The Fate Derived by The Caste System (Part One)

Sangita Karki By Sangita Karki, 9th Sep 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Its a short fiction story which is composed in 4 parts. Actually I would like to define it as non-fiction though I have added something myself to the story for making it interesting. The main story (suffering of the main character) is real in my story. It is the academic work produced in the summer of 2010 for my summer project. The character in this story is real and I composed the story after taking interview with him.

First part of the story

“Its 7 pm.”

The sound from the small square shaped speaking clock, hanged on the wall of my shop, give me the signal of the time to go home.

“Already 7 and still left to do Pico to these clothes.” I speak to myself looking at the piece of salwar kamij that I just finished sewing the border.

“Uff! So tired.” Standing from the chair where I have been sitting for last 2 hours continuously to prepare the salwar kamij, I stretch my arms.

I need to finish this cloth today but I am feeling like each part has got paralyzed because of over work. Now the spirit to do work has also gone already- no mood and no energy for the further work. I again sit down on the same chair and looked outside through the brown painted shutter. The environment looks beautiful. The sun is setting on the farthest horizon spreading its red lights on the white clouds and the green mountains below it. Road is slightly busy- busy with farmers because its summer season, season of planting rice. Farmers with spade on their shoulders and on muddy clothes are rushing towards their homes. In spite of whole day tiring work, they look happy. Of course they should be because they have completed their hard work which will bring their homes main food, rice. Not only road, sky also seems busy- busy with different species of birds which are flying hurriedly to their cozy nests. Slowly dark clouds also appear as being busy. Cold wind takes floating dark clouds everywhere. In a minute, dark clouds get victory over those innocent and calm white clouds by covering them with their black power. The dark power changes the cheerful mood of the sky, which was glowing with red and transparent blue color, and compelled it to be sad and in a minute or second to cry. Like the sky, which was forced to be sad by those cruel black powers, I am sad here too and the reason behind my sadness is the power of poverty. The difference in between the sad sky and the sad me is just that the sadness that has hovered the blue sky will go after the black clouds lightened their heaviness pouring the water droplets contained by them over the earth but the sadness that is caste upon me will remain till my death or may remain after my death too.


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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
9th Sep 2012 (#)

One should fight harder to find our way out of a hole. I know it is easily said, but there are sterling examples set - siva

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author avatar arman123
9th Sep 2012 (#)

Welcome to wikinuts ....Very good writing ...

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author avatar Sweata
10th Sep 2012 (#)

Good writing

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author avatar Sweata
10th Sep 2012 (#)

Good writing

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author avatar Jenny
11th Sep 2012 (#)

Interesting work.

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author avatar Michel
11th Sep 2012 (#)

Creative work

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author avatar Pabitra
16th Sep 2012 (#)

Simple writing but the touching piece.

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author avatar Shrijana
16th Sep 2012 (#)

clearly described and easy to understand.

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author avatar Sabita
4th Oct 2012 (#)

great post

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author avatar Lovelythoughts
4th Oct 2012 (#)

Creative thought

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author avatar Sweetgirl
4th Oct 2012 (#)

beautiful creative post

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author avatar Sanu Shrestha
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Beautiful Post Sangita!

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author avatar Maharjan S
6th Oct 2012 (#)

Touching story and beautifully composed.

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author avatar Ms. Christina
6th Oct 2012 (#)

simple and touchingly told.

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