Heat and Dust - Study Guide Part 4 Section 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 Section 13 Summary

The date is March 30th. Although Inder Lal has attempted to dissuade her, the narrator investigates the loud groaning she hears from inside one of the royal tombs, which had no external walls but— enclosed with numerous arches and lattices—were very dark inside. She recognizes one of the young men she'd met on the verandah of the supposed travelers' lodge a week earlier: Chid, the one with the orange robe who called home for cash on an as necessary basis when trying to follow his spiritual quest of begging his way across India. He had fallen ill and drug himself inside: he is feverish. Inder Lal asked why the young man was dressed in an orange holy robe (because, stated the narrator, he is a sadhu).

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Inder Lal encounters a young British man who had "studied the Hindu religion...

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