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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Is this really a virtual world ? - Dedicated to Indian Home Maker and her daughter "Tejaswee"

I have always been calling the internet the virtual world. The friends I made there, I called the friends of the virtual world. Most often I do not meet face to face with my friends of the virtual world. With some such friends I share lots of interests, habits and hobbies too.We make all kinds of friends on the internet, some get more connected to us some are less connected. But there are some people who have something in them which allows other people to trust them more. I had no idea that the bonds with people whom we have not seen or spoken can be so strong !!

Only yesterday night when I came to know about the death of one of my blogger friend's teen aged daughter , I realized this.The Indian Home Maker (popularly called IHM), a very liked and famous blogger. Tejaswee was her daughter. I did not know her name, I never saw her. When yesterday night I came to know of this recent tragedy in her life, I suddenly realized how much I felt connected to her.This was the first time I saw her daughters face, came to know about some facts of her life.

From what I know of IHM through her posts, her thoughts and her conversations with me , I am sure Tejaswee was one person whom we all desperately needed with us here. It is difficult to explain how I felt. I then introspected about my connection with IHM and decided to write about it.
Two of Tejaswee's writings that I liked the most, I am creating a link for them.

No matter what I do , what I say, I know I cannot reduce your pain IHM...I just want you to know that I too am one of the many persons who love you for the kind of person that you are. I want to share your pains with you.

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  1. Hi Niharika, this is so painful! Losing one's daughter at such an early stage of life, I don't have words to... Really a big big tragedy. May her soul rest in peace. My heartfelt condolences to IHM. Hope she is strong enough to come out of this trauma.

  2. thank you for your comment and promotion Aswani :)

  3. hello i think words cannot my true feelings for your blogger friend ,

    i hope and pray may god give her strength to bear this unbearable tragedy ,i lost my only best friend who was my elder brother too so many years ago but feel like it happened moment ago , thanks for sharing take care god bless you

  4. Hi Baili, thank you for your soothing words for her. :)

  5. Hi Niharika,

    Nice Blog post. Would like to hear from you on on how to innovate on my blog post.

    Thanks & Regards,

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  7. @Devashish I tried contacting you on your email twice, it is bouncing back. You can please email me, my contact details are on the home page. :)


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