Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard - Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 and 11 Summary

Chapter 10

The family sets up living quarters in the guava orchard. Mr. Chawla gets help in tying in electrical and water lines so that his family can live more comfortably. Mr. Chawla realizes that part of the appeal of Sampath is his rejection of the luxuries of modern living. For that reason, Mr. Chawla wants to make sure to keep a balance at the compound between modern conveniences and the austere life. The family begins to make a little money off their famous hermit. Amma is selling tea to visitors, Mr. Chawla is selling flowers and garlands and guavas from the tree are being sold the day after they fall off the branches.

Sampath's responses to visitors have evolved from information he already knows from letters to those that include lyrical words of wisdom that may or may not be relevant...

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