First of all, Mr Ravinder, 21 Gun Saluteto you for your story...and a moment of silence for Khushi. Had this been the medieval ages, you wouldhave been paid a batch of servantsand few villagesto collect taxes from, as a tribute to your excellence.I believe Mr Shakespeare traveled in timeand borrowed heavily from your story to make his mediocre, yet highly celebrated book - Romeoand Juiliet. I could even see that Wuthering Heights had been ruthlessly inspired from this book. My sources tell me thatthe people who have read the entire book in one go, have been recommended for the National Bravery Award, 2011.It is rumored in conspiracy theory circles, thatthe Pakistan Floodsof 2010, followed immediately after huge stocksof the book were procured from India. I believethe Govt should now educate Tigersand circulate the book among them. There is not too muchlove in the animal kingdom, esp tigers, only 1411 left. A national commission should be set up to educate tigers, headed by Arjun Singh. This is believe is a better way than trying to stop poaching funded by China. This book should also bemade compulsory reading forthe American Intelligence, how else can you win hearts and mindsof the Afgan people,and liberate them from the clutchesof tyranny,and steal alltheir mines. I am not a young man any more, this book was gifted to me by my Grandchildren, who were soon spotted trying to make Gijoeand Barbie fallin love. This book reminded me that love is immortaland asthe celebrated Maxim says, its better to have lovedand lost, than never to have loved at all. But a word of warning,the maxim might be correct, but its not good for your maximus, because you will be sitting on it continuously until you finish this irresistible read. heee heee...old menand their jokes.