A mad story

Once there lived a diligent farmer named Vridhaa and his daughter Nandini in an impious locality of Nayana’s kingdom. He was an atheist who strongly believed in lively miracles rather than the highly illogical myths and worships raised by the Hinduism believers in his nation. Nandini was a firm believer of Lord Krishna though. She used to go to temples in the early mornings and late evenings for showing her devotion and love towards the almighty- who is the creator of everything in this world. Vridhaa had given a full freedom to her daughter in everything including her beliefs and faith in God; all because of the reason that her mother passed away when she was 6 years old.

‘The only girl who is a fool-shy-good looking-dad’s enemy-immorally upright being’, this was the common opinion about Nandini by the public in their area.

It was during the mid of an after Christ period, recession struck the kingdom in a very destructive manner. People in the nation started to shift and settle down in other nations to earn a living. Nayana came to know about the bad statistics of his nation, and think about an apt solution for a change which can bring his kingdom’s richness as before in every aspect.

Finally, Nayana found out the reason behind his country’s worst situation through Nandini ”someway” and they together decided to kill Vridhaa, the atheist who is responsible for the country’s scenario. 

While taking dinner, ‘Have you ever believed in God?’, Nandini asked her dad.

‘No! I’m a true believer of a science which is unknown for most among us, but the exact reason for every happenings in this world. Why did you ask so?’, Vridhaa inquired.

Nandini took the revolver which was held behind her and *Shooooo*

Vridhaa dead, Nayana ruled his wealthy nation along with Nandini as his queen in an explicit way and they lived together for many years’

13 thoughts on “A mad story

    • I’m glad that you liked it, Didi! 🙂 🙂
      Awww…! Thank you so much for the nomination as well, dear one. Have a good time there. God bless. Cheers.\m/ 🙂


  1. HEHE…
    All things went okay…Until “Why did you ask so?”….
    Then *Shoooo*….
    The mental images in my mind right now….Hilarious…
    Mad story indeed…

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