The Days We lost Part-II

In my family there were my grandfather, three uncles and aunts, besides my parents, four boys and five girls of elder brother of my father, we were four brothers and one sister, and my two uncles had six boys and four girls. There were twenty-nine members in our family.

With the gradual passage of time, the situation of separatism in the family arose due to the small house which my younger uncle started. The house was just an excuse, the younger one was his mindset, especially my aunt, because my uncle was the only source of external income in the house, everyone else did farming.

Whereas today we have four different brothers. Two are in the village, settled in a different city and I separate. My story is very modern. I have two girls and a boy. My elder girl works elsewhere. Where she lives with her mother. I live with a girl and a boy. Perhaps this is called modernism when not only the family, members of the family also live separately. Read More…

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Hi ! I am Ashok Sharma. I studied at Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana, India. Reading and writing have been my hobbies since childhood. Do not try to plan everything in the very last detail. Just create it, publish it and get feed back from you. But if you really want to grow then you will need points of leverage and most of them come from knowing people. Change is going to be continuous. It is a beginning, not an end. It will be my constant endeavor to thank the readers for their love, guidance and interest that I can do better than ever……..

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