A few years ago, Sumita & Karobi Boudi were attending Bengali music classes at Pune’s “Blind School” (or as I prefer to call it “the Institution for the Visually Challenged”) at Koregaon Park on Saturdays. The music classes were held for an hour and it was my job to take them in the car & as the wait period was only for one hour, there was no point in driving back home and then drive back to collect them once the music class for the day was over. So I had one hour to “kill” waiting up for them.
(This short story was first written by Rajeev Prasad for Sumita’s blog “Fabhobbies” on my impressions made during my trips to a “visually challenged” children’s school in Pune). This story is being placed here for wider coverage)
1) A Two Rupee Commemorative Coin issued on the Bicentenary of the Birth of Louis Braille
Links to some other short stories on this Blog by Rajeev Prasad:
7) Leisure Time Short Stories : Connecting through several lifetimes: The Story of the "Panditji" (Priest) of the Hanuman Temple at Chandrasekhar Azad University, Kanpur