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Kumari V.: A Divine Lady
by Prof. Madhav Sarkunde Bookmark and Share

I have been working for a local college in Yavatmal for 28 years.This college is socially unsociable hook, line and sinker as it is run by a fringe of peculiar social philosophy. So many a time I though to leave it for good and join other institution in some other place. But it  is true that m an supposes and God disposes. I could not do it. Unwillingly I have to remain here so far.

Meanwhile around August 2019  an incident took place and the whole of my world turned upside down. For no reason my doctor did my angiography only to find three blockages in my coronary arteries. Really by the time I was very happy and chalking out some plans for my future life. However, with this discovery I was thrown into a deep nervousness. A new twist had come in my life story. And finally I had to undergo the bypass heart surgery on August 22, 2019. Then my world had changed totally. I was reborn. Then I had taken a decision to take voluntary retirement immediately. I was fully prepared to do it.I had made up my mind not to stay in the premises of my college even for a single minute. Because  all of my colleagues by then sounded seemingly non-cooperative.

So one day I went to college with an application of voluntary retirement. Then by accident I ran into a lady professor in my college. She had been working here since 2016 as a CHB lecturer. I  had a good rapport with her. Her name is Kumari V. So far I had no truck with this good lady. But now this Kumari V. Showed me her different Avatar. She behaved with me in such kindness and attachment that my feelings have all of a sudden taken a different turn. Kumari V. wished I had not taken decision to retire in such a hurried way.

And suprisingly, from that day on Kumari V became my best friend within a shortest period of time. By the time I was in an extreme dilapidated mental condition. I didn't believe that I would live for few months as post- operation complications were many and beyond my tolerance. I had turned so pessimistic that I thought death might gobble me any moment. But this Kumari V always tried to drag me out of this soul-crushing negative thinking. Everyday in the morning she sent on my whatsApp few text messages suffused with such a positive thoughts that pessimism within me gradually began to fade away. I was largely being filled with hopefulness. To top it all, on a fine morning Kumari V sent me a message that filled with me a huge hope and a pool of energy. The message was to the effect that it is the only hero who gets difficult role in his life. And indeed this message worked a miracle in my life I began to see myself as a hero.  It filled me with such positive energy that all my negative ideas evaporated in a twinkling of an eye. I stood up with with a mountain of confidence and continued my teaching job enthusiastically. Really a small text message changed my way of thinking, my attitude towards life.

It is difficult for me to believe in the existence of God but Kumari V is a divine lady for me who saved my life. She inspired me to face sorrow and sufferings in my life with smiling face. She filled me with tremendous courage and boldness. She removed all the negative thoughts from my mind. She gave me a new vision of life.. she turned to be my Saviour. So I wish to remain indebted to her for the whole of life ahead. Grateful to you Kumari V. !

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08-Feb-2020
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