Bleeding heart: Jaipur Serial Blast

Tara Chand Sharma is no more. A priest by profession and choice… It was the usual evening time. With other priests he was carrying out regular pooja –archna(prayer) in a famous temple of Jaipur . He had never thought in his wildest dream that this is his last day on earth. Tara Chand Sharma is survived by six daughters, a 14 year old son and wife. He was the only bread winner in the family… The future of his family is uncertain. No one knows what will happen?..How the family will survive?.. Who will take care of them?

I want to ask those inhuman people who carried out these dastard act … Which mission they have accomplished?...Surely their coward act is epitome of lameness…. Shame..

May their Gentle Souls rest in Peace and God bestow strength to those who hurt and survived… Amen!!!!


Nitu said...

May the soul R.I.P .

Those who are capable of such heinous crime are much more than inhuman..they r against all the religions..enemies of the human kind.

Sidharth Varma said...

What happened is surely a bloody crime but the issue about Sharma is actually, why does he have 6 daughter and a son, didn't he hear about family planning or was he one of those people who cares only about the male child.

More and more people should take worry about these inhumane terrorist attacks, that doesn't mean Mr. Sharma should be cried upon.
I know that I am assuming a lot about Mr. Sharma without knowing about him but I guess it is a fair estimate about the man.

Anonymous said...

It was a tearful evening for the people of jaipur,i mourn for those who lost their lives in this serial plast.
may their soul rest in peace and the terror must be investicated.

Gunjan S said...

By any chance, do you know his address or phone number where his family members can be contacted?

Gunjan S

enigma said...

I dont know them personally..whenever i think of agony they gone through I get goosebumps.
If you would like to avail their contact details..You can easily get it by writing an email to any of newspaper published in Jaipur (like Danik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika, Times of India, Jai