After all, the soldiers let him feel the downside of his own pride and arrogance. Anonymous July 25, at 4: It is after all, those two thing that you can say, is sort of the reason karma hits Sir Mohan Lal — which is the title of the short story.
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Sharmistha Saha bj it as to-read Jan 10, He is ashamed of his native origin and dressed like a high ranked british official. The Times always attracted attention. Roslyn marked it as to-read Dec 15, He loves to speak and feel comfortable with Englishman so he expects some foreigners as co-passengers.
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Jun 23, Soham Chakraborty rated it really liked it Shelves: She was fond of a little gossip and had no one to talk to at home. You are commenting using your Twitter account. He rarely spoke Hindustani.
His ways of showing India, that he is not like the rest of the Indian people, makes himself very happy and they help him raise his self-esteem. She was short and fat and in her middle forties.
Tone and style of narration Karma presents a relevant topic in the typical humorous way of Khushwant Singh. Your email address will not be published.
Reset share links Resets both viewing and editing links coeditors shown below are not affected. He just ordered her about in anglicised Hindustani, and she obeyed passively. Nur Husnei marked it as to-read Jul 09, Facebook Twitter Email Print. Despite of how he described the mirror, he still admires his own reflection.
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Lima Ann marked it as to-read Jan 09, Karma is all about an aristocrat who tries to adopt English culture and lifestyle into his, and about his relation with khhshwant wife etc.
Then she rested her chin on her hands and sat gazing idly at the jostling crowd on the platform. Lachmi chatted away merrily.
The mirror is undeniably made in India. It is as though he considers Indian people to be inferior and as such he has taken on the persona of an English person. He is ashamed to be an Indian and hence he tries to speak in English or in Anglicized Hindustani and dresses up as a high-ranked British official.
While inside the waiting room, Sir Mohan Lal took a glance into the mirror. His face lit up as he saw two English soldiers trudging along, looking in all the compartments for room.
Unknown September 2, at 9: Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Hy Crime marked it as to-read Jan 20, We should love, respect and exert care to the country which gives as name, power and identity.
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