Monday, August 31, 2020

Who was the Dairyman? How was his village according to Amal?

Answer: In the play The Post Office by R. N. Tagore, Dairyman was a curd-seller who sells curd wondering from one village to another village.

     That dairyman lived in a village that was situated beside Shamli river at the foot of the Panchmura hills. According to Amal, Dairyman's village was under some old big trees by the side of the red road by the Shamli river. Cattle always grazed on the slope of the hills. The village women wearing red sarees came and filled their earthen pitchers with water from the river and carried them on their heads when they returned home. Thus, Amal magnificently gave an imaginary description of Dairyman's village that proved completely real.

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