Life Across Border – 2

Part – I :
Life Across Border – l

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These are my thoughts on what would be situation for the people who had to leave their home at the time of India-Pakistan Separation.

In first part, I have portrayed feeling of each member of a joint family when they forcibly took decision to leave their beloved home.

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Yes, the family of 14 people from grandparents to small children all came out with two Bullock cart and very limited things finally they left the palace like house and joined group of people like them who are also leaving their home.

Their future is dark now.
They don’t have any issues with their neighbors. They are happy with them.
But, they have to leave with heavy heart.

The grandparents and children sat in Bullock cart and remaining members started walking slowly. But, don’t know why legs used to rushing for shop every morning suddenly lost it’s power. They are not ready to take this step.
The mind was ready to take any risk in business is not ready for this risk.

They were able to see the ray of shine in the business risk.
But, here??
Here, they can show only dark future and so not ready to take risk.

to be continued….

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