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Author:Memon & Umar & Muhammad

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Publisher: Rupa Publications India

Published: 2017-08-01T05:00:00+00:00

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The Greatest Urdu Stories by Memon & Umar & Muhammad

Ganga Bai was on duty in the evening. She walked into my room without bothering to ring the bell first.

‘Bai, I’ve come for the bedpan.’

‘Oh no, Ganga Bai. Sit.’

 

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Author:Memon & Umar & Muhammad

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Rupa Publications India

Published: 2017-08-01T05:00:00+00:00
Ganga Bai was on duty in the evening. She walked into my room without bothering to ring the bell first.

‘Bai, I’ve come for the bedpan.’

‘Oh no, Ganga Bai. Sit.’

‘The sister will start hollering. The slut. What was she telling you?’

‘Sister? Oh, she was telling me to rest.’

‘No, not the sister. I mean that Ratti Bai.’

‘Just that Popat Lal beats Ganga Bai black and blue,’ I teased her.

‘That son of a bitch, forget it. He wouldn’t dare.’ Ganga Bai started pounding slowly on my legs with her fists.

‘Bai, you promised to give me your old chappals.’

‘Okay, take them. But tell me whether you got a letter from your husband.’

‘Of course.’ Ganga Bai promptly pounced on the chappals. ‘If that whore of a sister saw it, she would kick up a ruckus. She makes too much fuss.’

‘Ganga Bai.’

‘Yes, Bai.’

‘When will you return to your village?’

Ganga’s shining black eyes drifted off to the lush green haze of fields far away. She took a deep breath and said softly, ‘May Ram give us an abundant crop this time. And then, Bai, I will go back. Last year the flood ruined all our rice paddy.’

‘Ganga Bai, does your husband know about your “friends”?’ I probed.

‘What are you saying, Bai.’ She became deathly quiet. I sensed she was feeling somewhat embarrassed. She immediately tried to change the subject, ‘Bai, you had two girls in a row. The seth will be mighty angry, won’t he?’

‘Seth—who?’ I asked, confused.

‘Your husband. What if he got himself another wife?’

‘If he did, I would also find myself another husband.’

‘Your people do that? Bai, I thought you come from a high caste.’ I couldn’t help feeling that she was making fun of high-caste people. I tried my best to make her understand, but she firmly believed that by giving birth to a second girl I really would be thrashed. If my seth didn’t beat me black and blue, then he must be an absolutely third-class seth.

Staying in a hospital is nothing less than solitary confinement. Friends and acquaintances visited me for two hours in the evening, the rest of the time I spent chatting and gossiping with Ganga Bai and Ratti Bai. Had it not been for them, I would probably have died long before then from boredom. A little bribe was all it took to get them to spill all kinds of things about each other, whether true or false. One day I asked Ratti Bai, ‘You used to work in a mill, so why did you give that up?’

‘Oh Bai, the blasted mill was a racket.’

‘Racket?’

‘Oh Bai, for one thing, it was awfully hard work. Still that would’ve been bearable, but the bastards kicked you out after a couple of months.’

‘How so?’

‘They would hire other bai log.’

‘Why would they do that?’

‘Why? Because if a person stayed for six full months, the Factory Law kicked in.’

‘Oh, now I get it.’

In other words, the entire staff changed every few months. If any worker stayed longer in her job, she would be entitled to sick leave, maternity leave, the works, to comply with the Factory Law.

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