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UdhayAkshara By UdhayAkshara Completed

        

As the spring season sets in, the earth looks lovely and charming. The trees put forth new leaves. Nature looks charming. The lovely roses win hearts. As a matter of fact, spring is the season of beautiful flowers. Bees are very busy during this season. They move from one flower to another in search of honey. The most beautiful spring season is known as the queen of all seasons.

Some children were playing out with joy. The elated sounds made Neethu wake up from sleep. She got up from the bed and peeped through a nearby window. "Wow! What a beautiful day!"

After seeing Neethu, the children started yelling, "Hey Neethu, good morning."

Neethu smiled and said, "Morning to you all."

Neethu was a twenty-one-year-old girl. She was a BBA graduate. Her dad, Mr. Vijayan was a government employee working as a teacher in the school, near to the town, Nagercoil. Her mom, Mrs. Rekha was a housewife. Her loving, younger sister, Geethu was a school student.

Neethu was a bubbly, innocent...

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Shakti5555 Shakti5555 Aug 11, 2017
What a wonderful description of spring season.. I just love spring.. That's awesome beginning..
maancy maancy Jan 28
Wow! I love it akka... Amazing start..... Looks really really impressive😍  .... It let's to continue reading....♥
Kripa2486 Kripa2486 Dec 22, 2017
Hi Aks
                              I love your work.The character of Rithick and his dad is so cool.I have just landed in the story ...I find it very good and interesting. ..
riniitta riniitta May 22, 2017
Seriously these scenes made me remember my sister 😍😍... Ava college join panna porapo nadadhadhu ellame rewind aagiruchu😘😘... Lovely sisterhood
riniitta riniitta May 22, 2017
Awesome Akka 😊😊... While reading this I remembered my sister gifted me a teddy during my last birthday 😍😍
ChandanaMolly ChandanaMolly Jun 22, 2017
It reminds me....i have frnds from kids to adults in my hometown...