There is something about this adoption track that we forget about but is pretty unique and heartening in itself.
A lot of times, in Indian households especially, a girl who does not become pregnant has to be the bearer of all the blame herself. The Modis are a more than decent lot in this aspect. Except for Rashi herself, I do not think anyone ever mentioned the fact of her getting pregnant to her in any ill meaning way.
The Modis could have been the usual family where Rashi's pregnancy, even though not talked about, is made an issue everyday in one way or the other with Rashi bearing the brunt of the attack. Unlike that, the Hetal and Koki have been nothing but understanding and I would say generous. They have listened to Rashi's tantrums patiently understanding what they consider to be the pain she is going through.
Jigar has gone one step forward and has not only tried to reason but also has done what a lot of men will not agree to. He also is trying to bring Rashi's smile back.
The adoption also has been accepted albeit with apprehension, the fact still remains that the Modis are open to adoption but with prudence as they think Rashi is being unnecessarily hasty. Yet no one ever said a word actually against adoption. They were just against adoption at this early stage. The Modis however conservative they are, are still generous and loving. They do treat their DILs with care when it comes to the biggest issues common in households.
I am glad that unlike the experiences in real life where a girl in Rashi's situation cannot even voice her choices, in SNS Rashi gets to demand what she wants and gets it too.
A change that is refreshing.
As the elders have been saying, everything happens at the right time.
Maybe that is what this track is about, the fact that a child will be conceived in the right time and if the couple cannot become pregnant, there are other options, given the right time and patience.
I do not know if Rashi will adopt after a certain time and I don't think that matters. The fact that the Modis have been depicted in a very sensible yet unique way is in itself a nayi soch for me. Well done SNS CVs