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They were delicate like the lajwanti plant; the mere shadow of a hand could make them tremble and wither…And how often had he mistreated Lajwanti himself. In class, many valuable points were added on, which I have tried to rajinddr out below: He was unaware of the limit dajinder human endurance.

A committee was formed to campaign for the implementation of the programme by the residents of Mohalla Shakoor, a locality near Narain Baba’s temple.

The carnage of the Partition was at last over. She wanted to tell Sunder Lal of her experiences and by her tears wash away her sins But Sunder Lal would not let her broach the subject. She had been rehabilitated but not accepted. She was deliriously happy.

She ran about the lanes in her village with the mercurial grace of drew drops on a leaf. That doesn’t harm you, it only harms the society. Rajinder Singh Bedi addressed this issue in Lajwanti, because he wanted society to see how their loved ones who did not commit suicide would be treated. Sunder Lal clove his way through the crowd and said loudly, “No one can stop me from speaking He continued his oration. He had drowned his personal sorrow by plunging into social service.

What is evil is the social system which refuses to give an honoured place to virtuous women like you.

Take a good look at her Sunder Lal, after losing his wife Lajwanti to abductors, and abandoning all hope of finding her again, put his heart and soul into the rehabilitation of those women who were abducted and brought back, but not accepted into their own homes.

Vein, tendon, muscle, nerve. Many days passed in this way.


He began to treat her even more cruelly and lost sight of the limit, beyond which the patience of any human being breaks. Sunder Lal had nothing but contempt for these people. Tanned by the sun, she was full of joyous vitality and restless energy.

Her name was Lajo—Lajwanti. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Ravana had ten heads, the donkey has only one large one The slogan of the supporters was “rehabilitate them in your hearts. But even though he devoted himself to giving solace to those who needed it, he could not help wondering how fragile human beings really were.

Years go by and her husband tries to get along with his life. The widow in number wasn’t the only one to keep away from Lajwanti’s house.

English Notes: Lajwanti – Rajinder Singh Bedi

In every lane, in every locality, “Rehabilitation” committees were set up, and in the beginning there was a lot of enthusiasm for programmes like Trade for the Displaced, Land for the Refugees, and Homes for the Dispossessed.

But what hind of justice was this, that he accepted the word of a washerman and refused to take the word of so great a Maharani as his wife! It will be for his 72 short stories that he is remembered. But whatever he said or quoted from the scriptures seemed to go against his point of view. But he soon realized that she could lift all kinds of heavy weights, bear a lot of suffering, and even tolerate the beatings he gave her.

Sundarlal, an abusive husband whose own wife went missing during the conflict, actively campaigns for the repatriation of abducted women but is taken aback by the unsettling emotional transformations that attend the acceptance of his own wife back into his home. Hundreds of thousands of Hindu women were abducted by Muslin and vice-versa. He Would say to himself, ‘If I got another chance, just one more chance, I would really rehabilitate her in my heart.

He wanted to run away; to spread out all the banners and placards he had carried, sit in their midst and cry to his heart’s contend But, like other men, all he did was to proceed to the police station as if nothing untoward had happened. Their menfolk were indifferent and grumbled, their children treated the songs on rehabilitation like lullabys to make them sleep again. After the great holocaust when people had washed the blood from their bodies they turned their attention to those whose hearts had been torn by the partition.


Sunder Lal heard the last sentence and spoke up: Lajwanti herself was, perhaps, responsible for the blurring of these limits; for even after the severest of beatings, she would begin to laugh happily if she saw a faint smile on Sunderlal’s face.

Kabir Rahim Selections from Braj works: Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Babu Sunderlal was elected its secretary by a majority of eleven votes.

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He fulfilled his pledge in the spirit in which it was taken and even those who had suspected him to be an arm-chair theorist were converted to his point of view. Share to Twitter Share to Bedj. He would walk as if in a daze.

Words which assail ones ears in the early hours of the dawn have a habit of going round in the head with insidious intent. The second issue I will address here is the interpretation of the holy texts to either prove a point — that the women must not be accepted into their homes — or to debunk it.

But the two sentences that Sunder Lal spoke came from the bottom of his anguished heart and had a greater impact than all the clever verbosity of befi lawyer, Kalka Prasad. Then she is abducted sungh taken over the border.

His poor Lajo was a slender, naive village girl—supple and tender and fresh, like a young mulberry bush! Some were refusing to take back their women. Lajo, dragging her tired body to the window would hear the song whose words no one understood. When Miss Mridula Sarabhai arranged for the exchange of abducted women between India and Pakistan, some men of Mulla Shakoor expressed their readiness to take them back.

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