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A firsthand account of forty Indian villagers who're given the opportunity to determine all of India through a prosperous landowner.

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They assembled again outside. ’ Arundati was astonished. ’ ‘I do not know. ’ ‘The Buddha was a prince, too, did you see the finery he wore as a boy? Aye, and then to become a monk! What a pain for his mother,’ Uma sighed. ’ ‘Tell as, Ashin, tell us of the times when men could make the stone come alive,’ Mitu pleaded. ‘No, no more sermons. I am tired of so much talk. Let us go to the bus. The sun is already sinking. ’ Babla gestured to the long shadows and the villagers realized how quickly the day had gone.

He said he carries some of Uma-didi’s money for the journey and that we should pay for the food from that. ’ Ashin blinked. ‘Yes, of course, that is right. Jaydev, I must keep accounts. ’ Jaydev told him and the guide in the blue uniform whistled. ‘You must bargain well in your village, friend. ’ ‘Then you are daily cheated, for it is not worth more than we gave. Rhunu just refused to understand the prices said by (he man until she felt it was right. ’ The bus took them across the city, though very slowly, for the morning traffic was thick and bicycles would not give way to the bus no matter how plaintively it might bleat.

Mitu sketched the smiling head of a young man so vividly moulded in stone that the smile seemed to flicker. The potter led the guide from case to case until each new wonder had been admired. They assembled again outside. ’ Arundati was astonished. ’ ‘I do not know. ’ ‘The Buddha was a prince, too, did you see the finery he wore as a boy? Aye, and then to become a monk! What a pain for his mother,’ Uma sighed. ’ ‘Tell as, Ashin, tell us of the times when men could make the stone come alive,’ Mitu pleaded.

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