Pritam Roywrote on Jul 15 2009 11:05AM
Indranath was from a well to do family. When his sister's husband Sekhar was in hospital, Indranath was attracted towards a nurse of that hospital whose name was Sisy. Sisy was from a village; due to financial condition she joined the nursing work. Her name was Susma, but everybody in the hospital used to call her Sisy. Sisy's devotion towards work and Indranath's simplicity brought them closer. Their closeness became a topic of discussion in the hospital. So in his president's speech in the meeting of Bengal Nursing Association, Jatindranath mentioned that the nurses had to come in contact with rich people due to their duty. But if some one took that scope and tries to utilize that and after that it may become a criminal offense. Jatindranath was Indanath's father. Sisy could not tolerate that oblique hint, so she decided to stay aloof from Indranath. Indranath thought how his father could not accept who serves ten people, where as he did not mind to accept a woman who is being served by ten people. He revolted against his father's decision. Jatindranath fell ill due to his son's attitude. As a sick person he found nurses one totally different than what he thought about them, when he was normal. The vow of nursing dramatically erased his previous prejudices. So he admitted his mistakes. Indranath and Sisy were united finally.