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This story is a portrayal of a telephonic conversation between two friends, of course between two opposite sex people only and let me tell about myself- I am Neha – working as a software engineer in Infosys. I have a close teddy friend, nope he is not a doll but a kind hearted handsome man, working as a software engineer in Oracle; and his name is Ashik. But don’t think that this conversation is between me and Ashik because it is about him with my colleague Sameer, a tall and handsome guy. Sameer called me up last night when I think the time would be around 10:15 PM, and said a big 'Hi' to me.

Me: Hi Sameer, How was your day?

Sameer: It was fine day, and I hope you had a great day.

Me: Yeah man, it was awesome as we all partied for our project success.

Sameer: I am glad that you too joined us, because usually you will be logged in your phone at that time.

Me: Hey… stop… I will be talking with my teddy…

Sameer: Teddy…? That’s interesting, what is the real name?

Me: Ashik, my close friend right from my college days, you know he is very smart, kind hearted and caring guy. He always backs me whenever I am down and whenever I feel sad. He is the sweetest person I ever met in my life and I feel I want to be with him forever.

Sameer: That’s cool Neha! So when you meet him first?

Me: Sameer, how can I forget those sweet moments? I was wearing a peacock blue salwar kameez with matching bangles, rings and bindis, and he was wearing a blue jean with a white shirt and looking cool in his favorite colors. If am not wrong, it was the 8th of September 2004, 08:08 AM. He sat down next to me and was listening to the stupid lecture given by my Prince at his best. I interrupted him and enquired about his schooling, marks and the department to which he belonged. Luckily, he said IT to which I belonged too and that was where our sweetest friendship started.

Sameer: Interesting!!! Go ahead...

Me: We exchanged our numbers in a day or two and as time progressed, we came closer through text at first and then with phone calls. The first semester was the best part as we discovered the true relationship between us, and when the exams came, we both studied either in my room or in his. Our parents understood us well too.

Sameer: Hmmm... great! Any outings?

Me: How come with that? During our first semester holidays we both went to Mayajaal, MGM and to some good resorts out there. It was funny and enjoyable as he did some nonsense and movies were the best pass time for us.

Sameer: I think he is the best part of you!

Me: I accept. He is the best part of mine, let it be studies or fun filled moments or emotions; he reflects me and soothes me when required. Days were special till we completed our sixth semester but that was the time when we slogged a lot. Our study time extended and we prepared ourselves for our placements, and the reason behind me being your colleague is Ashik. He is the one who always pushes me hard and gives me confidence that I can do it. But the saddest part did not get selected.

Sameer: Oh my God! You might have cried a lot in spite of your happy moments.

Me: I did cry silently but I know he deserves better and that’s what happened to him. But the days that followed were the sweetest part of our life, golden moments or any word which describes it better. We both spent most of our times in malls or resorts and even we visited our natives and enjoyed the fresh air.

Sameer: Hmmm...

Me: Once we entered our final semester, we concentrated more in our project and colorfully completed our college life. Though it hurts a little to miss those sweet and idiotic moments, we were happy roaming in and out of the city.

Sameer: But how was your first day in office?

Me: Hey, it was the funniest day in my life, as for the first time, I filled some applications and followed some process without his shadow. That night I got many scolding from him for my stupid mistakes. In my training days, I missed him a lot – slogged for clearing the tests but at last completed colorfully and now my life is happy.

Sameer: So what’s next?

Me: You mean marriage, right?

Sameer: Yes, of course! If am not wrong, you will marry your love, I mean Ashik.

Me: Hey, cut the crap, he is my best part but coming to marriage life I give the choice to my parents and they know better. Actually they found a match for me and his name is Rohit.

Sameer: What did Ashik say?

Me: Ashik and my parents enquired about him and they found that Rohit is not good, and they put a full stop to him. Actually Ashik is very worried about my life, so he himself is finalizing things.

Sameer: I think Ashik is in love with you.

Me: What’s wrong with you? Please don’t mistake us. He is the one who finalized RAHUL, you know how hard efforts he put to find a good guy for me. He along with my parents finalized him.

Sameer: Who is he?

Me: My fiancé, I got engaged last month, and in another two months we are getting married.

Sameer: Am really shocked yaar. I thought Ashik would be life partner but you are saying Rahul as he is the one finalized by your parents. In what way he will match you, will he be your shadow as Ashik used to be?

Me: Hey, Rahul is sweet, he understands me better and I hope he will be my sweetest partner of my life.

Sameer: I am confused.

Me: Don’t get confused, Ashik is always my best part and best friend for life and Rahul is my life. I am feeling sleepy, Good Night.

Sameer: Hmmm Good Night Neha.

I ended the call and was thinking about Sameer, how he misunderstood the relationship between Ashik and me. Sameer kind of guys, always don’t know what’s happening between best friends and they always keep puzzling about us. And the worst part is sometimes they speak badly about us which hurts a lot.

I sincerely request you all not to misunderstand the purest relationship in the world – friendship, for some it starts with friendship, followed by love and ends in marriage which is not stable; but for me and Ashik it starts with friendship, follows with friendship and never ends. You can call it as friendship or a HIDDEN word which clarifies better. In my opinion, it is FRIENDSHIP + LOVE + CARE = HIDDEN, the word which needs to be found and added to dictionary.

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21 comments:

  1. Hi,

    Beautiful portrayal of friendship, Oops the Hidden word. Well written. All the Best for Blog-a-ton11.

    Yours,
    Saras

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  2. Well Narrated, typical style of you. All The Best.

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  3. Good narration! :) reveals the hidden! ;)

    Leo - Hidden

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  4. Contemporary emotions and how all the hiding in the world cannot prevent the real things from bcoming manifest.
    Lovely choice of thoughts and words

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  5. wow a really nice potrayal on friendships between opposite sexes.
    Beautiful narration.

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  6. @Saras

    i am very happy that you liked it and am glad to see your respose for all my posts.

    @Theworldofjoy
    Thanks for your encouraging comments.

    @Leo
    Leo, you are a msaterpiece, thanks for your comments

    @Brijender Singh
    I am glad that you liked my thoughts. Thanks for the encouraging words

    @Scribbling Girl
    I am happy that you liked it :-)

    Motivating comments are the one which makes one shine a lot, i expect all the readers to read all my post and encourage me constantly. Thanks for your support till now and for the future too :-)

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  7. Interesting take on the friendship topic.
    Nicely done.

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  8. So very true Neha ..I loved ur post coz its honest and direct from heart and also happy to see that friendship are respected in form of friendship ..It makes me wonder too why people think best friends from oppsoite gender can end up ony falling in love ? You have beautifully answered through your own life example nd blv me , it just made me smile :) Wishing u a happy life ahead with Rahul and Ashik :)All the best for BATOM :)

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  9. @ Gyanban

    Thanks man.

    @adreamygal
    I am very glad that you liked it a lot and you too made me happy by such enthusiastic comments.

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  10. A different take - a highly debated topic = possibility of platonic friendship between people of opposite gender.

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  11. Nicely written. The narration was the key! :)

    All the best for BAT!
    PS: http://bit.ly/thestupidgirl

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  12. very well narrated story with a matured treatment ....
    i liked it...
    enjoyed the reading...
    I agree with whatever you have said in this post...
    there are very few people who can understand friendship .... if it a gal and boy....my gudness....they imagine very possible thing under the sky...
    anyway, al d best :)

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  13. @gkam

    Thanks man

    @The Fool
    Thanks for your enthusiastic comments, i need constant support from people like you.

    @The Virgin Author
    Thanks man

    @Mahesh Kalaal
    Thanks for your encouraging thoughts.

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  14. ha ha ha..... this is super post boss...exactly true...if the girl herself reads the arti she will see the hidden meaning!!!

    Ultimate...:D

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  15. @Sid

    Thanks man

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  17. My best friend is a guy so I could understand Neha's feelings.

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  18. Interesting thoughts!!
    Very few would understand that Hidden part though!!
    All the best for BAT-11!
    Cheers :)

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  19. my best friends have been guys too!! and i totally agree!! :) liked the story!! :)

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  20. @ Nethra,
    Thanks Nethra :-)

    @Shilpa Garg
    Thanks for your encouraging thoughts.

    @Deeps
    Thanks :-)

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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