Ferry Ghat Chronicle: A Tale from Riverside by Supravat Mahata
Ferry Ghat Chronicle: A Tale from Riverside
In the enchanting world of “Ferry Ghat Chronicle,” six distinct stories collide at a bustling ferry ghat, where fate intertwines the characters’ destinies in unexpected ways. A boatman struggles with his conscience; a betrayed salesman races against time; a young athlete defies tradition; a distressed dog is about to lose faith in humanity; and a devoted schoolgirl dreams of a brighter future. Amid pouring rain and unforeseen obstacles, these characters forge bonds that challenge their beliefs and transform their lives.
As the rain pours down relentlessly, a research team battles nature’s fury, attempting to fulfil their mission. An athlete prepares for her defining race, but familial duties stand in her way. The loyal dog, once forsaken by humanity, finds a glimmer of hope in the kindness of a young girl. As a determined fifth grader overcomes challenges and strives to fulfil her dreams, she discovers the power of compassion and the potential for change.
“Ferry Ghat Chronicle” is a heartwarming and poignant tale of resilience, compassion, and the unbreakable spirit of individuals facing adversity. This captivating story captures the essence of human connection through rain-soaked trials and triumphs, reminding us that even amidst the stormiest circumstances, the most minor acts of kindness can illuminate the path towards redemption.
Join these characters on a transformative journey through six interconnected chapters that celebrate the beauty of human relationships and the hope that blooms in the most unlikely places. Discover a world where barriers are broken, bonds are formed, and the journey itself becomes a testament to the remarkable resilience of the human heart.
Experience the magic of “Ferry Ghat Chronicle” as their stories converge, reminding us that the tiniest glimmer of light can lead to extraordinary transformation amidst life’s challenges.
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