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1st Story Sample : LIFT CHAHIYE? Want a Ride?
Genre : Horror
A boy gets down from an auto ( cab ) late at midnight.The boy lives up on top of a small hill, so he halted the auto at the foot of the hill, as the autowala ( cabbie ) refuses to go up.
The autowala charges him more saying late night fare,but the boy argues and pays him less.As soon as he pays the fare, he sees a wicked smile in the autowala's face.To make sure, he looks again, but the autowala vanishes right in front of him into thin air.
Feeling scared, and uneasy the boy quickly turns and tries to walk up the hill path towards his house.
Its a 20minute walk! So he hurries. Suddenly the auto light flashes on him from behind.Now terrified the boy begins to run up.
He gets tired soon after a few steps, and is shocked to see the auto slowly following him.He quickens his footsteps, but the auto has already reached by his side.He looks towards it, he sees that theres no driver inside it.
Instead,he hears someone say,'Lift Chahiye?'( Want a Ride? ) from the empty moving auto.As he runs up the hill, he hears laughter comming from the auto thats moving alongside him. Panicking the boy rushes to reach his house, but the journey seems to get longer and longer.
What happens next?
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Series : Women!Their Stories by Nandini Deka
2nd Story Sample : UNHAPPILY MARRIED - An Indian Story
Genre : Drama, Social
Meena was smiling to herself,every now and then lost in her own dreams ,she was very excited and happy . She had full right to feel all the excitement,after all she was getting married, and any other girl would be as happy as she was. She was already nearing her early 30s..not perhaps the best looking,but had her own charm and wit..so it seemed that God had sent her the match straight from heaven.
Varun,her would be husband was everything a girl would want in a boy. She had not met him yet but the deep throated voice she had the opportunity of hearing once on the phone had made her go weak on her knees.As the wedding day approached the entire household got busy..it was an occasion to celebrate.
Finally Meena got glimpse of her husband as he sat next to her during the rituals on the shadi mandap. He didnot have his parents as they,along with his brother had met with an accident on the way to a pilgrimage 2years ago.
Rekha his bhabi sat along side him smiling,as she helped with the rituals. She was around 5 years older than Varun.Rekha definately was a gorgeous woman,and it was sad that she lost her husband at such young age.
The wedding was quick and in a last minute request from the groom side all lavish plans were set aside..as the only family the groom had along with him was his Rekha bhabi. It wont be wrong to say that the entire bride selection was done by Rekha bhabi herself.
The journey to Meena's new home was a quiet one. And on reaching her new house she was quickly taken to a room which Meena assumed to be Varun's. She was all alone in the dimly lit room,and after quickly having a wash in the attached bathroom she waited eagerly for Varun to show up. She was feeling very shy and excited.
An hour passed,no sign of Varun or anyone for that matter. It was already past midnight now. Worried Meena got up from the bed and started walking about the room anxiously,there was a closed window which perhaps opened to the inner courtyard she thought. There was complete silence and it seemed the people in the house had gone to sleep. She pulled open the door which was in the end corner of a dimly lit long corridor.
What does she do next?
To be continued....
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DISCLAIMER : This is a work of Fiction.All characters are fictitious.Any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental.
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