She called him ‘Mr.Brown’ and for Naina, Mr.Brown was her knight in shining armor. He protected her from monsters behind the curtains and goofy looking birds that moaned at night outside her window. It was with him that she felt safe. Kids have a way of finding comfort in inanimate objects because maybe, just maybe, they see the demons hidden in everything that’s alive.
Naina has always been fascinated with architecture, be it man made or a masterpiece by nature. It was puzzling for her the first time she got this present of the Taj Mahal. She exclaimed, “Maa! How did you put Tal Mahal inside the glass?” Priya couldn’t resist laughing at how adorable her kid was! Naina had to feel one last touch of this beautiful piece, it meant saying goodbye to her mother.
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