That Second Street of Babu Ma'am



If I told this story in Kanupriya’s words, I would have spent my entire life writing it without being able to complete it. Some stories are never completed. Kanupriya has forgotten her hunger and dignity. How did house no. 627 turned her into Babu Ma’am?


A lot has been left in this story, but I have tried to cover a lot. In exactly the same way as Kanupriya still asks Ganga Maa at the Ganga ghat today, what was her fault?


Along with her tears, the waves of the Ganges rise and fall and a musical voice is heard, “Kanupriya come in my water and drain everything.” Kanupriya descends into the water and drains all those names with filling water in both hands; Both souls and bodies will dance in these waves of Ganga, Expansion as well as summary of life lies here, Karma and fate both are dancing together, Still the mind is in the bond of the ramparts.


She bubbles these lines and then bends in water to say something to Ganga. Sitting in wet clothes on the ghat, she watches the waves of the Ganga fall and rise with wet eyes and this sequence of Kanupriya continues even today.


Endless Sudha Sikrawar


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