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Anuradha Tatiparti

Abstract Drama


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Anuradha Tatiparti

Abstract Drama


God is Omnipresent

God is Omnipresent

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Year 2006 a very hot afternoon; Annu was returning home after completing her school meeting session ( she was the in-charge of cultural events ). She was in a hurry as her children would be back from school and by chance her children forgot to take the keys on that day. Suddenly she notices a long queue of stranded vehicles because of an accident a little distance away. Oh my god now what? If she would wait it obviously will take a long time for the traffic clearance , so she decided to drive past the railway tracks on the other side.


The tracks were clear no sign of any train coming it seemed the right option, so she took a turn and started driving her two wheeler fast. All well so far, but but her vehicle abruptly stopped right in the middle of the tracks, she kept trying to start her vehicle, move it manually in vain. Now something very frightening happened she could hear the rail engine horn vividly that hinted a train approaching. Now what to do she thought either leave the vehicle and move out or try to start the vehicle once again whatever had to be done immediately, she looked around to see if anyone was around so she could ask for help.


No one was around , a train might be approaching, she kept praying to god and lo behold she heard a voice from behind who said behanji aap hato, before she could realise anything that man lifts the vehicle and shifts it away from the tracks and walks away, no time given even to thank him. Anyway Annu was in a hurry as I said earlier and so she started driving to get back home.44


She got back home and was busy with kids and household chores. In the evening when she was praying to god which is an important routine activity of hers suddenly she recalled the whole incident and is still wondering even today who was that man, where did he come from and so on. And she thinks it was God in human form who came and helped her. Don't you all think so?


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