KABULIWALA RABINDRANATH TAGORE PDF

Rahamat, who is a hawker of dry fruits and shawls from Kabul, frequents the Bengali locales where Minnie and her family reside. He was a strapping, turban-clad man and fascinated Minnie. One day she called him from the window of her house. But as he approached closer she got startled and ran back inside. He introduced Minnie to him with the title of Kabuliwala. To make her more comfortable Rahmat offered some dry fruits to Minnie.

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These calls of a little girl to her older Pathan friend keep echoing in mind even after the episode is over. An Afghani Pathan, Rehman had come from his trouble stricken country to earn a decent income by trading dry fruits, shawls, etc.

The father of the girl is amused by this unique friendship between the little one, who chatters non-stop, and her Kabuliwala, who has a patient ear for all stories of the little one and who whole-heartedly joins her in her little girly games.

Quite an irony it is when all of a sudden, after a tiff with a customer about payments which leads to his murder, the Pathan is taken away by the police to be sent to jail. On the way, when Mini asks where he was going, he replies that he is going to his in-laws home.

He is unaware that it is her marriage day. Upon seeing Mini, now all grown up and in a bridal attire, Rehman breaks down as she is not his little kuki anymore and a realisation dawns on him that his daughter, Sana, too would have grown up and is of a marriageable age. As the Pathan walks away, blessing Mini and with hopes of seeing his daughter after so many years, the story of Kabuliwala ends.

It is a delight to watch the actors live their part so beautifully on screen. The highlight of the story is the cute scene between Kabuliwala and his kuki where they play a game of going slowly forward and backward, trying to appease each other. This version of Kabuliwala is a treat to watch.

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These calls of a little girl to her older Pathan friend keep echoing in mind even after the episode is over. An Afghani Pathan, Rehman had come from his trouble stricken country to earn a decent income by trading dry fruits, shawls, etc. The father of the girl is amused by this unique friendship between the little one, who chatters non-stop, and her Kabuliwala, who has a patient ear for all stories of the little one and who whole-heartedly joins her in her little girly games. Quite an irony it is when all of a sudden, after a tiff with a customer about payments which leads to his murder, the Pathan is taken away by the police to be sent to jail.

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Mini though at first afraid of Rahman gets to enjoy the time that she spends with him. She is intrigued by the goods he sells and rather than accepting the money for the purchased items. Rahman hands Mini back the money her father has given her. However he always seems to be brought back down to life by family life.

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