"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage." - Lao Tzu
It is believed that true love doesn't happen right away. It is actually an ever-growing process. It develops after you've gone through many ups and downs, when you've suffered together, cried together, laughed together. And it is true.
The definition of love for everyone is different. But what people saw this Karva Chauth redefined love again.
Today, the story I have in the bucket for you is something that will make you realize that true love isn't just something about looks or personality, but it is about how other person's happiness is more important than your own.
A couple of Lakshmi and her husband Vinod from Chandigarh celebrated their Karva Chauth in such a way that is truly phenomenal. Just have a look.
According to a report by Dainik Bhaskar, Lakshmi, 24, doesn't have hands or legs since her childhood. Her mother lost all assumptions regarding her marriage, but then she met Vinod, who demonstrated to her that love isn't just about looks.
Lakshmi is handicapped since her youth and Vinod is a casualty of Polio.
Check her Karva Chauth look in the next slide...
Following a year and half of relationship and subsequent to feeling great and content with each other, the couple chose to get married. They have promised each other to remain together in every circumstance.
He stated, "Life partners satisfy each other's each need."
Here are some pictures from their Karva Chauth celebrations.
At the point when Lakshmi got prepared and was leaving for her Karva Chauth festivity, she took the assistance of Vinod.
Lakshmi joyfully says that however, God didn't give her hands or legs, her life partner Vinod satisfies every one of her needs.
You'll move to tears after watching Vinod's love and concern for Lakshmi. Check out in the next picture how Vinod helped Lakshmi in holding the strainer (chalni).
It was Vinod who held the strainer and 'Pooja ki thali' for Lakshmi while following all the rituals. He at that point took a glance at his better half's face through it, and so did Lakshmi.
Apart from these photoshoot pictures, here are some pictures from Lakshmi's Karva Chauth...
The couple says that prior they used to feel incomplete. Yet, since they are together and conversed with each other, they now feel finish, cheerful and adored.
Despite being physically disabled, the couple find a bigger strength in each other.
Staying together is easy if you have quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. Life is about loyalty through good and bad times and it settles for less than perfection and makes adjustments for human vulnerabilities.
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