“the cabuliwallah” is a short story about the friendship between a young girl and an itinerant peddler, told by the young girl’s father the story comes from tagore’s collection galpaguccha (“a bunch of stories”), in which the author writes about “humble lives and their small miseries.
Amongst men of the cabuliwallah's class, however, it is well known that the words father-in-law's house have a double meaning it is a euphemism for jail, the place where we are well cared for, at no expense to ourselves. Cabuliwallah - rabindranath tagore setting: calcutta, india characters: 1 rahman “the cabuliwallah”: the fruitseller from kabul who comes to calcutta to sell his wares in the streets 2. The cabuliwallah realized that while he was traveling and in jail, time passed and his own small daughter was probably now mature like mini throughout the story irony - the cabuliwallah is very nice to mini.
Amongst men of the cabuliwallah's class, however, it is well known that the words father-in-law's house have a double meaning it is a euphemism for jail , the place where we are well cared for, at no expense to ourselves. Once a year, in the middle of january, rahman, the cabuliwallah, used to return to his own country, and as the time approached, he would be very busy, going from house to house collecting his debts this year, however, he could always find time to come and see mini.
For the cabuliwallah had given it to mini, and her mother catching sight of the bright round object, had pounced on the child with: where did you get that eight-anna bit the cabuliwallah gave it me, said mini cheerfully the cabuliwallah gave it you cried her mother much shocked.
The cabuliwallah is a short story written by rabindranath tagore the story involves the life of a cabuliwallah, a term that refers to a fruit seller from kabul, named rahaman he meets a young girl named mimi who makes a great impression on him.
However, mini and the cabuliwallah becomes intimate friend the cabuliwallah sells seasonal goods once he sells a rampuri shawl to a customer on credit he asks him for the money many times but he doesn’t pay at last he denies buying the shawl the cabuliwallah becomes very angry and stabs the customer. The cabuliwallah [ the fruitseller from kabul ] - rabindranath tagore my five years' old daughter mini cannot live without chattering i really believe that in all her life she has not wasted a minute in silence.