Tia paced up and down the length of the hospital corridor, for the umpteenth time. Hands clutched tight, with her knuckles almost jutting out of her skin, she was a bundle of nerves. Sweat trickled down her forehead, even in the controlled environment around, with the hospital’s pleasant air-conditioning. Every now and then, Tia looked anxiously at the stark white door, at the end of the corridor, that had the words ‘operation-theatre’ written boldly on it, in black. The light above it still glimmered ‘red’.
"Dimpy, you naughty child! Come and have the Chyawanprash. Got the mango flavour this time, specially for you. Do you want to hear the rabbit story that aunt Tia told you or not?" Maansi ran after Dimpy, her little bundle of joy, all of 6 years old. "It is Saturday today and Tia aunt would be coming home too, remember? She'll tell you a new story, if you'll be a good girl. Come on now sweetheart," Maansi was tired chasing her little angel. Her cute angel ~ her healthy and happy one. She had ensured all of proper diet and good nutrition since young for her child. Add to that, she gave her spoonfuls of ayurvedic goodness Dabur Chyawanprash everyday and had brought her up religiously with Dabur Tail massages. Result was a darling, active child who kept the family on their toes with her delightful antics.
"Mango, did you say mango, mummy?" And before Maansi could answer, her little angel came rushing to her side and opened her mouth eagerly, to lick off her favourite mango flavoured Chyawanprash from the spoon, her mother held. "Will Tia aunt take us picnic tomorrow, mummy?" Dimpy asked her mother, looking eagerly.
Every Sunday, Tia aunt took the whole family to picnic on a nature-trail, at the nearby hill-resort. In the open spaces, Dimpy had grown close to nature and looked forward to these regular outings.
"Yes, sweetheart. Now be a good girl and finish your homework before aunt Tia comes. And then we'll all enjoy together," Maansi said, looking fondly at her child. As the young girl went hopping off to finish her homework, with two pig-tails bouncing on her head, Maansi thought of Tia. Tia was her sister-in-law. Its been 7 years almost since she witnessed that awful day at the hospital. Tia had bellowed in heartwrenching pain, at the loss of her child. The grief the family faced, was terrible. Only with arrival of Dimpy, things changed and brightened. Seeing such an early demise of a little baby earlier, Maansi was determined to bring her own child up with outmost care. Unlike Tia's troubled marriage, Maansi had a supportive and caring husband; after all he too had witnessed that pain. And a healthy child like Dimpy made their little family indeed a happy one. Seeing Dimpy's twinkling eyes and chirpy demeanor, Tia too gradually got over the pain in her life. And made it a point to visit every weekend without fail.
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