Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Jorasanko Thakurbari (Contd-2)

When Rabi was a child he was not allowed to go outside the house. So he peeped through corridors and windows and wanted to see beyond his reach. Sometimes he could hear whiffs of sounds coming from inside or outside, some scents which used to touch his mind and he felt that someone was around and would be  meeting and playing with him. The ways of such  a meeting of a bounded person with an unbounded entity (he wrote a poem, Dui Pakhi, in Sonar Tari) was unknown to him and the attraction of such a call gradually became stronger.