The Home and the World - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

In the fifteenth part of Nikhil's Story, Nikhil prepares to go to Calcutta today, leaving the bonds of union with his love behind since they will only hamper them if they try to preserve the love. When the Bara Rani insists on accompanying him and Bimala to Calcutta, he realizes that he is the only friend she has and agrees that she will not be left behind. The police inspector arrives with Amulya who has brought the 6000 rupees to the manager of the Chakna sub-office, claiming he found them under a bush, but the inspector believes Amulya knows the thief and wishes to draw suspicion to himself. When Nikhil questions the boy, Amulya insists he stole the money for a grave reason but will only explain why he returned it in the presence of the Chota Rani at whose command he did so...

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