By Bhagwati Prasad
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The bulb would come back on. Anand worked out the entire plan in his mind. Next morning Anand and Deepak got together and placed a wooden table below the electricity pole. They threw a wire over the pole and connected the other end to a switch board they had placed on the table. Deepak laid out his instruments. He plugged his soldering rod into the switch board. Work began. Deepak was bent over a radio set, soldering. He was immersed in his work when a man walked up to him with a cassette player.
Deepak pressed the play button. The player was now working fine. He closed it up and tightened the screws. The man paid him and went away. Deepak returned to his soldering iron. ” The map of the city now changed for Subhash, Srikant, Anand and Deepak. Some men sit on the footpath, deep in discussion. ” A path breaks off from the road and leads to steps that go underground. At the entrance is a board announcing the name of the market. An arrow points downward, to a wonderland. Hundreds of people.
Shrikant had the same problem. Subhash made him an offer which could address and solve both their problems. Shirkant liked, and accepted the offer. The next day, he brought his VCRs to Subhash’s shop. From then on, Subhash would man his shop all day and Shrikant would roam from place to place with the VCRs and the cassettes on a bicycle. Whatever they earned, they split between themselves. Their business began to flourish. All that can be seen on Srikant’s cart now are clothes and pieces of wood that people leave on it so they can dry in the sun.