Devipuram – Heaven On Earth

I had cleared my State Government Public Service recruitment exams and got my first posting in the village-town of Devipuram in South India, as the Village Administrative Officer. This was and is the most beautiful part of my life and I am here recounting the wonderful experiences that I had in this amazing small town.

I was 32 years old. An ex-engineer with a wealth of experience in India and overseas. I had visited about 9 different countries in my short stint as an engineer covering a few to-be seen locations in SE Asia and the US. I had come back to home and wanted to get into public service and I was lucky to clear the exams on my first attempt and get a posting in a violence free location.

I was told to report for duty, 3 days before the Sankaranti period and I knew I would get some time to look around the village before settling down into my core duties. I arrived at 7 AM at the train station of Devipuram and was greeted by the local villagers and the village president amidst major fanfare. I was delighted at the reception and thanked them for the warm welcome.

We got out of the station and took a mini van to the village and I was astounded by the scenery. I was yet to see a single woman from the village, as my welcome party only had well built men dressed in dhoties and plain white shirts.

As we crossed a canal, we came to stop at a Toll booth, or that was what I thought, only later did I learn the purpose of this booth. A single old man was sitting inside the booth and when he saw our van, he fast approached to raise the barricade to allow our van to pass through.

He saluted until the van passed and I was starting to feel royal. The village head man was explaining to me the nature of the people in the village on how they loved peace and had no fights or issues at all. As the VAO of the town, my only duty seemed to be basic governance in government issued subsidies and to account for minimal administrative duties. This was going to be a dream job I thought. Oh, little did I know it was going to be much more than a dream job.

As we crossed through more fields and eventually the road turned into the core part of the town, I saw more houses coming up and I could see that the backdrop of the town was a mountain range. So the only access to the town was the road we had taken and a small bypass on the eastern side of the town.

As we got off the van, in front of the government admin building in the town, I saw a large group of men and women with little children, waiting to greet me. Then I noticed the women. They were all fair (almost all of them, the darkest of them were tanned brown) and were reasonably tall (around 5’ 6” to 5’8”) and looked well endowed. They were all wrapped in sarees that just dropped below their knees and none of them wore a blouse! To my surprise, then did not pin their sarees on the sides of their bosom either, so one could see the fully glory of their left breast just by looking at it for few seconds.

The village headman’s wife was standing with an “aarthi” plate and she smiled as she walked forward with a another woman and they stood on either side of me and circling the plate in front of my face to ward off evil spirits and endow good luck to me. As the village headman’s wife stood to my right, I could see her breasts and her nipple in clear view as she raised the plate and for I second I was mesmerised. I suddenly caught myself short as I noticed that her husband was looking at me. He did not seem angry nor did he seem amused.

After the ritual, we went into the office and I found two more women, one was to be my secretary and the other my servant maid who would stay with me in the quarters allocated to me. Both of them were beautiful and were dressed like the other village women. Super sexily. I could feel my penis hardening and I could swear I heard some giggling at the back from some local women.

The headman then sat across the table and talked to me for a while and here was the conversation –

Headman: Arun sir, we are so happy to have you in our village. You will see that we are a very peaceful lot. Most of us are educated until 12th class. Some of our children are studying in the cities and some are even working overseas. But we have a different, open-minded culture, unlike any other town in India.

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