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PART IV - THE EAST
CHAPTER VII - ADRIFT IN INDIA

But it is only in books that the past can glow, and Kalidas faded as soon as I felt the waters of the Sipra round my ankle. I thought not of Sakuntala's ornaments, but of my own, now spread on the splashboard, and I wondered whether they would dry before we reached the railway station. One confusion enveloped Ujjain and all things. Why differentiate ? I asked the driver what kind of trees those were, and he answered ' Trees ' ; what was the name of that bird, and he said ' Bird '; and the plain, interminable, murmured, ' Old buildings are buildings, ruins are ruins.'

2. ADVANCE, INDIA !
THE house of the rationalistic family (Mohammedans) lay close below that of my friends (English). We could see its red walls and corrugated iron roof through the deodars, and its mass cut into the middle distances though without disturbing the line of the snows. It was a large house, but they were not, I believe, prominent in their community, and only flashed into notoriety on the occasion of this marriage, which was the first of its kind that the province had seen. We did not know them, but had received an invitation, together with the rest of the station, and as the sur, was declining we clambered down and joined the crowd in tneir garden.
A public wedding ! It would actually take place here. In the centre of the lawn was a dais on which stood a sofa, an armchair, and a table, edged with torn fringe, and round this dais a couple of hundred guests were grouped. The richer sat on chairs, the poorer on a long carpet against the wall. They were of various re'igions and races-Mohammedans, Hindus, Sikhs, Eurasians, English-and of various social standings, though mainly subordinate Government clerks ; and they had come from various motives, friendship, curiosity, hostility-the ceremony nearly ended in a tumult, but we did not know this until the next day. The snows were seventy miles off in front, the house behind ; the less rationalistic part of the family remained

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