By Lila Majumdar
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_.. ~ away from the house. " At sunset V-bin set fire to the dry leaves and soon there was a merry blaze. The flames rose as high as the red roofs of the houses. The rooks in the trees were disturbed and flew away into the dark sky, cawing hoa rsely. Nana laughed . ' .. _ ... :: / '. "/"< ~ 1. I r \ \ . " Mother became nervous. " "No, no," said Na na, "U-bin is standing ready with his rake and a large bucket of water to put out any stray tongues of fire. " They stoo d in a ring rou nd the fire, with their faces to the blaze.
Then they reached the foot of the waterfall. The thundering water had scooped out a deep pool down below. Here the water swirled round. The flying particles of water formed a clo ud. A ray of sunlight made a rainbow. Mother stared speechless. Kanu stood beside her, silent . Suddenly , from the dense fir forest beside the poo l holding something carefully and tenderly in his arms, came ana . " cried Kanu and ran to meet him. oth r ran too and fell at Nana's feet. " she wept. N ana was very angry.