Biography of a Wife harassed by the "Other Woman": Chapter 9. From Barbie Doll to Voodoo Dolls
1. Pranati Devi -The Legally Wedded Wife or Narrator
2. Gayatri Devi alias Mata Hari - The OTHER WOMAN luring the Husband in an existing marriage
3. Aditya Kumar-The Husband
Date of writing: 04-09-2009
Date of Editing: 04-09-2009
From Barbie Doll to Voodoo Dolls
Gayatri Devi’s encounter with Piyali’s Barbie had a long lasting effect on her. Gayatri Devi became obsessed with dolls of any shape and size. As Gayatri Devi could not get Piyali’s Barbie, she wanted to possess as many dolls as she can. Gayatri Devi wanted to be the girl who had the maximum number of dolls.
The quest for the dolls started earnestly from the day, when Gayatri Devi was returning from school, saw her neighbors’ toddler daughter playing alone in front of the house with her doll. Gayatri Devi picked her up and took her home. Once home, Gayatri Devi distracted the toddler from her doll by giving a chocolate and quietly hid the doll. After some time her mother, Selvi took the little girl home. Mission accomplished, Gayatri Devi hid the doll in her cupboard, where in later days the doll was joined by many other dolls gifted, begged, snatched or stolen.
Other ways of collecting the dolls were to ask the newcomer in the class to bring her one else the child was bullied, like it happened in Kushwant’s case. When Gayatri Devi was about 10 years old studying in the 5th standard, Kushwant was Lt. Colonel Sahadev Singh’s son, who had just been transferred from Pune. Kushwant was a cute, intelligent and shy boy. By now Gayatri Devi was a dada (bully) in the primary school after the famous Piyali boycott incident, much feared by the other kids. On the first day Kushwant was made fun of and pelted with paper arrows, balls, and chalk pieces etc; all on behest of Gayatri Devi. After the school, Gayatri Devi went up to Kushwant and demanded that he get her the new doll from the colony’s supermarket if he wishes the pelting to stop, warning him not to mention this to anyone. The pelting stopped the day Gatyatri Devi got her doll.
By the time Gayatri Devi reached her teens, she was shrewd, scheming and looked presentable. Gayatri Devi learnt to use all these qualities to her advantage. She got a good understanding of her power when Niranjan, Brigadier Chatterji’s son came home for vacation from BITs Pilani. Gayatri Devi was in 9th standard and had just learnt to use make-up. She wanted the expensive Lakme makeup kit which Mr. V R had refused to buy as he felt it will not be useful at this age for his darling daughter. Gayatri Devi got friendly to Niranjan and started flirting with him. She then promised to kiss him and also let him feel her if he got her the Lakme kit. The day after the Lakme Kit was Gayatri Devi’s she was missing from school for a day and was on a date with Niranjan. This was her first brush with power of the body. Gayatri Devi enjoyed her outing with Niranjan and loved the kissing, necking and the physical intimacy. This is when she decided that she will used this more to get what she wants.
Gayatri Devi visited her Aunt Veda at Triruvallur, near Chennai during holidays. On one of her visits, Gayatri Devi was walking with her cousin Ammal in the fields when she saw a doll lying in the field. Gayatri Devi wanted to take the doll but Ammal stopped her as it was a Voodoo doll. Gayatri Devi wanted to know what Voodoo is. When Ammal told her about Voodoo, Gayatri Devi got very much intrigued by Voodoo; she pestered her aunt Veda and mother Selvi to tell her more about it. The more Gayatri Devi head the more she got mesmerized. She made her mother extend their stay and learnt all about Voodoo and black magic from the local tantric. Gayatri Devi had now got another powerful access to men and money through magic albeit Black.
Armed with the knowledge of Voodoo and black magic, Gayatri Devi became more powerful and attractive to the male gender. There was no male in the colony who Gayatri Devi fancied, did not respond to her overtures, be it boys of 14 to men of 40 all were charmed by her magic (Black).
This is what she used later to attract Aditya, Rajamani, then Aditya again and now Mithun. The spell cast by the Voodoo is so strong the men are not able to see trough her scheming and agree to whatever she tell them to do. I am sure none of these me know about the existence of other men Leave alone Gayatri Devi’s involvement and the extent of it. The power of Voodoo had been successful in pulling wool over everyone’s eyes.
This in fact is very dangerous as I have had the first hand experience of its effect. Aditya was very peace loving and soft spoken guy who never even fought for his own rights or raise his voice at a motorist who banged his car. He became so violent in later days after coming under Gayatri Devi’s spell that I was shocked at his change. He started beating me up, threaten me and my son Ramesh with dire consequences, gave life threats to my other relatives. All these usually happened soon after Aditya visited his parents on Sundays and met Gayatri Devi on his way back home. He would sober down in the next two three days and apologize for his violent act but the same behavior repeated after his next visit.
Women using Voodoo to control men can be dangerous to society as they can use the men to do any act for them, robberies, thefts, kidnapping and even murder could be the disastrous results.
Learn more about Voodoo
Voice of Women is pleased to present the BIOGRAPHY OF A WIFE (WHO IS BEING HARASSED BY A YOUNGER WOMAN COMPETING FOR THE ATTENTION OF HER HUSBAND).
Inspired by the success of the 'Chronicles of a Battered Abused Discriminated and Disadvantaged Fatherless Girl-child'----another woman has come forward with her "Testimony of a wife in an existing marriage", who is being harassed by a Young Unattached Woman who is wooing for the attention of her HUSBAND and luring him.
This TESTIMONY brings to LIGHT the Strenuous circumstances of LEGALLY WEDDED OLDER WOMEN, who are facing competition from 'Sexually empowered young women'. These 'OTHER WOMEN' are younger, divorced or free, and compete to STEAL HUSBANDS FROM EXISTING MARRIAGES, by hook or by crook (and other carnal means----by Lure, beauty and looks!). And, then proceed to Sham conversions to Islam, Sham marriages, adultery, and other Social crimes ---if unchecked.
The core issue of the Biography is to look for Solutions for "The Other Women" in our Homes, Community, Society and the Corporate World. The solutions include Counseling, Healing, Family Forums and other Alternative Counseling Forums.
Disclaimer: The Story is told in the first person narrative by the " Legally Wedded Wife".
For reasons of confidentiality, please don't assume the identity of the 'narrator'. The entire story has been placed in custody of certain well-wishers. Names and identities of characters have been masked and changed to protect their identities. Let us call the name of the WIFE as 'Pranati Devi'.
Images used are only representative of the story.
Strong Legal action will be taken in Bangalore jurisdiction, against all those who claim to resemble or know the identity of any characters mentioned in this Biography.
Events are true and character sketches are disguised to protect their identities.
Copyright © 2009 Roshni Pereira and "Pranati Devi, The Legally Wedded Wife"