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Coimbatore

The course of true love ran smooth at hospital bed in Masinagudi

Renald.A.Frank

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Coimbatore: I love you not because of the way you are but because of the way I feel living with you found its true expression. In this virtual world where life is not about Netflix and chill, or money and fame, a small village Masinagudi in the Nilgiris was witness to an emotional moment.

A young boy and girl of the village tied the nuptial knot at a place that many hate to visit under normal circumstances. Shilpa and Vijay were studying together at a college in Coimbatore. They breathed together and laughed together during many a happy moment.

Their families had fixed their marriage but a train accident during a trip to Vellore left Vijay maimed for the rest of his life. One of his legs was completely crushed while the other remained though of no use. Shilpa could not believe what had just happened while Vijay too was unable to control his emotions. Shilpa was asked to forget Vijay as her life partner. But she was not the type that could easily forget the happy moments they had together and boldly went ahead with the decision to marry Vijay. The marriage was solemnised in the hospital where Vijay remained bed-ridden. It reminded one of the wedding of Nick Vujicic, a man born without limbs for no medical reason.

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