaana too was. She went with her father to collect the result. There in the class was sitting MRS.SINGH.  She scored 65+ percentages in her exams. She was happy; as she knew under what circumstances she wrote her exams and secured this percentage. But her father wasn’t as she use to be a bright student. As they were returning MRS SINGH stopped them and called them back. When they went to the teacher she told to her father “MR RATHODE Ahaana is a good girl. She use to study good but now she is slipping out of your hands. ” Ahaana and Mr Rathode both were shocked. “Yes you heard it right. After school she must go to her vehicle from which she use to come; but instead she use to stand with boys and talks to them laughing and giggling and that to with her seniors who are not so good in studies nor in character. She use to take the chits (paper pieces) from them and what not; and I hope you understand what can be written in that chits. And more over she use to send the messages to them through her male friends(and when she said this line, the guy whose brother proposed her turns his head back towards them and came near them.” Hearing all this Ahaana’s eyes were filled with water and Mr Rathode was in the ninth cloud of anger. The guy came near them and told to Mrs Singh ”Maa’m why are you telling lie? It’s not like that as you are thinking and dictating to her father. I know what exactly the incident was. And it was totally opposite as you saw. He is my brother and I…” in the meanwhile her father thanked her teacher and ordered Ahaana to come with him; drop her to house and went for office. In the same evening after returning from his work her father scolded her in front of her mother and younger brother and said some rude things to her and dictated the whole incident to her mother adding “this is the reason why we are sending her to school to secure low marks and doing all other stuffs ”. Her father was filled with anger. Her mother ordered her to go inside the room and calm down her husband.  There’s no one with Ahaana. She was all alone. Crying. But silently. Tears rolling down her cheeks; squeezing in the corner of the room. 😦

 

PS: WHAT WAS HER FAULT IN ALL THIS? THE FAULT THAT SHE DIDN’T UNDERSTAND THAT THE SENIOR WHO CAME TO HER IS GOING TO SAY ALL THESE TO HER? THE FAULT THAT SHE TALKED WITH HER SENIORS IN THE ROAD AFTER SCHOOL? OR THE FAULT THAT SHE TOLD THIS INCIDENT TO HER FRIEND THINKING IT CAN GET OVER THERE ITSELF?

I DON’T THINK THERE’S ANY FAULT OF HER. MAY BE IT WAS JUST THE VIEW FROM HER TEACHER WHO MISUNDERSTOOD THE CONDITION AND NARRATED THE STORY TO HER FATHER.

MAY BE HER PARENT SHOULD LISTEN TO HER SIDE AS WELL BEFORE SCOLDING AND SENDING HER TO THE ROOM WHERE SHE WAS ALL ALONE; BECAUSE THERE ALWAYS THE THREE SIDE OF A STORY

  • THE SIDE WHICH YOU LISTEN

  • THE SIDE WHICH YOU SAW AND

  • THE SIDE WHICH ACTUALLY TOOK PLACE

 

 

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