By Ajanta Guhathakurta, Children's Book Trust
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He burst into a mirthless laugh. Sanjana knew Rajeev's secret passion. It was music. 56 If he had enjoyed playing the tabla or stroking the taut strings of a sitar, then his father, Mr. Saxena, would have merely groaned and confided to his friends that classical music was probably the 'in' thing these days. Or if Rajeev had shown any inclination to sing a few soulful ghazals then that too would have been pardoned although reluctantly. bongo, drums, rock music...? No, never! " Mr. Saxena had roared.
The date of the competition came nearer and nearer, as did the examinations. Ambar was trying his best to keep a balance between his studies as well as his preparations for the music competition. The atmosphere at home became increasingly tense with each passing day. Ambar continued with his music practice but tried hard not to neglect his studies, especially for the entrance tests. Yet, whenever he opened his test packages, his heart was never in it. Days passed. The Board examinations came and went.
She had cried a lot and Appa had beaten him. He did not mind the beating so much. What bothered him more was Kunju's repeating the story to everyone with great relish. Their older sister, Meena, had helped her complete both books afresh. However, the frequent narration of Kunju's tragedy and his villainy had made it some kind of landmark in their lives. His hands were so smudged with ink that it would not wash off for one or two days. He could remember an earlier occasion too when his hands were smudged with ink.