Time went by and the couple settled down behind me and their sounds were down, I couldn't even hear a whisker from them. With some doubt I turned back and saw them both kissing. I didn't bother to disturb them and was again busy reading my book. Soon their sound's of romancing became loud then louder. I again turned back and saw them enjoying. I was blank. Immediately i pulled out my music player and plugged the earphones into my ears and was busy with songs at a lower volume. This music was now diverting my concentration away from the book. soon the next station came and a healthy public got in.
I was asked to move and sit as I was sitting near a seat meant for physically challenged people. I moved to the opposite seat. within no time the whole compartment was full and seeing a old woman stand, I stood up and gave place to her, and I had to continue my journey standing.
I again had a look at this couple who was still romancing amid the passengers around. I was feeling shameful looking at them. They were so blind in love that they forgot that the compartment is full and there are people seeing around. I do agree that love is blind but what they were into was really out of control, I saw a mother closing the eyes of his young son so that he doesn't look at them. people were really getting irritated with the activity they were doing. As time went they both stood up, adjusted their hair, makeup and clothes and made a move.
I really couldn't bare it and decided to put this article on my blog. I know what's love and the feeling of love. Its not the story only of this couple, there are many other couple's who do the same in public places, frankly speaking its an embarrassment to people around. We people stay in a country enriched with manners and well behaved people. This is a serious consequence of westernization in India. People have to understand what's love and how to live accordingly to the Indian culture and behave suitably around in the surroundings.
I know that I have put up a controversial topic here, but people have to understand the fact that it doesn't suit the Indian culture. If any one loves following this, then India is not the place for it.....!