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Do i belong here?

Where should i go?

In the vibrant city of Kolkata, the dawn brought with it a story unlike any other. Aditya, a newborn baby boy, opened his eyes to the world, his small fingers curling around his mother Mrinalini’s finger. She whispered softly, “Welcome to the world, my precious Aditya.” Her voice held a mixture of love and tenderness, as she cradled him in her arms.

Surya, Aditya’s father, stood by, his eyes shining with pride. He placed a reassuring hand on Aditya’s tiny back, silently conveying his unwavering support. “You’ve got a whole world ahead of you, Aditya,” Surya said with a gentle smile, his voice full of hope.

As Aditya grew, moments of maternal love and paternal encouragement became the cornerstones of his life. Mrinalini’s laughter filled their home as she engaged in playful conversations with Aditya, saying, “You’re going to be a curious little explorer, aren’t you?” Her affectionate words were like a soothing melody to his ears.

During quiet evenings, Surya would sit with Aditya, sharing stories of perseverance and strength, inspiring him with tales of heroes who faced insurmountable odds. “Remember, Aditya, no matter what life brings, you have the power within you to overcome,” Surya would say, his eyes reflecting the belief he held in his son.

Yet, despite the warmth and love that surrounded him, Aditya’s heart was not free from doubt. In the stillness of night, as he gazed at the stars from his window, he found himself lost in thoughts that danced on the border between reality and imagination. “Am I really meant to be here? Is this world truly where I belong?” These self-doubts lingered, like shadows in the corners of his mind.

In those moments, his mind wandered to the memories of his past life as Narakasura. He couldn’t comprehend how he had transitioned from the fierce battles of that existence to the tender embrace of his mother’s arms. The contrasts confused him, causing ripples of uncertainty to disturb the waters of his young soul.

As Aditya approached his 18th year, his self-doubt persisted, shaping his introspective nature. Walking through Kolkata’s bustling streets, he felt like a stranger in a familiar land. It was during these times that Mrinalini’s comforting words resonated the most. “You are a gift, Aditya. You bring a unique light to this world,” she’d say, her voice like a beacon cutting through the fog of his uncertainty.

Aditya found himself standing before a centuries-old temple. The air was thick with the scent of incense, and the soft glow of candles illuminated the path ahead. Aditya’s footsteps echoed as he approached the temple priest, a wise and kind figure who had seen many seekers like him.

“Namaste, young one,” the temple priest greeted with a gentle smile. “What brings you to this sacred place today?”

Aditya folded his hands in reverence and replied, “Namaste, sir. I’ve been contemplating my path in life, seeking guidance on where I should direct my steps.”

The priest nodded knowingly. “A noble quest, indeed. Within these walls, many have found solace and insight. What is it that weighs on your heart?”

Aditya’s gaze dropped to the ground, his voice soft but resolute. “I’m at a crossroads, unsure of my purpose and the direction I should take.”

The priest’s eyes held a depth of understanding as he motioned for Aditya to sit beside him on a stone bench. “Life often reveals its purpose in mysterious ways, my child. Tell me, what stirs your passions? What do you hold dear in your heart?”

Aditya hesitated, his mind a canvas of thoughts and emotions. “I find myself drawn to knowledge, to understanding the intricacies of life and existence. I yearn to make a meaningful impact, but I’m unsure of the path to take.”

The priest nodded, his gaze steady. “Passion for knowledge is a noble pursuit, one that can illuminate not only your own path but also the paths of those around you. Knowledge is like a river that flows, shaping the lands it touches. But remember, the river doesn’t rush. It takes its time, carving out its course with patience and persistence.”

Aditya’s eyes lifted, meeting the priest’s gaze. “I fear I may not be strong enough to overcome life’s challenges.”

The priest’s smile was gentle, yet it held a glimmer of reassurance. “Strength comes in many forms, my child. It’s not just physical prowess, but the strength to endure, to adapt, and to remain true to your convictions. The battles you’ve faced, whether in this life or a previous one, have shaped the core of who you are.”

Aditya’s thoughts drifted momentarily to his past life as Narakasura, but he kept his silence, absorbing the priest’s wisdom.

“You have a unique journey ahead,” the priest continued. “Embrace your past as part of your story, and allow it to guide you toward your future. Seek knowledge with humility, and let compassion be your compass.”

Aditya nodded, his heart lighter as if a burden had been lifted. “Thank you, sir. Your words have provided clarity in a world that often seems uncertain.”

The priest patted Aditya’s shoulder kindly. “Remember, my child, each step you take is a part of your sacred journey. Life will reveal its purpose to you when the time is right. Have faith in yourself and the path you’re carving.”

As Aditya left the temple, a newfound sense of purpose swelled within him. The priest’s words echoed in his mind, guiding him toward a future illuminated by knowledge, compassion, and the strength he had carried from times long past.

The King of Hell Reborn

The King of Hell Reborn

Status: Ongoing Type: , , Author: Artist: Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Narakasur, one of the strongest demons of Mahabharat era was killed by Lord Krishna and Satyabhama, who once ruled the # worlds finds himself reborn as a Human in 2023. He faces challenges coping with the modern era until a mysterious attack by an unknown being forces him to take on a new role


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