Title: Relationship: Before and After Marriage
|Author:||A. Qais Munhazim|
|Date:||December 18, 2015|
|Length:||3 / 769|
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One night when Lajo is sleeping, her bare legs, visible from her lehnga, provoke Mirza and he fails to control his lust and eventually finds himself in Lajo’s bed. Sleeping with Lajo for a night, Mirza falls in love with her and marries her.
Here, Chughtai narrates the significant changes in a couple’s relationship after marriage and how the relationship takes an entirely different turn...
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Sleeping with Lajo for a night, Mirza falls in love with her and marries her.
Here, Chughtai narrates the significant changes in a couple’s relationship after marriage and how the relationship takes an entirely different turn. Everything that seemed attractive and tempting to Mirza before marriage loses its value and charm, just after their marriage...
Showed next 250 characters
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