Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind - Chapter 5, The Bugtis Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, The Bugtis Summary

The Gudu Barrage is a dam across the Indus River. The road there is crowded with buses, trucks, and cars, which makes Shabanu and the camels nervous. They meet another caravan and all agree to travel together for safety against the tribal leaders they will encounter. Soon a group of Bugtis tribesmen stop the caravan. They are looking for a daughter who eloped with a man from another tribe. Shabanu is nervous and worried these men will harm Dadi. When the Bugtis give them permission to pass, Dadi warns Shabanu that those men will kill the daughter for her act of disobedience.

When they make camp that evening, the men of the group talk about prices in Sibi, especially the prices for special camels like Guluband. They talk about how the Iranians eat camels during the feast of Eid...

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