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When the aged and sick ruler of the State is brought in the festival reaches its climax in the birth and naming of the baby god; the inevitable snake, in the shape of a papier-mache cobra, is present. Only after this, when the Rajah is taken back to his own quarters, are we reintroduced to Dr Aziz, now the official court physician, who administers a sedative to the sick old man. The people continue to rejoice, playing games and indulging in jokes, for Forster points out that Hindu worship includes merriment, which is missing from Christianity.

Extraordinary ... Marabar Caves ... fists and fingers'. Chapter 13 Summary Aziz hopes that Mrs Moore and Adela have forgotten the proposed visit to the caves but when he learns that they have been expecting to hear from him, he issues invitations. The main party is to comprise those who went to tea with Fielding at Government College: Aziz himself, the Principal, Mrs Moore, Adela and Godbole. ) whilst the Indians will not. At last, however, all is arranged. Aziz spends the night before the excursion at the station, to make sure he is not late.

Though it is a Hindu province he is able to live there quite happily; the climate is pleasant, his children are able to be with him all the year round and he has married again. Fielding has written to Godbole about his visit; he explains in the letter that he is travelling together with his wife and her brother. Aziz receives 37 the information from Godbole who has also told him that his religious duties at this time will prevent him from arranging anything for Fielding's party. Commentary The divisions between Hindu and Moslem referred to in the earlier parts are again set out clearly; at the same time it is suggested that peaceful coexistence between fellow Indians is possible.

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