Hi R.S., I'm Adv Niharika and this is my take on your query.
Firstly, law can not force two people to stay together, who do not want to stay together.
Now that you have lost the Divorce case, I see two possible remedies for you.
1- Review (in simple terms, this is a checking of the judgment of the Court which passed it)
2- Appeal (to a higher court, in this way, the aggrieved party knocks the door of a higher authority against the judgment passed by an inferior Court)
Other than the above mentioned, you can withdraw from her society and matrimony. The adverse reaction that your wife can take on this is file an application for Restitution of Conjugal Rights under sec.9 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
Additionally, in the most latest case of *Shilpa Shailesh vs. Varun Srinivasan* decided on 1 May 2023, the Supreme Court of India held that "Irretrievable breakdown of marriage is a ground of dissolved marriage invoking power under Article 142 of Constitution of India. However, this power of the SC is discretionary."
The case laid down clearly, that when it becomes impossible for both the spouses to reside as husband and wife, despite multiple attempts of conciliation.
Therefore, this can be your final blow to move to the Supreme Court under Art.142
I hope this information is fruitful to you, in case you have further questions, you can contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org