Parivar is the story of a family-a family of five brothers, their wives and children. . The eldest brother, a retired college professor-is so fond of chess that he plays it all alone with his little nephew as the dummy opponent. . The second brother is a lawyer and spends all his time with law volmes . The third brother, although an enginer, is more interested in eating deliious dishes than in his profession. . The fourth brother is a doctor who is obssessed with the idea of looking after the health of the whole family. . The fifth and the youngest brother has just passed M.A. and has a passion for music he not only sings himself practically the whole day but also insists that his wife should dance to his music! . In spite of this wide disparity in tastes, the brothers live in compleate peace and harmony. They are very fond of each other and so are their wives. In fact the household is an object of envy for all in the town. . The brothers, however, are undr an illusion that all this harmony is entirely because of them the ideal brothers. They even boase about it to their wives. . The wives take up the challange. "We must make them realise," they remark, "that if htere is peace and harmony in the house, the credit is equally ours-the women. We are equal partners in life. Without love and undrstanding on the part of women, no household can know peace!" . And they set out to lprove it. secret conferences are held, strategy outlined, plans made, responsiblities assigned and the trap is laid. . The doctor is made to believe that his only son is being starved, while others get the lions share. . The musician is made to feel that attempts are being made to get him sent out of the town away from his newly-wed bride. . The doctor demands partition; the musician supports him. The other btothers are stunned and indignant. Hot worlds are exhanged; unpleasant little things from the past are dug up. The atmosphere of the house is vitiated. The fat is on the fire. The wives are jubilant over their succcess. Only the eldest wife is frightened at the dangerous turn the joke was taking. She wants to end it before it foes too far but the other four conspirators prevent her form giving out the sectet. "Wait", they say, "let us watch the fun". . The events take their logical coursr. The brothers are set on dividing up the house and living seperately. Partition deed is drawn up. Check out this page for more updates on Parivar.
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