Years ago a man named “Hathi” was living my neighboring village. He was very strong in physical. There were no public transport that time nor do the people have money to afford. One day “Hathi” went to see some of his relatives around twenty miles away.
While coming back to home he saw a heavy stone used for mixing & grinding home construction material. He planned to carry it to his village. So he lifted it on his shoulder and brought to his village.
Near to his house there was a Panchyat Ghar. Lot of aged people sit there in the evening for “Hooka.” When he was passing through they called him asked for “Hooka.” Saying that he is coming from a long distance and have some water and rest. Tomorrow will place it at the right place.
Hathi urged them to place the stone at the right place but they stopped him doing so. That stone remained there. In 1985 Government launched a scheme to lay down stone in the streets of the villages. Then this stone came in between. No one could remove it even tractor could not drag it. Finally it was broken into parts and removed. Everyone remembered the man who alone brought it from 20 miles away. Read More…