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What The If !!

Being an Indian, we follow the old rituals and superstitions. One of them is " girls are not allowed to travel alone and roam around by there own will" .  No matter how much we talk about feminism, 90% of our society is still orthodox and conventional. There is always a series of "What If ", what if something happens, what if u got bad company, what if your driver is not good, what if the hotel u booked turns up bad choice, what if you cant manage it all alone... and many others!!  Well talking about it, I have two big orthodox super caring families. Nitin, on the contrary, is super chilled and heterodox. He believes in the concept of Independent Women and free soul. So, we have this understanding that every year both of us will take one individual trip along with our buddies and small 2-3 holidays together as a couple.  Last year janab went to a road trip with 2 of his buddies and had a great 5 days holiday. But unfortunately, I couldn't plan one. And
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Thank You Tintin Jain

Well, the title of the post makes it obvious that this is purely dedicated to my darling husband Tintin Jain aka  Nitin . The Brief story of Tintn<3Tuntun - We were from the same college BIT, Jaipur. Nitin was in his last year of masters when I joined the college for my bachelors. We met and it was the love at first sight as he tells me ;) for me it took some time to even think about it. We spent almost 4 years together, connected as best friends. He was my mentor and I was his inspiration. Later one day he proposed me in a very amazing style of his own, typical Nitin :P and I didn't answered and left. In my super orthodox family, its was way too difficult to have an intercaste marriage. Nitin stood firmly with me and supported me in every possible way. The trust we had in each other made us move forward together. We fought all the odds and convinced our family and finally, after 2 years they said YES. Bas phir chat mangni te patt vyah !! In one and half month, we pla