Chance mobile phone call leads blind couple to wedlock

blind-coupleGopal Prasad Pokharel / Morang, Nov 10: This was but a chance mobile phone call that led Hom Bahadur Bayalkoti, 31, of Urlabari-1 in Morang and Samjhana Limbu, 24, of Naya Bazaar in Ilam to tie the nuptial knot, ultimately.

Exchange of phone calls over a short period has helped the couple to get a good opportunity to live together forever.

“It is just quite a coincidence that bound us together,” said Bayalkoti.

He said he could not help himself and started making ‘missed calls’ repeatedly when he heard a sweet voice over the phone when he once happened to make missed calls from another number by accident.

“One day when my mobile phone rang, I hastily picked it up, but it disconnected right away. I dialed the same number shortly, but I got response only in my second attempt,” Bayalkoti said.

The following days were sunnier for them. They would have unlimited talks and conversations on the phone. Their relation would not confine merely to conversations, they also started meeting each and spending hours together talking sweet and weaving their better future.

And in between the period, following their affair, Limbu became emotional but yet quite happy when Bayalkoti proposed to her. “We first met at Birtamod and we both felt that we could not live in separation,” said Bayalkoti.

Like most love affairs, theirs was with a happy ending and is flourishing. “Samjhana and me are happy and we are living a happy life,” said Bayalkoti. RSS

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