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Maan turned to Geet and asked if they can go back home. Geet nodded and they went to their car. They had taken their seats and Geet was about to buckle in her baby and herself when Maan suddenly leaned forward towards his wife and daughter. He gently closed his daughter's eyes with his right palm, held the nape of Geet's neck with his left hand and turning her face towards him he enveloped her plump lips in his shapely ones in a deep kiss. Geet was too startled to react immediately but slowly her lips parted to let him invade her mouth. Meanwhile Sahana was getting restless and used her chubby fingers to pry open the palm which covered her vision. Finally Maan reluctantly let go of his wife's lips and removed his palm off his daughter's eyes. Sahana looked up at him curiously and her face broke into a broad toothless smile thinking he was playing a game with her. She then turned sideways and reached up her tiny hand, trying to cover his eyes. He smiled at her indulgently and holding her hand in his, he gently kissed her little fingers. He then leaned down to kiss her plump cheeks. He looked up at his wife, whose cheeks flamed red after having received her first kiss from her husband. He winked at her and whispered 'Happy Anniversary'. She looked back at him in puzzlement.
"Remember our eventful first meeting in the train last year?" he asked.
Geet eyes immediately filled with tears as she recollected how he saved her life. She looked at him with gratitude and love. A tear drop fell on the top of Sahana's head and she looked up at her mother wondering why she was crying.
"Come on, darling. Don't get all emotional about it. We have found each other and we are never going to let go. That is what matters." He said and wiped her eyes with his palms. She nodded her head in agreement and slid the buckle of the seat belt in as Maan turned the ignition of the car.
By the time they reached home it was 11.30 a.m. Sahana was hungry. Bua had prepared her favourite meal, ragi malt. Volunteering to feed her, she asked Geet and Maan to have an early lunch since they had fled from their morning breakfast. After his lunch Maan kissed his wife and daughter good bye and, having already lost half the day, he hurried for work.
That evening he returned early to take his wife out on a date. Baba and Bua were glad to hear that the young couple will finally get some time for themselves and volunteered to take care of Sahana. Maan and Geet went up to their room to get dressed. As soon as they were in, Maan held Geet's arm and thrust a plastic cover in it. Inside was a beautiful indigo blue chiffon saree with matching blouse. Geet's eyes widened in surprise and she thanked him for the gift. She went in to change into her saree while Maan changed into a plain snow white cotton shirt and blue jeans. When she came out dressed, he couldn't take his eyes off her. The thin material of her saree enhanced her curves making her look ravishingly beautiful. As she sat in front of the dressing table to comb her hair, Maan came from behind and snatching the comb from her, he ran it gently through her long tresses. He then got a jewellery box and brought out a delicate diamond necklace set in platinum. Unclasping it from the case he slid it around her neck and clicked it in. He looked at her reflection in the mirror and cocked his brow to enquire whether she liked it. She smiled shyly and silently conveyed her appreciation of the gift.
As they were about to step out of the house, Sahana spotted them and wanted to go with them. No amount of coaxing and cajoling by her dada and bua dadi could hold her back and she yelled out loudly for her papa and mama. Maan decided to take her along and swung her in his arms, bringing back the smile on her face. Geet quickly packed her bag of feeding bottle, baby food, diapers and a couple of extra frocks.
Once they reached the restaurant, he led her to their reserved table in the cosiest corner of the restaurant. Maan plonked his daughter in the centre of the table, holding her around the waist for support. Geet tied the napkin around her neck and prepared to feed her, but Sahana was more interested in the things around. She reached for the knife and the fork. Maan hurriedly removed the meal weapons out of reach of his daughter and instead gave her the spoon. She put it in her mouth and tried biting it with her gums. She soon got tired of it and wanted some new things. She picked up the rose in the nearby vase and plucked the petals, putting a couple of them into her mouth to chew. Geet pulled the petals out of her mouth and picked her up to wash her mouth in the nearby wash basin.
When she returned Maan asked her to place the order, passing the menu card to her. Sahana leaped and taking the card from her, she tried munching the corner of it. Snatching it from her hands, Geet asked Maan to place the orders and forced a spoonful of her baby feed into her mouth. After making a fuss for sometime Sahana finally finished her food and burped loudly, prompting a broad smile from Maan. When their food arrived, Sahana clapped her hands and wanted to taste them all. Her little mind wondered why they had given her the bland baby food when they themselves seemed to have ordered yummy looking dishes for themselves. She kept kicking her feet asking them to share their goodies with her. Although Geet tried to stop her from having the food, Maan asked her to let her be. He dipped a spoon into one of the dishes and let her taste it on the tip of her tongue. The pungency of the food made her grimace and she stuck her tongue out in disgust. He smiled and quickly wiped her tongue clean, giving her water to wash away the taste from it. She did not come anywhere close to the dishes after that.
"See, never refuse things to kids. Let them sample them. They themselves will stay away after that. The more you forbid them from doing things, the more they will feel tempted to do them," he gave Geet tips on child psychology.
He asked Geet to have
her meal while he kept Sahana entertained. As she was getting restless, he took
her out on the lawns of the hotel and showed her the colourful lights which
kept her distracted. Soon Geet finished her meal and called Maan on his cell,
asking him to come in to have his food. While her papa was having his food,
Sahana watched him with great admiration, her mouth opening and closing in tune
with his. Geet couldn't resist chuckling at her daughter's
antics. Once he finished his meal and washed up, Sahana wanted to sit on
her papa's lap and stretched her arms towards him. While he was trying to take
her across the table, her plump feet knocked the water glass and the water
flowed towards Geet. Before she could clear from its path, it had dripped on to
her saree, drenching it. Geet jumped up in dismay, prompting both father and
daughter to laugh at her plight. She gave them an angry stare but Sahana's peel
of laughter only made her laugh back.
Maan settled the bill and walked his family towards the parking lot. Holding Sahana in his arms, Maan remarked that their date was literally a damp squib, pointing to her wet saree. Geet laughed out loud and Maan joined in. Although Sahana did not understand the joke she too giggled and clapped her hands. Maan soon stopped laughing as his attention turned to her feminine curves which, in the moon light, were accentuated by the wet thin saree as it clung to her body. He looked at her with desire. Geet noticed the change in his expression and went red. She quickly ducked into the car to escape his searing gaze. On the ride back both of them did not say much as the physical tension between them increased. Sahana was lulled to sleep by the motion of the car.
Once they reached home, they tucked Sahana in her cradle. Maan went to change his clothes but Geet kept standing by the window in her wet saree, looking out at the night sky, immersed in deep thought. When he came out of the bathroom, Maan was surprised to see that she had still not changed. He smiled to himself as he saw the saree fluttering in the gentle night breeze, exposing her flat fair stomach. He came from behind and pushing her hair aside, he unclasped her necklace and bent to kiss the nape of her neck, sending shivers down her spine. He slid his hands across her exposed midriff and linked them forward on her stomach, burying his face in her neck. She closed her eyes as tears streamed from her eyes down to her cheeks. He lifted his face from her neck and with his eyes closed he moved his lips up her cheek when he tasted the salty tears. He opened his eyes in alarm and saw that his wife was silently crying. Not understanding what provoked them, he turned her around and wiping her tears dry, he asked her what was wrong. She did not answer immediately but kept weeping. By now the silent tears turned to whimpering. He pulled her into his arms and hugged her tight, trying to calm her down with his gentle reassuring. After several prompts she finally revealed the reason for her tears.
"Maan, I am not worthy of you. I cannot give you the most precious gift a woman can give her husband on her first night with him, her virginity. I am tarnished in comparison to your purity....."
Maan closed her mouth before she could continue further.
"How can you say such a thing darling? Remember that you are my love. By calling yourself tarnished you are tarnishing my love. I can't bear that honey, I can't bear that you feel so small about yourself. Don't you know how precious you are to me? I fell in love with your soul before I fell for your body. And to me your soul is still untarnished and pure, as pure as a lily. I am not interested in your past. That is over and done with. I want to share your present and your future. All I want is your pure unadulterated love. Will you give it to me darling? Will you?"
She nodded her head in silence. He whispered in her ear. "Can we take this relationship to its culmination tonight darling or do you need more time? I can wait if you want me to."
She said that she was ready to become his wife in every sense of the word. He removed the pin that held back the pleats on her shoulder to let the saree slide down. He then proceeded to uncover her. When he was done he gently lifted her and stretched her on the bed, lying next to her. She kept her eyes closed as she was too shy to see him. His eyes caressed every part of her feminine form from head to toe. When his eyes fell on her thighs he gasped in shock to see thin long burn scars across her thighs. Running his fingers over them, he asked her how she got them. She hesitated for a while and said that her step mother had whipped her with a burning iron rod as part of her punishment for being her father's favourite child. His eyes clouded with tears imagining the pain she went through in her life. Bending down, he kissed the scars gently and said that he wished he had been there to protect her from that dragon woman. He promised to always keep her from all harm. He then returned to her face and tenderly kissed her forehead, her eyes, her nose, her ears, her cheeks and her chin. He finally captured her lips in a prolonged kiss. She responded with equal passion and slid her fingers into his mane. They had to break free to come up for air. He then proceeded to cover with his lips every part that was caressed by his eyes, making her moan in desire. When he was sure that she was ready for him he gently slid in and together they discovered the pleasures of loving and surrendering oneself to the other, body and soul. Once they reached the pinnacle of their love together, they whispered each other's name in love.
Later as they lay panting, holding each other close, he kissed the top of her head and whispered to her, "My darling wife, we are no longer strangers to each other!"
She smiled at him and nodded her acquiescence. Soon they drifted into sleep, dreaming sweet dreams about their life with their darling little angel, Sahana.
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