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The Birth of the Muhigum Ongsimang Lingden  Phalgunanda
Phalgunanda-BIO

His Great Holiness

The early dawn of the 6th century witnessed the birth of Muhigum Ongshi Mang like Gautama Buddha, Hazrad Muhammed, Confucius, Laotse, Zoroster who advocated the essence of peace and toiled hard guiding the world along the path of tranquility: the world, in the same way, further witnessed the advent of such Muhigum Ongshi Mang, as and when the crisis of peace was felt.

            Nearly 60 years ago, the province of  ‘Limbuwan’ of eastern Nepal also had had an opportunity of receiving the blessings of a Prophet who would preach his religious sermons in ‘Limbuwan’ along with his disciples and devotees. He was a super human being with a dashing personality; clad in ‘Mekhli’ (long gown), with broad chest, radiant face that would emit the brightness of  ‘Divine Light’ broad and shiny forehead adorned with a small round ‘Tika’ of ‘Bibhuti’ (Ash), black and shiny cascade of hair, ‘Tulasi’s Mala’ (the string the Tulasi beads) round the neck, evenly poised sets of shiny white teeth and a pair of iron bangles on the wrists. He was a ‘Bramhachari’ (bachelor) and great saint of Kiranti Origin.

            Acording to his horoscope, he had been christened as Nardhoj Lingden (Limbu) but later on, he became famous as ‘Phalgunand Tapaswi’. Although his name and fame could not spread only throughout Nepal, he was popular in the Nepalese villages of Burma (Myanmar), Assam, Sikkim and Bhutan then.

            Ilam is a district that lies in the Far-estern part of the kingdom of Nepal. From the district headquarter of Ilam, there is a main road to Dhankuta in the west. On the way of Dhankuta from Ilam, one finds east Mahabharat lake. There is a small bazaar at an altitude of 6,000 feet in the Mahabharat Danda (hill). The bazaar is known as ‘Rabihaat’ after the name of its founder Rabikarna Rangkasu Rai who had initiated the process of ‘haat’ (Marketing) in this Naghi Danda in ‘Amawasya’ (New moon) and Purnima (Full moon) Tithi (special date) in 1920 B.S. From this Rabihaat, there is a village called Chukchinamba at a distance of 12 miles. This very village is the abode of the great Ongshi Mang Phalgunanda Tapaswi. He was born here on Kartik 25, 1942 B.S. and according to Indian (Hindu) astrological calculation; it was on Sunday, fortnight after the new moon and the great and pious mother to give birth was mother Hangsamati. His father’s name was Ansuwant Lingden (Jaganraj). Although he was Nardhoj according to his horoscope, he was, later on called Phalgunanda because of his spiritual elevation. There is an interesting episode that tells how his name was changed. After the birth of Phalgunanda’s eldest sister, eldest and second brothers many other children were also born (before Phalgunanda’s birth) but none of them survives, some died instantly or after an hour of birth. In the meantime, it was Phalgunanda’s time to come out of the womb of his mother and since the day the mother conceived him, the Lingden family had been experiencing a period of happiness and peacefulness. Nevertheless, nobody took initiative the taking care of the “would be born Baby” because they thought he, too, might not survive like previous babies. Then, on the destined day Phalgunanda was born. Unlike theprevious babies, he showed the sign of surviving more (about 3 hours), this made everybody happy but unfortunately, following some infection in the mothers breast, Phalgunanda was debarred of breast-feeding. Concequently, he was started being fed on the black goat’s milk (which had been brought home ¾ days before). Gradually, the baby started receiving the sympathy of the villagers. At that time, there was a tradition of adorning small children of the village with iron bangles and calling them by nicknames. Since baby Phalgunanda had also been given iron bangles and rings, the villagers (especially female old folks) started addressing him with the nickname of ‘Phalamsing’. Later on, the name was changed to Phalgunanda from ‘Phalamsing’.

            Among the members of Phalgunanda’s family, Lajhark was the eldest; he got married in Chukchinamba and then, went to Bhutan where he dies afterwards. The second eldest brother was Rajwant who had been to Burma (Myanmar) and served in the Gurkha Rifles Battalion.  Machina rank of haveldar ( Sergeant) and he himself was the third son and a great saint.

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The Age of Adolescence
       Gradually,
Phalamsing stepped in his adolescence, working as a shepherd boy. Two of his elder brothers and already left Chukchinamba to settle down elsewhere (outside Nepal). Meanwhile, his father, Ansuwanta, also decided to abandon the village because of scarcity of food in spite of toiling hard round the year. Nevertheless, Phalamsing, perhaps because of nostalgia or with expectation of meeting the same “Divine Person” , decided to continue staying in his native village, Chukchinamba. His parents went to Charkhola, Jeetpur where they had their relatives, but again, they migrated to Rajurukh (Bhutan), finally.

            Now, Phalamsing was alone and he lived under the care of his uncle and aunt. The days were passing happily and everything was normal. But, since Phalamsing was a vegetarian, he could not adjust with non-vegetarian uncle and aunt; consequent upon this, he would often fall sick. One day, he understood his problems and advised him, Saila, now you have become matured and responsible, since it is difficult to adjust our meals (vegetarian and non-vegetarian), it will be better if you start dwelling separately. “Phalamsing did not feel otherwise; he too, had been experiencing inconveniences for a long time. Then, he was given a portion of land in Lechhebhung across a small rivulet and an earthen pot, two handful of flour, a sickle knife, a spade, an aluminum plate, a bowl and some chickens. Thus, he started his world there.

            During those days, very few people used money as the medium of exchange. In the most cases, the system of ‘barter’ was very popular. People would use money for buying articles like salt and clothes only and they would get money to buy these articles by selling fowls and goats. In course of time, Phalamsing could manage to multiply a good number of chickens. But, since he was a vegetarian, he had neither the scope of exchanging them nor he could consume them. The number of chickens kept on increasing. One day, one of his friends, suggested to go to Gundri Bazar (Darjeeling) to sell the fowls at a good price. Carrying a basket full of fowls, he set off for Darjeeling through the terrain’s and foot-trails of Khalanga (Ilam), Namshaling, Sukabare, Gorkhe and Simana. The Namshalling, he slipped and fell down because of heavy downpour. Somehow he managed to reach Darjeeling. After selling the fowls, he reached Ghoom on return journey. Ghoom , he found a number of people being recruited as labourers for Nathung War.

            It was 1960 B.S. and Tibet was the kingdom of Dalai Lama and to south of Nepal, the Imperialist, British, East Indian Company was the ruler of India. The then Governor General of India Lord Carson was busy making strategy of invading Tibet because he was offended with the decision of Dalai Lama who had allowed the Russian Ambassador to be in Lhasa. The Prime Minister of Nepal had also presented a number of Yaks as a souvenir to British Imperialist.

            Phalamsing and his friend also got instigated to get themselves recruited as labourers as they watched the soldiers moving around in their clean outfit around Ghoom Depot. Both of them decided to visit other countries to earn money. Then, they on board, the vehicles and got off at the British recruitment camp in Tibet. They started working as wage-labourers and their duty was to construct roads by cutting snowy sloped of mountains. It was not an easy job; there was heavy risk in every step. Sometimes, the workers would be swept away by the avalanches and killed. Many of them were either killed or injured but, luckily, Phalamsing was one of the survivors. The workers, however, had to continue their work even in the terrible avalanches, it was their fate.

            The workers would assemble together every evening and entertain by singing, dancing, drinking and merry-making but, Phalamsing would keep himself aloof from the group. One day, after 4 days of an avalanche, while he was alone, strolling around, the same event of his childhood days got repeated. He visualized the same “Divine Person” in his dream like state of mind and he got spell blind. Person stood in front and suggested, “I had expected that expected that you’d continue your devotion and convert others also to be my devotees but why did you forget me? If you ignore me, you won’t be able to reform the existing ignorant people and society, Speed up … continues your devotion and let others also follow the same path of salvation.” This was the divine message conveyed by the Divine Person. He was reminded of those golden God’s commandments and ordered to implement them as soon as possible. As he came out of his dream like state, the Divine Person had already vanished, suddenly he started chanting Golden sentences of Almighty God internally and he felt a reawakening of his soul. He looked at the bright moon in the sky, it was full moon night. Lord Buddha had also attained enlightenment on the same date some 2500 years ago. It was a tip-toe night, deepening silence had engulfed the environment and slowly and seriously, he started remembering and chanting the verses. Thus he initiated his first meditation on the very night staging in the jungle for the whole night.

            The next morning, he repeated the sermons of Gods to his fellow workers thinking that would affect them positively, but, they mocked him by calling him mad. The negative response of his fellow workers depressed him very much. He started brooding about such irresponsible behaviour of his friends. Then, he realized that it is very different to deliver the mind of them who have been the slaves of worldly pleasure and luxuries and who are destined to live according to the actions of the previous birth. After that, he made up his mind collected his salary and took leave from the supervisor. Here, a question may arise – why he (a hermit like person) needed money? Actually, he needed money to go back to his village and also to buy gifts for the sisters of the village as it was the system of the village and they (the sisters) would also expect gifts from their brothers who returned to the village.

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The Childhood Days

            The spherical earth has both upward and downward avenues. In the version of famous engraver, painter and poet, William Blake, the world (and, life) is full of contraries; day and night, rain and drought, winter and summer, sorrows and happiness etc. Besides man-made systems and traditions, there are many natural process. Everybody, from tiny insects to enormous elephants, from an ordinary mendicant to a great king, has to experience both – birth and death. According to the great Nepalese poet, ‘Kabi Shiromani Lekhanath Poudel, nothing and none is spared by the cruel hands of death; death can not be postponed or ignored; everybody is prone to die.

            The cold hands of death did not spare the loving mother of baby Phalamsing, too. He lost his mother at a very tender age, his beloved mother, Hangsamati bade farewell from the world leaving her husband, Ansuwanta as the sole guardian of baby Phalamsing. Phalamsing could neither feed on the breast of his mother nor he could experience the affection and security of his mother’s lap for a long interval. The sudden demise of Hangsamati brought about a disaster in the Lingden family. It was an irreparable damage caused to the family.

            Initially, Ansuwanta somehow managed to lookafter and back up Phalamsing but in course of time he was unable to pull on the burden any longer. Then, with the consent of relatives and neighbours, he opted for the second marriage. Thus, Phalamsing was looked after by his step mother.

            Like many other children, (in lakhs) Phalamsing also taken birth in a poverty-stricken Nepalese family so, he was not an exception, he was different from average shepherd boys. He had all the qualities of a great person right from his childhood days. He was a peace loving, soft-spoken, patient, quiet, unobtrusive and ever smiling personality right from his childhood. It was the eight year of his life, working as a shepherd.

            During winter Phalamsing’s father would drive his cattle and flock of ship and goat across the river, Maham Mai. The children of village, almost all of them, would swim across the shallow river to reach eatables to their fathers in the ‘Goth’ (Sheds). Phalamsing had also gone to reach the eatable to his father for one or two occasions. Once, in one of such trips, a very unusual thing happened to Phalamsing. In the heap of eatables, Phalamsing’s step mother had kept the pieces of dry meat and he was unknown about carrying meat. As he was crossing the river Maham Mai (Kankai), suddenly, he started trembling and then, his whole body was covered with rash and blisters and he felt highly feverish. He somehow managed to reach the eatables to his father. On seeing the son in such condition, the father asked Phalamsing. “What’s wrong with you?” But, Phalamsing could not utter a word. The father thought that the step-mother must have sent Phalamsing ignoring his ailing condition and he started blaming (inside) his wife for such negligence. He might have rebuked his wife if she had been present in front of him. Then, he held the ‘Doko’ (bamboo-basket) of  Phalamsing and helped him to place it with case. After that, the father placed Phalamsing on his lap and discovered the acute feverish condition of his son. Phalamsing had, by the time, become totally speechless and he would shed just tears instead of uttering words. The father, then, understood the situation and decided to go home instantly with Phalamsing. He asked his fellow shepherd to take care of his castles and came back to the village. On reaching home, he got offended with his wife for negligence, but he came to know that Phalamsing was well before he had started his journey. The parents, then suspected of possible disease and started consulting the local ‘Mata-Pita’, ‘Phedangmas’, (Physicians and witch doctors), but none of them could cure Phalamsing. It was an alien disease and a big problem for all of them. Anyway, those ‘Phedangmas’ kept on continuing their rituals for another ¾ days, but, there was no sign of improvement in the ailing condition of young Phalamsing. One day, all on a sudden, the ailing boy got up and ran towards the nearby jungle. He was being chased by 2/3 persons but, these people could not traced out him as it had became dark in the evening. They came back empty-handed.

            “Why did he run towards the jungle?” “Whom did he meet?” “What talk did they have?” “How that incurable and mysterious disease had attacked Phalamsing?” All these questions are related to a miraculous happening.

            In fact, while Phalamsing was struggling in the bed because of the disease, he happened to see a ‘Divine Person’ who signaled him to go to him. No one except Phalamsing saw the “Divine Person”. There was a spiritual attraction in the signal, and, the attraction prompted Phalamsing to get up and run towards the jungle within a fraction of second.

            Phalamsing reached the jungle and there he was the same ‘Divine Person’ who held his hand and took him to the bottom of a tree. Then, the “Divine Person” scratched the land with his leg and planted bean-like seed. The seed grew instantly to a plant and the vines of the plant started coiling Phalamsing and tied him fixedly with the tree. The grip of the vines was so tight that Phalamsing was unable to move. After that, the ‘Divine Person’ started interrogating Phalamsing with volley of questions:

            Divine Person:          Why did you disrespect me? Why didn’t you make me happy?

Phalamsing:              I didn’t know. (This, he said spontaneously and this was the very sentence that he had spoken after a long interval)

Divine Person:          Did you recognize me or not?

Phalamsing:              No, I didn’t!

Divine Person:          Have you forgotten the promise of your previous birth?

Phalamsing:              I have forgotten! I am unable to recollect them!

Divine Person:          Think deeply and you’ll know them.

Phalamsing:              No, I can’t remember!

Divine Person:         You’ve been over-shadowed by your ignorance. Why did you cross the river (Goddess) carrying meat! You shouldn’t eat meat. Go there……. Apologize the mother goddess. (He pointed towards the river)

Then the ‘Divine Person’ vanished. Phalamsing had already been released from the trap of vine. He felt no more pain in his body, the body no more shivered. Then, he started gazing at the river. He heard the musical note divine instrument inside his eardrum. After sometime a beautiful maiden with spiritual gaiety and adorned with spiritual garments and ornaments came out of the river with ever-smiling brilliant face and touched the boy, Phalamsing. Then, caressing his head the maiden said; “ Do you want to become a sage ? Well, complete the previous course of fasting. In fact, I had sent the ‘person’ to call you here.” With these mesmerizing and sweet words, the maiden went back to the river smilingly and vanished. Then, he heard the same musical note that gave him heavenly bliss. He followed the Goddess (the maiden) and got totally soaked in the water. He came out of the river and he was a spellbinding view in the sky.

It was huge pages of paper with golden writings falling from the sky one after another in the river. Although the golden letters were very bright and flashing, he was able to read those God’s commandments because of the blessings of the goddess. After reading the contents of the papers he got enlightenment, his body was purged and became pious. He experienced heavenly bliss.

After a while, he saw a bright galaxy of stars in the sky. Then, once again, it became dark. He couldn’t enter into the forest, as he decided to go back to the village, because of darkness. So, he started waiting for the dawn, shivering with cold of the first hour of night          (From this incident it is understood that Phalamsing was a vegetarian right from his birth. It was a mistake of the step-mother of let him carry meat. Anyway, because of the mistake, he could get the blessings of the goddess.)

Gradually, the golden rays of the sun enveloped the world and made it bright. He (Phalamsing) started trudging towards his home. He had become well both physically and mentally. He wished to dance, jump and shown and share happiness because of his recovery, but there was a slight weakness in his body due to prolonged illness, so, he sat idle. While sitting idly, he started recollecting the dreamlike incident of the night. He met the men, who had been sent by his parents, on the way and when the men saw him, they started barricading him, thinking that he would run away again. But to their utter surprise, he smiled and said “Why are you trying to hole me?” The men got highly surprised when they heard him speaking. They inquired, “How did you get well ?” Then, he explained them the whole story. After hearing him, the men opined that the boy (Phalamsing) would be a great thinker in future. After that, he was brought home, the parents were delighted to receive him to normal condition. The men briefed the parents about everything in detail. Then, Phalamsing said,” One shouldn’t cross a river carrying raw flesh. When I was imparted the spiritual knowledge by the goddess, I felt that I was wearing a locket as big as the earth. Thus, he was no more ignorant, he had become an enlightened one after purgation.

Then after, Phalamsing was visited and called by the same “divine Person” frequently for another six months. In the presence of the “Divine Person” even the dark night would be converted into a bright day. He would be taken to the river by the goddess and she would shown him the same kind of golden pages containing god’s commandment. He would be asked by the goddess to immerse his body up to the level of neck into the river and read and memorize those golden sentences.

The process of acquiring spiritual knowledge continued for about six months. Sometimes, in the process of acquiring the spiritual knowledge, everything would disappear suddenly and in the dark night, he would return home crawling or walking on all fours and feel wounded and his eyes would be filled with the pond of tears for such punishment or test of the Almighty God. However, the pain and the worries were transient and again, the next moment, he would crave more for the spiritual knowledge forgetting the severe punishment. Thus, the process continued and ultimately he acquired the complete Spiritual knowledge from the divine Maham Mai (Name River) and later on, he spread the knowledge to all who recognized his greatness.

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The Life of a Soldier

            In the meantime, the second brother, Rajwant, who had served the Gorkha Regiment in Machina, Burma, as corporal, called Phalamsing sending message through one, Balbum Limbu, Balbum came to Chukchinamba, met Phalamsing and briefed him about Rajwant. After meeting Balbum, Phalamsing made up his mind to visit Burma (Mynamar) because he was alone and in acute need of help of a loving brother like Rajwant. In fact, the whole world exists depending upon the ‘hope’ which is a strong backbone for everybody.

            As consented by Phalamsing, Balbum took Phalamsing with him, attended Ghoom Depot on the way and set out for Burma (Myamar). After completing the journey by train, vehicles, and ship, they ultimately reached the camp (Army Head Quarter) in Burma (Myamar). A new diversion took place in the camp. The next morning Phalamsing was given the army uniform and asked to attend the Parade. In fact, he had gone there to meet his elder brother but, to his uttersurprise, he was asked to join the army. It was quiet contrasting for a hermit like him to join the army and carryout all those inhuman activities like violence, killing breaking of peace etc. He pleaded everybody to spare him, he was not destined to be a soldier. Then, he was brought before the commanding officer who asked him “You neither put on the uniform nor take part in the parade, then what promoted you to get recruited as a soldier?” He replied plainly, “Saheb, I was tricked, I don’t want to be a recruit, and I don’t like to serve as an army soldier. Please spare me.” The official smiled at the reply of Phalamsing. Ultimately everybody complained him to be a recruit. Thus he was recruited in the British Gorkha. Regiment in 1964 B.S. at the age of 22 years.

            The Commanding Officer went into room. The plain reply of Phalamsing impressed him very much. The glorious words of Phalamsing, “I don’t like war and I feel disgusting to carry out such cruel acts like human massacre and earn fame and wealth” compelled him to brood over the matter deeply. He assured Phalamsing, “It is not war time, and you can relax!” Phalamsing also agreed to stay there till he met his brother, Rajwant.

            Thus a new chapter began in Phalamsing’s life. He felt it quite uneasy to do march part, of salute the officers, to carryout their orders and to stay active round the clock. However, he continued doing his daily chores. He was a strict devotee and always followed his daily rituals. He had made a wooden self in his room just above the head near his bed. He would never worship God ever day and evening burning incense and lighting old lamp. He would clad himself in white dress (loose shirt and brocks) at the time of worship too. Gradually, people called him the mediator because of his devotion and some of the soldiers became his disciples, too. After 3 months he managed to get the address of their elder brother and wrote him a letter. The older brother, Rajwant came to meet him immediately. The moment of meeting of two brothers was unforgettable; they had met after a long interval of many years. Phalamsing briefed his brother about his meditation and requested him to help him to get his recruitment canceled but, Rajwant, too, insisted him to continue his army career. Rajwant had taste of army life. He diverted the mind of Phalamsing talking about the possible him to difficulties that one might face in Nepal. Then, the assured Phalamsing about his legal discharge from the army 3 years. In this wayPhalamsing’s recruit life continued.

            Gradually, the mediator earned a good reputation as a healer. A good number of Patients from the barrack would throng to his abode for treatment. The ailing person would become well because of his meditation. Even the British Officer of the camp got convinced of Dhyani’s miracles and they, too, would get the members of their family treated by him. Thus, the time span of 3 years lapsed and he, once again, requested the C.O. his discharge but, his service was extended, instead. He would no longer disrespect the request and order of his disciples and officers respectively.

            One day he was strolling in the forest in his leisure time. Suddenly he felt that he was being addressed by some invisible person. He felt some voices taking about his previous birth and the activities carried out by him, then. This made him quite perplexed.

            Thus he passed his eight valuable years in the barrack. In the meantime the Germans initiated the World War I with the intention of destroying the World. Dhyani, by the mean time, had been promoted to the rank of corporal. He, too, was deputed in the jungles of Burma (Myanamar) with a section of Gurkha Soldier. As per order of the British Gurkha Regiment, he was sent to the front. In this way he visited many villager and cities of Europe during the course of war. The visits were tedious—full of sufferings, thirst and hunger. However, he never fell ill. He would advise his fellow soldiers, “What harm has our so called enemies, the Germans, have done to us? They are also like us and what benefits do we get by massacring them? If they killed, their family will be de-established. So, we should shoot the guns either pointing towards the sky or towards the earth (blank fire) remembering Almighty God; we won’t die if we have faith on truth and follow the religious path.”

            Once during, the war, as they were passing through a jungle, Dhyani saw a little lady (resembling with a  Limbuni women) walking in front of them carrying a golden ‘Thumse’(triangular bamboo basket) and the bullets fired by the enemies (the Germans) were being collected in the ‘Thumse’, in fact, no one from Dhyani’s side was injured. This miracle has identical from to the miracle observed by the Eklavya in the battle of Kurukshetra between the Pandavs and the Kauravs.

            As a matter of fact, Dhyani had been instructed by the Divine Person, whom he had met in the jungle of Nathungdhawa, to preach religious sermons for 30 years and to abandon the world. One day as Dhyani was wandering about in the jungle, the same Divine Person appeared and asked him to go with him. Dhyani told time about his uncompleted mission. Then, the Divine Person advised, “Get your evangelical mission completed and come as you wish: and with the note he disappeared. The reminder of the Divine Person made Dhyani mentally disturbed; he regretted for wasting his valuable 8 years in worldly pleasures; he felt torn and tormented. Now, he made up his mind to resign from the army. Meanwhile the World War I also ended and the soldiers were given the order of opting for leave or discharge from the service. After being deputed for 6 months in a disturbed locality called Hareenkot (Nagaland), Dhayni decided to tender resignation and return to his motherland, Nepal.

            As the disciples of Dhyani came to know about their Guru’s (master’s) resignation from service, they too got ready to resign and follow him. But, the Guru somehow advised the order disciples to continue their service and selected one Dilbhadur Limbu of Panchthar (Chokmagu) to accompany him.

            There is an interesting strong that tells how Dhyani managed to get discharged from the army. After the World War I, there were a good numbers of soldier who had applied for leave or discharge from the service. Dhyani also submitted his application but the officer refused. He was offered promotion to the rank of Jamadar instead. He felt tormented and found himself in an awkward position. Anyway, he sat for mediation in the evening and in his mediation a divine poise ordered him to attend the morning parade in civil uniform and to wear ‘Bibhuti’ in for the heads. The next morning, He did the same. Finding him in such condition, the officers go highly offended and advised him to get corrected. However, Dhyani continued attending the morning parade in the same attire for 3 or 4 days. At last, the officer got tired and asked him about the reason of disobedience. At this, everybody requested the officer for Dhyani’s discharge. They told him that Dhyani was under some magic spell pf Meharami Devta (Village goddess) and he was in need of immediate treatment of witch doctor in his own village and for this he was in need of immediate discharge. The commanding officer got convicted and agreed to given a day’s salary of his own and of his friends, as well as traveling expenses. In fact, the event of his departure from the army had already been foretold by the goddess Lhasahangma. The day before his ranged. Dhyani was given a grand farewell. He advised all to follow the path of truth and religion. The next day everybody came up to the railway station to bid farewell to him. The moment of departure was really heart-rending; including Dhyani everybody’s eyes were overflowing with tears; nobody was happy. In the meantime, the train signaled blowing a long whistling sound them, gradually Dhayni went out of sight of everybody.

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