He had always given me everything. He never said no to any.
When we first met in 2015, I was in search of a true friend. He became my truest friend who also helped me in taking care of my ailing father.
When my father died in 2016, he became my guide. Next when I was in search of love, he became my love. He loved me unconditionally. We had our ups and downs but we were happy.
In 2017 I met with an accident which left me paralysed. He could have left then taking away everything I had as I lost my memory. But instead of taking away he gave me all he had. He took care of me, he became my support and I was cured.
In 2018, I wanted to get married to him, he didn’t say no, so we got married. A month later I got a job offer in another state. For a change I wanted to accept it. He encouraged me for this new venture. He was ready for this long distance marriage because he had full faith in me.
In 2021, I fell in love with Lalit. I left my job and moved back home. But I was enjoying this new relationship and I had to have him so I moved to his city. I lied at home that I got a new job in some other city. Only Nishant (my husband) knew the truth, I never hid anything from him. He even helped me to shift there.
Once I moved here, after 8 months I realised what mess I got myself into. Lalit loved me, I was emotionally attached to him but I wasn’t in love with him.
He was mentally, verbally and physically abusive to me. It was easy to trigger him. He thought that except Rajputs everyone is inferior. Also education doesn’t matter. I opposed him always and that triggered him. I know I could have agreed to him but I wasn’t a meek. I was opinionated. I let him hurt me, beat me up.
I had seen rough childhood may be that’s why I enjoyed that torture, that pain. Lalit was an alcoholic, he never truly got over his ex. He blamed me for their break up. He claimed to love me but he insulted my family, he hit me until I fainted. I lost it when he abused against Nishant. That night I wanted to get out of that city, but then I hardly had any money.
I asked my Nishant for divorce. He did not say No. But he just asked if I knew what was I doing. I knew. I knew what was doing.
He took the blames from his family on him but didn’t let anything come to me. Earlier I used to tell him everything but now I don’t. I can’t tell him that I’m paying for my deeds.
7th March 2022 is the day me and my husband are get divorced. The thing is, I don’t want this divorce. I love my husband but I need to atone for my deeds. I also am attached to Lalit, but I don’t want to marry him because he is unworthy of it.
I never thought of doing this…
This isn’t working anymore…..
Nishant closed the diary with a heavy heart. He found the diary 3 years after Moitri’s demise. He never expected that Moitri would kill herself.
He just wished that only if Moitri could tell him what was going on in her mind. Only if Moitri could have faith in him.
And for Lalit, he is in jail for killing Moitri. Police found circumstantial evidence against him. His grandfather who was a famous criminal lawyer, his mother who was a beloved minister couldn’t save him.
Three lives met by destiny… Destroyed by the same…
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Meetali Kutty says
This was quite an intense tale – well written and extremely heartbreaking.
Kaveri Chhetri says
hmmm… interesting story and quite complicated too. I’m still thinking about the 3 totally different characters.
Glad you liked that.
Zenobia Merchant says
What a tumultuous tale of love, betrayal and death. Sad ending, but I guess rightly deserved. Feel bad for Nishant, he deserved much better.
Swati Mathur says
What an engrossing story with an unexpected ending but worth it.
Nikita Jhanglani says
Wow! So much wow! What a gripping story! You’ve told it so well
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Flavia Cutinho says
I was like wat next wat next, totally glued to ur post, enjoyed it.
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Madhu Bindra says
Another great story from you. Very engrossing. I am quite confused by the ending. Did Lalit really kill her?
Who knows.but the last line also suggests that it may be a suicide.
Only if we let life be less complicated for our own sake! All this could’ve been avoided had there been better communication and owning up. Well-written story!
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Sonia dogra says
What goes around, comes around. Intense story.
Sadvika Kylash says
Wow! I wish this to just a story and not a real life inspired for any one. But what a story. amazing it was to read and yes sad as well.
May be story or may be real…
Shail Thosani says
An intense story really. It shows that a person can never ever be fully satisfied with life even if they get everything. Nishant was a wonderful friend and husband but yet Moitri desired Lalit. A foolish decision but a sad ending.
Yes… Glad you liked it…
Another short yet gripping tale. Kudos!!
Sometimes, when we are not sure of what we want, we end up making the wrong choices. And many times when we are given all that we want, we don’t value it until it is too late.
Sindhu Vinod Narayan says
What an impactful tale, if only she had opened up her mind to him, I wish. Mind makes bad choices especially when in confused state
Yeah. Agree but sometimes it’s hard. May be for Moitri too it was hard
Ritu Bindra says
Interesting story. And engrossing as always. Moitri realized she was better off with Nishant, but by then it was too late. Perhaps Nishant should have fought for his love instead of standing back.
Remember the line, ‘He never said no to me’, granting Moitris wishes were may be his way of showing love for her.
Abha Singh says
Heart breaking. Why someone wants to leave a husband like Nishant…still thinking what people want from a relationship or they just take it for granted.
May be they realise what’s lost when it’s too late…
Kashish Mahtani says
You leave me covered in goosebumps every time! Another (heartbreaking) masterpiece!
Thanks a ton…
Jhilmil D Saha says
The key to any successful relationship is good communication. Lack of communication can destroy lives. intense story-telling.
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Bhawna Shah says
You have glue me till your last word. Sometimes it happens in life that destiny give and takes away the same thing after a period of time.
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Pooja Jha says
It is an interesting story, yes it is a sad story also it tells us that if at all we talk, communicate, we can solve many problems. One can definitely get out of toxic realationships and one can be loved and feel the warmth of care only if one tries. I wish Moitri had spoken before it was late.
A Vicious Circle I say!!!
Vidhya Thakkar says
Thanks a ton. Glad you liked it.
Noor Anand Chawla says
Wow that was quite dramatic!