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This is story of Aaryan who comes to terms with life and love, as he undergoes various trials and tribulations, which turn him from a callow lad to a man. He looks forward to problems as stepping stones to fulfillment.
Aaryan is disillusioned when his father, whom he hero-worships, leaves them and goes away. The death of his mother is a turning point, when he realizes that he and his sister, Tara, are now alone in the world. However, Tara too moves away to find the love of her life. Aaryan's own relationship with Ishwarya leaves him desolate.
However, Aaryan has a strange love-hate relationship with his god, who, he believes, gives with one hand and takes away with the other. Aaryan fulfils his destiny, by accomplishing his aims in life, finally realizing that happiness comes from within, and is enhanced further when one makes others happy.
A story of self-realization and fulfilment...