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    The title is intriguing

    I liked the story but it was a bit too long.though the interest in ghost stories is universal whether one believes in ghosts or not in India every palace or old houses claim to have ghosts a relative of mine once told me after her marriage she was alone waiting for her husband on first night when a small child very handsome with a shiva mark on his forehead came and said forgive me sister inlay but i wanted to see my favourite cousins bride and next he vanished later she was told the child had died long ago but she still does not believe in ghosts though she saw him clearly
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