Aamaar Bhuvan




It's new. He brought

it from Kolkata.

Who is he, Daddy?

Brother Noor.

Noor. Noor Ali. He is a

different person today.

He was a very poor carpenter,

brought up at his. .

. .elder brother's place.

His elder brother got him married

to a girl they knew.

Sakina. He got married to Sakina.

He got them married and also

created a rift between them. .

. .within a year.

Some fictitious and some true

complaints were made.

The village council heard the case.

All dowry that the

bride had brought. .

. .was taken into account.

These were divided, conditions

were hammered out.

The divorce papers were made ready.

They divorced.

within a year, the two remarried.

Noor wed according to his

elder brother's wishes.

Noor's cousin, Meher, does odd

jobs at people's houses.

All Meher has to call his own

is his little plot of farmland.

Meher fell in love and married

the same Sakina.

Sakina is a mother of three today.


- Coming.


Go check on your brother.

what's the matter?


- He is hungry.

Oh, sonny boy.

Oh, sweetie pie, what happened?

what happened, dear?

You don't need to do that.

l'll do the kitchen.

No, dear. what happened, dear?

No, sweetie, no.

Yes, do that.

Shaju went early in the morning.

He isn't back yet.

He has gone to

the fields with father.

He'll spend the entire day at

the fields. Like his father.

I tell your father that the boy

is smart. He is fit for school.

we'll educate him.

who listens to me?

He'll be like his father.

Do odd labour jobs

at people's houses.

Dear boy, what happened?

Do some studies now.

Are you sleepy, dear?

what a cry baby he is! Shaju

and you were not like this.

Do you know what Shaju says?

'I'm grown up,

I will wear trousers now. '

And he says that he'll study

with a private tutor.

Then again he says, ''Oh, no, a

private tutor is expensive. ''

Shaju is. .

They weren't divorced then.

Noor had his grandmother's. .

. . nose ring. she had given

it to him on the sly.

Noor gave that nose ring

to sakina. On the sly.

sakina would wear it on the sly.

Noor kept the nose ring a

secret when the village. .

. .council was dividing

their belongings.

He didn't let anyone know.

Noor wasn't the fighting type.

One day, compelled by poverty,

he sent his wife. .

. .away to her parents house.

He didn't care for anyone and

left for a Middle East. .

. .country entirely empty-handed.

Years passed by and Noor's

fortunes changed.

One day, Noor returned.

He was loaded with money.

He was well off, but didn't

sit on his wealth.

He invested it in different ways.

This became a topic

of conversation. .

. .with the villagers.

where are you going, Matin?

Peace to you.

Peace to you too.

Are you going to Noor Ali's house?

Yes, it's that way, right?

Yes, that way. Come.

l hear he has redecorated

the haunted house.

I don't know if it

was haunted or not.

I saw nothing except

snakes and frogs.

Look what he has done with it.

Yes. People are talking about it.

who is he doing all this for?

- You are right.

They are just the two of them.

I hear he has come back

quite rich from abroad.

He has. I heard it too.

That way. Do it that way.

He said that. .

Hey, you.

- The money was taken. .


- Greetings.

The way he has earned money.

Brother Afsar.

You recognised me.

won't I recognise you?

You've taken me piggy back. .

. . many times in childhood.

Piggy back?

Don't you remember? You would

give me a ride on your back?

Yes, on my back. Once you

even fell off my back.

I fell down?

- Yes.

No, you must've thrown me off.

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