‘As though those with kids are continuously doing a particularly incredible work!’ Ponna detonated. Unfit to stop herself, she went on, ‘This one goes around with a filthy ass in the wake of pooing, the other one runs about cleaning its mouth in the wake of eating. I brush this one’s hair consistently. It isn’t to the point of bringing forth kids – you ought to likewise know how to deal with them!’ Silence won for some time in the whole wedding pandal. The ones who had chuckled at Sarasa’s comment were not giggling now. Ponna didn’t want to remain there any more. She pivoted at the entry and began strolling back. To ensure she didn’t allow anybody an opportunity to come after her, she strolled super quick and crossed that town. She later heard that Sarasa had sat and cried about it. She could have done it to demonstrate her innocence. After this episode, Ponna went to no capacities. Whether weddings or memorial services, either Kali or his mom needed to go. Assuming any of them put squeeze on Ponna, she would answer in their own style: ‘I have no kids. Which capacity will occur in my home tomorrow? Whom am I going to welcome with betel leaf and nut? Are things awful to such an extent that when I kick the bucket nobody could come to convey me? Will they let me simply lie here and decay? I would rather not go anyplace. Also, nobody necessities to come here all things considered. It is sufficient assuming that they let me be.’ Sarasa pulled a gloomy look for some time. She even held her kids back from going to Ponna’s. Furthermore, she additionally cared more for them-she washed their feet, took care of them well and brushed their hair appropriately. Ponna grinned inside observing this. Be that as it may, it endured only seven days. Then, at that point, everything returned to where it was. The more seasoned young lady began coming hurrying to Ponna with a brush in her grasp. Sarasa too pressed in a word or two to a great extent. In any case, Ponna was certain that Sarasa’s fantasy about getting a portion of their property for her youngsters more likely than not evaporated. Ponna had accepted that the desolate stone would stop all the brutal talk. In any case, all that work of scaling the slope and jeopardizing her life failed miserably. No change happened in her body. Everything continued similarly as it had. She didn’t have any idea what more should be possible. ten An insect in his armpit woke Kali up from his sleep. The skin ballooned a little when he scoured it automatically. He sat up. Hints of cooking were coming from inside the house. Muthu hadn’t as yet gotten back. Kali wanted to take a short walk. Other than the house and the portia tree, there was primarily sunscorched dry land all over. It had been twenty days since the long stretch of Vaigasi had started, however the sky hadn’t yet woken its up to cry tears of downpour. The ranchers were hanging tight for the downpour so they could start the first round of furrowing. Be that as it may, while the hotness continued to rise, not a solitary smirch of dark could be seen overhead. It planted inside them the dread that the downpours could bomb this year. Everything looked great of grub for the dairy cattle. One silo of heartbeats and one more of corn were as yet unblemished. Water shortage could hit them, yet anything water was left in the well could be utilized sparingly – none for the coconut trees, just for the cows. All things considered, it would need to rain by Aipasi or Karthigai. The god in Thattangadu had clearly forecasted this: ‘There will be less downpour this year without a doubt!’ Kali figured he should design appropriately. He turned upward. The sun was upward. It should associate with early afternoon. He contemplated whether his mom would have given water to the cows. He had placed the husk in the shed. The cows simply should have been brought and fastened. His mom would accomplish the work for a couple of days, however he was satisfied just when he did it all himself. He asked why he was unable to trust anybody. Ponna generally chastened him, ‘I also am a rancher’s girl. Wouldn’t you say I can deal with them for a day? How is it that you treat them that I don’t?’ around evening time, even a little development from them would awaken him. It had been quite a while since he had rested calmly. In any event, when the body is prepared for profound rest, the brain continues to madden it very much like the subterranean insect from this tree. How might one rest like that? The farm consumed his psyche any place he was. It was distinctly there that he had a solid sense of reassurance. It was enough to be there and converse with the dairy cattle. Whenever he was separated from everyone else in the fields, somebody would come around evening time to stay with him. Whenever Uncle Nallupayyan came, Kali was really glad. He was a far off family member of Kali’s and probably been more than fifty.